It takes, for instance, 400,000 liters (or 105,000 gallons) of water to manufacture a single car.
The former schoolhouse has been turned into a factory for the manufacture of talismans made from coral.
Global shipping and trade liberalization has made it more practical to manufacture in low wage countries.
However, the brand rarely lobbies for new and progressive income policies in the countries where they manufacture merchandise.
And you just dig them out of the ground, rather than having to manufacture it.
This was in March, 1867, while the youth was engaged in the manufacture of paper boxes.
I was impressed not so much with the speed of the manufacture as the character of the factory.
Most amateurs are deterred from attempting to manufacture it, and so have to content themselves with only the simplest pieces.
The manufacture of delft ware was known to have greatly enriched Holland.
One part of the celebration was the manufacture of a mammoth cake by the same firm that made the coronation cake.
1560s, "something made by hand," from Middle French manufacture, from Medieval Latin *manufactura (source of Italian manifattura, Spanish manufactura), from Latin manu, ablative of manus "hand" (see manual (adj.)) + factura "a working," from past participle stem of facere "to perform" (see factitious). Sense of "process of manufacturing" first recorded c.1600. Related: Manufactures.
1680s, from manufacture (n.). Related: Manufactured; manufacturing; manufacturable.