industry


industry
I (activity) noun adsiduitas, alacrity, application, ardor, assiduity, assiduousness, attention, bustle, busyness, constancy, determination, devotedness, devotion, diligence, diligentia, drive, dynamism, eagerness, earnestness, effort, employment, endeavor, endurance, energy, enterprise, enthusiasm, exertion, hard work, indefatigability, industria, intentness, labor, laboriousness, occupation, perseverance, persistence, pursuance, pursuit, sedulity, sedulousness, steadfastness, stir, strenuousness, tenacity, toil, vigor, vim, work, zeal, zealousness II (business) noun enterprise, establishment, manufacture, mercantile business, metier, production, profession, pursuit, trade, undertaking, work associated concepts: engage in industry, industrywide contract III index building (business of assembling), business (commerce), business (commercial enterprise), calling, commerce, corporation, effort, employment, enterprise (economic organization), firm, labor (exertion), occupation (vocation), work (effort), work (employment)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


industry
n.
Commercial activity conducted for profit; economic activity that uses a great deal of labor, capital, and raw materials for the manufacture of goods.
adj.
industrial

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