deindustrialize


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de·in·dus·tri·al·i·za·tion

 (dē′ĭn-dŭs′trē-ə-lĭ-zā′shən)
n.
A reduction in the size or share of the manufacturing sector in an economy.

de′in·dus′tri·a·lize′ v.
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deindustrialize

(ˌdiːɪnˈdʌstrɪəˌlaɪz) or

deindustrialise

vb
1. (Economics) (tr) to reduce the importance of manufacturing industry in the economy of (a nation or area)
2. (Economics) (intr) (of a nation or area) to undergo reduction in the importance of manufacturing industry in the economy
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deindustrialize


Past participle: deindustrialized
Gerund: deindustrializing

Imperative
deindustrialize
deindustrialize
Present
I deindustrialize
you deindustrialize
he/she/it deindustrializes
we deindustrialize
you deindustrialize
they deindustrialize
Preterite
I deindustrialized
you deindustrialized
he/she/it deindustrialized
we deindustrialized
you deindustrialized
they deindustrialized
Present Continuous
I am deindustrializing
you are deindustrializing
he/she/it is deindustrializing
we are deindustrializing
you are deindustrializing
they are deindustrializing
Present Perfect
I have deindustrialized
you have deindustrialized
he/she/it has deindustrialized
we have deindustrialized
you have deindustrialized
they have deindustrialized
Past Continuous
I was deindustrializing
you were deindustrializing
he/she/it was deindustrializing
we were deindustrializing
you were deindustrializing
they were deindustrializing
Past Perfect
I had deindustrialized
you had deindustrialized
he/she/it had deindustrialized
we had deindustrialized
you had deindustrialized
they had deindustrialized
Future
I will deindustrialize
you will deindustrialize
he/she/it will deindustrialize
we will deindustrialize
you will deindustrialize
they will deindustrialize
Future Perfect
I will have deindustrialized
you will have deindustrialized
he/she/it will have deindustrialized
we will have deindustrialized
you will have deindustrialized
they will have deindustrialized
Future Continuous
I will be deindustrializing
you will be deindustrializing
he/she/it will be deindustrializing
we will be deindustrializing
you will be deindustrializing
they will be deindustrializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deindustrializing
you have been deindustrializing
he/she/it has been deindustrializing
we have been deindustrializing
you have been deindustrializing
they have been deindustrializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deindustrializing
you will have been deindustrializing
he/she/it will have been deindustrializing
we will have been deindustrializing
you will have been deindustrializing
they will have been deindustrializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deindustrializing
you had been deindustrializing
he/she/it had been deindustrializing
we had been deindustrializing
you had been deindustrializing
they had been deindustrializing
Conditional
I would deindustrialize
you would deindustrialize
he/she/it would deindustrialize
we would deindustrialize
you would deindustrialize
they would deindustrialize
Past Conditional
I would have deindustrialized
you would have deindustrialized
he/she/it would have deindustrialized
we would have deindustrialized
you would have deindustrialized
they would have deindustrialized
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