industry

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sanayi

Detroid araba sanayisiyle ünlüdür. - Detroit is famous for its car industry.

Tom'un bilgisayar sanayinde iyi bir işi var. - Tom has a good job in the computer industry.

endüstri

Sinema bir endüstridir. - The cinema is an industry.

Domuz yetiştiriciliği endüstrisini dikkate almazsak 'domuz gribi' adı 'A gribi (H1N1) olarak değişti. - Out of consideration to the pig farming industry the name 'pig influenza' has been changed into 'influenza A(H1N1)'.

{i} çaba
{i} gayret
çalışkanlık

Karıncalar ve arılar, çalışkanlık ve uyum örnekleridir. - Ants and bees are examples of industry and harmony.

sıkı çalışma
gayret/sanayi
{i} hamaratlık
(Askeri) ENDÜSTRİ: Ham maddeleri, muhtelif sahalarda kullanılır eşya ve malzeme haline getiren iş ve faaliyetlerin bütünü
{i} işletmecilik
sanai
uran
işleyim
industry standard
endüstriyel standard
industry standards
endüstriyel standardları
industry analyst
endüstri analisti
industry and trade minister
sanayi ve ticaret bakanı
industry’s
endüstrinin
industry awards
endüstri ödülleri
industry standart architecture
(ISA) Endüstri Standart Mimarisi
industry supply
(Ticaret) sektör arzı
industry supply
(Ticaret) piyasa arzı
industry’s
endüstrinin
infant industry
bebek sanayi
information industry
bilgi endüstrisi
intra industry
içi sanayi
intra-industry
Aynı sanâyî (dalı) içinde
intra-industry trade
içi sanayi ticaret
incentives in industry
endüstride teşvikler
increasing cost industry
(Ticaret) artan maliyet endüstrileri
infant industry argument
(Ticaret) savı ya da argümanı
infant industry argument
(Ticaret) genç endüstri tezi
infant industry argument
(Ticaret) tartışması
infant industry argument
(Ticaret) yavru sanayiler savunusu
service industry
hizmet sektörü
aerospace industry
(Askeri) havacılık sanayii
animal industry
hayvan endüstrisi
beverage industry
içki endüstrisi
beverage industry
içecek endüstrisi
beverage industry
(Denizbilim) içki sanayi
component industry
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bileşen endüstrisi
construction industry
inşaat endüstrisi
construction industry
yapı endüstrisi
drug industry
(Eczacılık,Tıp) ilaç endüstrisi
fertilizer industry
gübre endüstrisi
fishery industry
balıkçılık
fishing industry
(Denizbilim) balıkçılık endüstrisi
fishing industry
balıkçılık
food industry
gıda endüstrisi
food industry
gıda sanayi
garment industry
(Teknik,Tekstil) hazır giyim
household linens industry
ev tekstili endüstrisi
industries
endüstri

Hükümet yeni endüstriler geliştirmeye çalışıyor. - The government is trying to develop new industries.

Otomobil endüstrisi Japonya'daki ana sektörlerden biridir. - The automobile industry is one of the main industries in Japan.

legume industry
(Tarım) baklagil endüstrisi
leisure industry
eğlence endüstrisi
match industry
kibrit endüstrisi
minister of industry and trade
(Ticaret) sanayi ve ticaret bakanı
ministry of industry and trade
sanayi ve ticaret bakanlığı
music industry
müzik endüstrisi
packaging industry
ambalaj sanayi
pharmaceutical industry
(Ticaret) ilaç sektörü
pharmaceutical industry
(Ticaret) ilaç sanayi
poultry industry
kümes hayvanları endüstrisi
seed industry and trade
tohum endüstrisi ve ticareti
semiconductor industry
yarı iletken endüstrisi
subsidiary industry
(Ticaret) yan sanayi
tobacco industry
tütün endüstrisi
agricultural machine industry
tarım makineleri endüstrisi
aircraft industry
uçak sanayi
aircraft industry
uçak endüstrisi
apparel industry
konfeksiyon sanayii
apparel industry
tekstil sanayii
arms industry
cephane sanayi
assembly industry
montaj sanayii
automotive industry
otomotiv sanayii
basic industry
ana sanayi
basic industry
temel sanayi
beet sugar industry
pancar şekeri endüstrisi
branch of industry
sanayi kolu
chamber of commerce and industry
ticaret ve sanayi odası
chamber of industry
sanayi odası
chemical industry
kimya endüstrisi
clothing industry
giyim endüstrisi
clothing industry
konfeksiyon sanayii
coal industry
kömür endüstrisi
computer industry
bilgisayar endüstrisi
construction industry
inşaat sanayii
construction industry
inşa endüstrisi
cotton industry
pamuk endüstrisi
defence industry
savunma endüstrisi
domestic industry
yerli sanayi
dyeing industry
boyama sanayii
electric industry
çıngı sanayii
electronics industry
elektronik endrüstisi
entertainment industry
eğlence sanayii
farming industry
tarım endüstrisi
film industry
sinema sanayi
food industry
besin sanayisi
food industry
gıda sanayisi
garment industry
konfeksiyon
growth industry
büyüme gayreti
heavy industry
ağır sanayi
heavy industry
ağır endüstri
home industry
ev endüstrisi
light industry
hafif endüstri
light industry
hafif sanayi
lighting industry
aydınlatma sanayii
local industry
yerel sanayi
manufacturing industry
imalat sanayii
movie industry
film endüstrisi
munitions industry
mühimmat endüstrisi
oil industry
petrol endrüstrisi
plastics industry
plastik sanayii
primary industry
birincil sanayi
private industry
özel sanayi
processing industry
yiyecek sanayii
processing industry
işleme sanayii
refining industry
arıtma endüstrisi
secondary industry
ikincil sanayi
securities industry
güvenlik endüstrisi
service industry
servis endüstrisi
shipbuilding industry
gemi endüstrisi
shoe industry
ayakkabı endüstrisi
sugar industry
şeker endüstrisi
tertiary industry
üçüncül sanayi
textile industry
dokuma sanayii
textile industry
tekstil endüstrisi
tobacco industry
tütün sanayii
trucking industry
kamyon taşımacılığı
trucking industry
kamyonculuk endüstrisi
aerospace industry
uzay gemileri ve bunların teçhizatlarını imal eden sanayi kolu
arms industry
cephane sanayii
average industry margin
Ortalama sanayi marj
biomass energy industry
biyokütle enerji endüstrisi
commercial industry
ticari sanayi
concentration in industry
sanayi yoğunlaşması, endüstri toplanması
coownership of industry
sanayide müşterek mülkiyet
culture industry
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Kültür endüstrisi
electric industry
elektrik sanayii
extractive industry
madencilik sanayii
graphic arts industry
grafik sanatlar sanayî
key industry
temel sanayi
knowledge industry
bilgi endüstrisi
large industry
büyük sanayi
mining industry
madencilik sektöründe
ministry of industry
sanayi bakanlığı
nationalised industry
millileştirilmiş sanayi
nationalised industry
milleştirilmiş sanayi
nationalized industry
(Ekonomi) Özel sökterden devlet tarafından alınıp millileştirilmiş sanayi

Workers in nationalised industries are to get a %3 pay rise.

printing industry
başım sanayi
record industry
müzik endüstrisi
resource extraction industry
kaynak çıkarımı sektöründe
secondary industry
(Ekonomi) İkincil sanayi, ikincil endüstri: Hammadeyi işleyip ürün ortaya çıkaran sanayi

Secondary industry rely on the ready supply of raw materials.

subsidiary industry
(Endüstri) yan sanayi, yardımcı sanayi
tourism industry
turizm endüstrisi
apparel industry
(Tekstil) konfeksiyon endüstrisi
chromium industry
krom endüstrisi
copper industry and trade
bakır endüstrisi ve ticareti
cosmetic industry
kozmetik sanayii
essential industry
(Askeri) esas endüstri
expanding industry
(Ticaret) genişleyen endüstri
extractive industry
yeraltı kaynakları endüstrisi
life cycle of an industry
(Ticaret) endüstrinin yaşam dönemi
lodging industry
(Turizm) otelcilik sektörü
manufacturing industry
(Avrupa Birliği) imalat sanayi
pencil industry
kurşun kalem endüstrisi
plywood industry
kontrplak endüstrisi
prestressed concrete industry
(İnşaat) öngerilmeli beton endüstrisi
prosperous industry
(Ticaret) gelişen canlanan endüstri
publishing industry
yayıncılık endüstrisi
rocket industry
(Askeri) roket sanayii
shipbuilding industry
gemi inşaatı endüstrisi
starch industry
(Ticaret) nişasta sanayi
textile industry  
(Tekstil) dokumacılık  
tire industry
tekerlek endüstrisi
weaving industry
(Tekstil) dokuma sanayisi
woodworking industry
(Marangozluk) ağaç işleri endüstrisi
zinc industry and trade
çinko endüstrisi ve ticareti
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
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The sector of the economy consisting of large-scale enterprises
Businesses that produce goods as opposed to services

There used to be a lot of industry around here, but now the economy depends on tourism.

Businesses of the same type, considered as a whole

The steel industry has long used blast furnaces to smelt iron.

The tendency to work persistently

Over the years, their industry and business sense made them wealthy.

disapproval If you refer to a social or political activity as an industry, you are criticizing it because you think it involves a lot of people in unnecessary or useless work. Some Afro-Caribbeans are rejecting the whole race relations industry
Businesses concerned with goods as opposed to services
Industry (Industrial) Making or manufacturing goods
A particular industry consists of all the people and activities involved in making a particular product or providing a particular service. the motor vehicle and textile industries
the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications
A group of archaeological assemblages found over a specific region or time whose artifacts are similar
Vital, Health and Nutrition
A term which is used to describe repeated finds of an assemblage of a single class of objects, such as flint tools, at one or more sites
One of any number of categories used to describe a company's primary business activity, usually determined by largest source of a company's revenues Can be broad (such as Consumer Cyclical companies), or specific (quick-service hamburger restaurants), or some category in between
There are three ways of identifying industry or industrial production
The main business activity of this stock symbol
An industry is the most detailed category available in NAICS to describe business activities NAICS provides hundreds of separate industry categories, unique categories that reflect different methods used to produce goods and services Statistical agencies use industry categories to classify, collect, process, publish, and analyze business statistics The census uses industry categories to customize census forms, combine information from establishments in the same industry, and publish census statistics
The business of making goods, and selling those goods to make money Some industries at the time of Confederation were shipbuilding, railway and canal construction, and the production of farming tools
The American Community Survey uses the industry classification system developed for the 2000 census This system consists of 265 categories for employed people, classified into 20 sectors The 2000 census classification was developed from the 1997 NAICS published by the Executive Office of the President Office of Management and Budget
a group of firms producing a similar product (chapter 9)
Concerns primarily engaged in the same kind of economic activity are classified in the same industry regardless of their types of ownership (such as sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation) The US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) classifies approximately 1,000 activities as industries under NAICS For each industry, except those in the Sector of public administration, SBA has established a size standard Industries are described in detail in North American Industry Classification System - United States, 1997 It can be found in many libraries or purchased from the National Technical Information Service, by calling (800) 553-6847 or (703) 605-6000
Human exertion of any kind employed for the creation of value, and regarded by some as a species of capital or wealth; labor
Industry is the fact of working very hard. No one doubted his ability, his industry or his integrity. see also captain of industry, cottage industry, service industry. Group of productive organizations that produce or supply goods, services, or sources of income. In economics, industries are customarily classified as primary, secondary, and tertiary; secondary industries are further classified as heavy and light. Primary industry includes agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, quarrying, and extracting minerals. Secondary or manufacturing industry processes the raw materials supplied by primary industries into consumer goods, or further processes goods from other secondary industries, or builds capital goods used to manufacture consumer and nonconsumer goods; secondary industry also includes energy-producing industries and the construction industry. Tertiary or service industry includes banking, finance, insurance, investment, and real estate services; wholesale, retail, and resale trade; transportation, information, and communications services; professional, consulting, legal, and personal services; tourism, hotels, restaurants, and entertainment; repair and maintenance services; education and teaching; and health, social welfare, administrative, police, security, and defense services. Acheulean industry fishing industry Mousterian industry Oldowan industry pharmaceutical industry service industry Solutrean industry stone tool industry Imperial Chemical Industries PLC B.A.T Industries PLC 1976-98
the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production" the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications
Habitual diligence in any employment or pursuit, either bodily or mental; steady attention to business; assiduity; opposed to sloth and idleness; as, industry pays debts, while idleness or despair will increase them
Classification of a particular kind of establishment based on type of economic activity, e g , manufacturing, trade, services, government, etc The Standard Industrial Classification Manual (SIC), 1987, provides a system for numerical classification of these activities
The manufacturing (making) and selling of a particular type of good or service - for example the auto industry
the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
Any department or branch of art, occupation, or business; especially, one which employs much labor and capital and is a distinct branch of trade; as, the sugar industry; the iron industry; the cotton industry
{i} manufacturing, trade; group of companies which produce a particular product; diligence, perseverance, tendency to work hard
a large system in which products, or goods, are manufactured or made in a systematic and mechanical method
Horizontal array of firms at a particular stage or level in a marketing channel An industry is composed of firms on only one side of a market The firms in the same industry are rivals and competitive relationships exist among them
Any branch of production-especially manufacturing
persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
A generic term for a distinct group of economic activities Industries are described and classified by their primary activity or product NHetwork: Industry
– the nature or character of the business or enterprise or the place wherein a person works
Market Guide has grouped its company universe into more than 100 distinctive industries These industries have been developed to contain those companies that operate along similar lines of business The Market Guide Industry is displayed as a six character mnemonic
Choose One banking/finance/real estatecomputer-related IS, MIS, DPcomputer-related Internetcomputer-related hardwarecomputer-related softwareeducation, researchengineering/constructionmanufacturing/distributionbusiness supplies or servicesmedical/health servicesentertainment/media/publishinghospitality- travel/accommodationsconsumer retail/wholesalenonprofit/membership organizationsgovernmentlegal services
The category describing a company's primary business activity This category is usually determined by the largest portion of revenue
University classification capturing the type of organization to which the sponsor belongs For example, Federal Government, Provincial Government, Corporation, etc
the collection of firms making the same product is called an industry
the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"
Industry is the work and processes involved in collecting raw materials, and making them into products in factories. British industry suffers through insufficient investment in research
industry analysis
{i} comparison of the relationship between various companies working in the same field
industry analyst
an analyst of conditions affecting a particular industry
industry consultant
professional advisor on industrial matters
industry standard
The procedure accepted by the overwhelming majority of commercial organisations as best practice for carrying out a business process
industry standard
The term used to describe the physical condition of a property that meets the standards for acceptance as collateral for a mortgage loan
industry standard
Average financial values for a selected industry to which a company can compare its economic standing
industry standard
A standard that has been formally adopted by an entire industry for common usage
industry standard
(n ) A process, protocol, or hardware specification that has been accepted and adopted by the computer industry Standardization occurs through a rigorous ANSI and ISO procedure, or through industry-wide acceptance; for example, Ethernet
industry standard
  A voluntary, industry-developed document that establishes requirements for products, practices, or operations
industry standard
A group of values and skills relevant to job performance in a particular industry The term is used within the S/NVQ framework
intra-industry
Within the same industry
intra-industry trade
Intra-industry trade refers to the exchange of products belonging to the same industry. The term is usually applied to international trade, where the same kinds of goods and services are both imported and exported
captain of industry
A prominent business person who owns or is the highest-ranking executive of one or more major firms, especially one who has considerable wealth and influence

It was he who maneuvered a captain of industry, steelmaker Francis Mer, rather than a government mandarin into the finance minister's job.

captains of industry
plural form of captain of industry
cottage industry
A job or occupation carried out at home or on a part-time basis

A craft such as quilting may be pursued as a hobby or as a cottage industry.

cottage industry
A small-scale industry, with relatively few employees or a limited customer base or low economic impact

Microfinance, once a relative cottage industry championed by antipoverty activists and development wonks, is on the verge of a revolution, with billions of dollars from big banks, private-equity shops and pension funds pouring in.

film industry
the technological and commercial institutions of filmmaking
heavy industry
production of products which are either heavy in weight or in the processes leading to their production
light industry
Any industry that does not require high capitalization or heavy machinery
primary industry
An industry that processes raw materials for conversion by secondary industry into goods or services sold by tertiary industry to provide goods or services to consumers
quaternary industry
The sector of industry that involves the intellectual services: research, development, and information. It is considered the fourth basic industry
secondary industry
An industry that processes raw materials produced by primary industry into goods suitable for tertiary industry to provide goods or services to consumers
service industry
An industry that does not produce any goods, but only provides a service such as a bank or insurance company
smokestack industry
An industry or any large manufacturing facility that utilizes one or more smokestacks to dispose of unwanted materials into the atmosphere
tertiary industry
An industry that provide goods or services to consumers using raw materials from primary industry and goods processed by secondary industry
ındustry
{n} diligence, attention, an endeavor
culture industry
Culture industry is a term coined by Theodor Adorno (1903-1969) and Max Horkheimer (1895-1973), who argued that popular culture is akin to a factory producing standardized cultural goods to manipulate the masses into passivity; the easy pleasures available through consumption of popular culture make people docile and content, no matter how difficult their economic circumstances. Adorno and Horkheimer saw this mass-produced culture as a danger to the more difficult high arts. Culture industries may cultivate false needs; that is, needs created and satisfied by capitalism. True needs, in contrast, are freedom, creativity, or genuine happiness. Herbert Marcuse was the first to demarcate true needs from false needs
nationalised industry
(Ekonomi) An industry whose ownership has been taken over by the state. Motives for nationalization varied: in some cases industries were nationalized because they were natural monopolies, such as public utilities, so that public ownership was expected to give consumers a better deal. Some industries were nationalized because large subsidies were neeeded to avoid run-downs in output and employment. In other cases the aim was to reduce the power of private capitalists, and take public control of ‘the commanding …
resource extraction industry
Resource extraction and resource extraction industry both refer to the practice of locating, acquiring and selling any resource, but typically a natural resource
secondary industry
(Ekonomi) Industry that converts raw materials into commodities and products; manufacturing industry
Mousterian industry
Tool culture traditionally associated with the Neanderthals in Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa during the early fourth (Würm) glacial period ( 40,000 BC). The Mousterian tool assemblage included small hand axes made from disk-shaped cores; flake tools such as scrapers and points; toothed, sawlike instruments produced by making notches on a flake; and round limestone balls, believed to have served as bolas. Wooden spears were used to hunt large game such as the mammoth and woolly rhinoceros. Mousterian implements disappeared abruptly from Europe with the passing of the Neanderthals
Solutrean industry
Short-lived stone-tool industry that flourished 17,000-21,000 years ago in southwestern France (e.g., at La Solutré and Laugerie-Haute) and in nearby areas. The industry is of special interest because of its particularly fine workmanship. In addition to burins (chisel-like tools), scrapers, and borers, the Solutrean industry exhibits blades formed in the shape of laurel or willow leaves and various shouldered points. Some implements are so fine as to be useless as tools and may instead have been luxury items
coal industry
a producer of coal
computer industry
a manufacturer of computers
cottage industry
"Cottage Industry" means an enterprise which is conducted accessory to a residential use and complies with the limitations in the County zoning code Although a use permit is not required, a business license and other permits such as building or health permits may be required
film industry
those involved in producing and distributing movies
heavy industry
large-scale manufacturing, industry which uses large amounts of capital and labor (i.e. the manufacture of automobiles, industrial machinery, steel, etc.)
home industry
manufacture at home, home production; product that is produced at home
industries
plural of industry
light industry
Light industry is industry in which only small items are made, for example household goods and clothes. industry that produces small goods, for example computers, in small factories using light machinery heavy industry
light industry
Nonpolluting manufacturers or businesses
military industry
industry that produces military equipment and supplies
movie industry
{i} film industry, motion-picture industry, screenland, filmdom
munitions industry
an industry that manufacturers weapons of war
service industry
an industry that provides services rather than tangible objects
shoe industry
an industry that manufactures and sells shoes
small industry
small workshops
tourist industry
branch that deals with tourism in a country, hotel and vacation industry, development of tourist attractions
trucking industry
an industry that provides transportation for commercial products
industry
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