to undergo industrialization.
to follow or espouse industrialism.
- Also especially British, in·dus·tri·al·ise .
- in·dus·tri·al·i·za·tion, noun
- non·in·dus·tri·al·ized, adjective
- o·ver·in·dus·tri·al·ize, verb, o·ver·in·dus·tri·al·ized, o·ver·in·dus·tri·al·iz·ing.
- sem·i-in·dus·tri·al·ized, adjective
- un·in·dus·tri·al·ized, adjective
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How to use industrialize in a sentence
They haven’t industrialized, so they don’t grow much food, which means they can’t make much money, so they can’t invest in equipment, which means they can’t grow much food.
Getting down to 100 gigapascal—about half of the pressures used in today’s Nature paper—would make it possible to begin industrializing “super tiny sensors with very high resolution,” Flores-Livas speculates.Room-temperature superconductivity has been achieved for the first time | Niall Firth | October 14, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Sabin and her colleagues thought medieval latrines might be a good place to start looking for clues since medieval cities were urban but not yet industrialized.Archaeologists delved into medieval cesspits to study old gut microbiomes | Kiona N. Smith | October 6, 2020 | Ars Technica
There was the creation of Monterey Jack, but then, with invention of the Kraft single, we just started making industrialized cheddar, and we would export it, and that was mainly all that we were known for.Artisanal American Cheese Was Finally on Top of the World, and Then the World Fell Apart | Jaya Saxena | October 5, 2020 | Eater
In 2017, she and her colleagues published a study in Science that shows that the more industrialized a society, the less diverse its microbiome.Scientists want to build a Noah’s Ark for the human microbiome | Carolyn Beans | June 11, 2020 | Science News
Canada and the United States are the only industrialized countries that retain birthright citizenship.Get Ready to Start Hearing About ‘Executive Amnesty for Anchor Babies’ | Eleanor Clift | November 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Good American Future Fund-associated politicians are on the side of industrialized farming.
In a familiar story, the U.S. has no law guaranteeing any paid maternity leave and is the only industrialized nation to do so.
Gatti imported his from Norway; Fussell industrialized the process with plants in Baltimore, New York, Washington, and Boston.An Investigation Into the Delicious Origins of Ice Cream | Andrew Romano | July 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
We take more pills than other industrialized countries, and yet we have worse health outcomes.
In Belgium, for instance, which is a most intensely industrialized country, the average age of women at marriage is 28.19.The Women of Tomorrow | William Hard
China is as yet hardly industrialized, and is certainly the most important undeveloped area left in the world.The Problem of China | Bertrand Russell
Overnight, for all practical purposes, the whole world was industrialized, automated.Gun for Hire | Dallas McCord Reynolds
Our economy is healthy, and vigorous, and growing faster than other major industrialized nations.State of the Union Addresses of George W. Bush | George W. Bush
But what is demanded in a highly militarized or industrialized nation goes far beyond this very moderate degree.The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism | Bertrand Russell
British Dictionary definitions for industrialize
(tr) to develop industry on an extensive scale in (a country, region, etc)
(intr) (of a country, region, etc) to undergo the development of industry on an extensive scale
- industrialization or industrialisation, noun
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