Manufacture meaning

mănyə-făkchər
To make by hand or, esp., by machinery, often on a large scale and with division of labor.
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To create, produce, or turn out in a mechanical manner.
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The making of goods and articles by hand or, esp., by machinery, often on a large scale and with division of labor.
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To work (wool, steel, etc.) into usable form.
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To make up (excuses, evidence, etc.); invent; fabricate; concoct.
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The making or producing of something.
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To manufacture is defined as to make something from raw materials by hand or using machines.

An example of to manufacture is to make clothing from cotton.

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The action or process of making goods systematically or on a large scale.
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Anything made, formed or produced; product.
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(figuratively) The process of such production; generation, creation.
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To make things, usually on a large scale, with tools and either physical labor or machinery.
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To work (raw or partly wrought materials) into suitable forms for use.

To manufacture wool into blankets.

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To make or process goods, especially in large quantities and by means of industrial machines.
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A product that is manufactured.
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Anything so made; manufactured product.
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The making of something in any way, esp. in a way regarded as merely mechanical.
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To produce (art, literature, etc.) in a way regarded as mechanical and uninspired.
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(derogatory) To fabricate; to create false evidence to support a point.
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To concoct or invent; fabricate.

Manufacture an excuse.

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The definition of manufacture is the process of making items from raw materials.

An example of manufacture is the making of automobiles in factories.

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Origin of manufacture

  • From French manufacture from Old French from Medieval Latin manūfactūra Latin manū ablative of manus hand man-2 in Indo-European roots Latin factūra working of a metal from factus past participle of facere to make dhē- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle French manufacture, from Old French, from Medieval Latin manÅ«factÅ«ra (“a making by hand"), from manufactus, a compound of manu factus, manÅ« being ablative of manus (“hand"), and factus past participle of faciō (“I do, make"). (compare main, manual, facture.)

    From Wiktionary