Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: manufactures
IPA transcription: [m,ænjəf'æktʃɚz]
Pronunciations of manufactures
Usage examples
  • Consolidation took place on a great scale in railroads and in manufactures.
  • The influence of this institution upon British manufactures has been in many branches revolutionary.
  • Machinery, therefore, has affected manufactures much more immediately and greatly than it has agriculture.
  • "He is a patent-medicine man," he then explained, "and manufactures his own concoctions in a house he has rented here on a lonely road some half-mile out of town."
  • In the United States, in 1870, in manufactures alone, two and one third million horse-power were used; in 1900, eleven and one third million, the increase being five-fold.
  • English furniture, wall-papers, carpets, curtains, cutlery, garments, upholstery, ranged from the tolerable to the hideous, and were inferior to the manufactures of France and Germany.
  • Moreover, there has been a large increase in the number of things made in factories which were formerly made in the homes, and which then did not appear at all in the census of manufactures.
  • This remark, of course, applies to such articles as were not exported to foreign countries, and is intended to explain how the North became the seat of manufactures, and the South remained agricultural.
  • Soon, in the name of public utility, methods of cultivation and conditions of enjoyment will be prescribed; inspectors of agriculture and manufactures will be appointed; property will be taken away from unskilful hands, and entrusted to laborers who are more deserving of it; and a general superintendence of production will be established.
  • He issued his orders to the four magazines and manufactures of offensive and defensive arms, Margus, Ratiaria, Naissus, and Thessalonica, to provide his troops with an extraordinary supply of shields, helmets, swords, and spears; the unhappy provincials were compelled to forge the instruments of their own destruction; and the Barbarians removed the only defect which had sometimes disappointed the efforts of their courage.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Presidency of James Madison, License CC BY-SA 4.0
1. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Logitech, License CC BY-SA 4.0
2. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Košice, License CC BY-SA 4.0