the large-scale introduction of manufacturing, advanced technical enterprises, and other productive economic activity into an area, society, country, etc.
conversion to the methods, aims, and ideals of and economic activity, particularly of an area that was previously underdeveloped economically.
Why was Tocqueville not more alarmed by the economic power that he saw emerging in the early days of American industrialization?
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Old recipes were forgotten, and the quality of meat and produce declined with the industrialization of farming.
The Resurgence of British Cuisine Condé Nast Traveler January 16, 2014
The output of CO2 by industrialization and other human activities—also rising, also measured.
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The decades after the Civil War brought the industrialization of food production, distribution, and marketing.
‘Bitter Brew’ and the Epic Battle for America’s Beer Daniel Gross December 15, 2012
The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens Dickens takes us into the harsh Victorian-era reality of British industrialization.
David’s Book Club David Frum February 20, 2012
The Co-ordinator sent us here to find a method of bringing backward cultures to industrialization.
Adaptation Dallas McCord Reynolds
Its labor force is large enough for the level of the country’s industrialization, but there is a shortage of skilled workers.
Area Handbook for Bulgaria Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
But industrialization calls for a highly educated element of scientists and technicians, nor does it stop there.
Expediter Dallas McCord Reynolds
After that, with industrialization, we have cities developing.
Planet of the Gods Robert Moore Williams
Every industrialization means a pauperization to a certain extent.
The Modern Woman’s Rights Movement Kaethe Schirmacher
1883, from industrialize + -ation.
of or relating to a substance used in the treatment of an infection. any such substance, as bacitracin. anti-infective an·ti-in·fec·tive (ān’tē-ĭn-fěk’tĭv, ān’tī-) adj. Capable of preventing or counteracting infection.
acting to reduce certain signs of inflammation, as swelling, tenderness, fever, and pain. Pharmacology. a medication, as aspirin, used to reduce inflammation. Contemporary Examples Apparently the succinic acid in the beads has an anti-inflammatory effect. Kids Eat the Darndest Things: Laundry Pods, Teething Necklaces, and More Of The Weirdest Stuff Sending Kids to the E.R. […]
- Anti inflation
Economics. a persistent, substantial rise in the general level of prices related to an increase in the volume of money and resulting in the loss of value of currency (opposed to ). the act of . the state of being . noun the act of inflating or state of being inflated (economics) a progressive increase […]
Economics. a persistent, substantial rise in the general level of prices related to an increase in the volume of money and resulting in the loss of value of currency (opposed to ). the act of . the state of being . Contemporary Examples He may be less of an inflation hawk than Bernanke as well, […]
of, pertaining to, reflective of, or causing : inflationary prices. Contemporary Examples The part that we call our universe condensed out of that inflationary chaos like a water droplet forming out of a cloud of steam. Welcome to the Multiverse! Alexander Fabry February 10, 2011 The stimulus package and the inflationary effects of recent Federal […]