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machine-made

adj
(Mechanical Engineering) made or constructed by machine
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.machine-made - made by machinemachine-made - made by machine      
hand-crafted, handmade - made by hand or a hand process; "delicate handmade baby dresses"
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machine-made

[məˈʃiːnmeɪd] ADJhecho a máquina
References in classic literature ?
His machine-made storiettes, though he hated them and derided them, were successful.
Then, one day, came back to him through the mail ten of his immaculate machine-made storiettes.
Only a solitary cracked-voice reed-sparrow greeted her from the bushes by the river, in a sad, machine-made tone, resembling that of a past friend whose friendship she had outworn.
Lowell declares that it 'ignored the imagination altogether and sent Nature about her business as an impertinent baggage whose household loom competed unlawfully with the machine-made fabrics, so exquisitely uniform in pattern, of the royal manufactories.
Of course I know that the proceedings of the best machine-made humanity are employed with judicious care and so on.
The yarn used for weaving is also machine-made whereas for Afghan carpets the yarn is also spun by hand,' he says.
However, as the company expands its offering of machine-made rugs--which are traditionally made with synthetic fibers such as polypropylene--the percentage of man-made fibers will also grow.
Curated by Andrew Bolton, the exhibition explores the dichotomy between hand-made and machine-made fashion and will highlight 3D printed designs from talented designer Noa Raviv's "Hard Copy" collection, produced using advanced, multi-material 3D printing technology from Stratasys.
Foreign consumer acceptance of machine-made carpets has already made exporting Iran's handmade goods harder.
The "DOMOTEX Gaziantep Machine-Made Carpet Fair" celebrated its debut this year.
ISLAMABAD -- The cold wave across the country has increased the demand of hand-made and machine-made quilts and blankets in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Iran: For decades Ismail Temorzada s handmade Afghan carpets decorated people s homes around the world, but export problems and competition from Iran s machine-made products have left his business threadbare.