Definition of Car manufacturer
1. Noun. A business engaged in the manufacture of automobiles.
Generic synonyms: Maker, Manufacturer, Manufacturing Business
Group relationships: Automobile Industry
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Car Manufacturer
Literary usage of Car manufacturer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Globalisation, Poverty and Inequality by Richard Kohl (2003)
"Once upon a time, probably in the last 15 years, there was a car manufacturer somewhere in the South, in a developing country. It was probably, in fact, ..."
2. Meeting the Energy Challenges of the 1990's: Experts Define the Key Policy (1993)
"That was 2 years ago, and no American car manufacturer has bought any since. ... Why won't an American car manufacturer use a technology like this? ..."
3. Engineering Contracts and Specifications, Including a Brief Synopsis of the by John Butler Johnson (1904)
"... car manufacturer within ninety days from the date of the awarding of the contract, and the motors will be shipped from the factory of the car builder to ..."
4. Engineering Contracts and Specifications: Including a Brief Synopsis of the by John Butler Johnson (1902)
"The Contractor will deliver these motors to the car manufacturer within ninety days from the date of the awarding of the contract, and the motors will be ..."
5. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2003 by OECD Staff, Dirk Pilat, SourceOECD (Online service), OCDE, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation, Development, OECD (2003)
"For example, if a motor car manufacturer imports certain components lcg. the ... If the car manufacturer purchases other components from domestic ..."
6. Standards, Conformity Assessment, and Trade Into the 21st Century by National Research Council (1995)
"In order to win the car manufacturer's business, suppliers of materials, parts, and services must meet performance specifications set by the manufacturer. ..."