Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Industry"

The meaning of "Industry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does There is an whole industry based entirely on preying upon financially vulnerable individuals.
mean?
A: "based entirely on...." = 'relies on/comes from....'
To sustain or uphold the whole industry, they have to rely on prey on financially vulnerable individuals to keep earning money, is what "based entirely" means.
Another example: "The book she wrote is based entirely on the royal family's lives, so you can find out the truth of how they actually live."

"preying upon..." to prey means to feed. If a lion preys upon a gazelle, then it is feeding on it.
The whole industry preys upon or feeds onto/targets financially vulnerable individuals.


Q: What does betting industry mean?
A: Betting means gambling, it's when you play in the casino or you bet on horses in a horse race. Or on teams in a sport match.
The betting industry is basically just all of that
Q: What does industry mean?
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Q: What does industry fanfare mean?
A: industry 業界
fanfare メディアの注目(を引く) 話題になる

Example sentences using "Industry"

Q: Please show me example sentences with industry.
A: The shoe industry was greatly profiting.
America could not compete with Japan's camera industry.

Synonyms of "Industry" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between industry analysts and industrial analysts ?
A: I’ve never seen the term ‘industrial analyst’ used before, but I would imagine that it refers to an analyst who *exclusively* works in a given industry. The former term is most common, I would say.
Q: What is the difference between automotive industry and automobile industry ?
A: its the same
Q: What is the difference between willing to enter the industry and aiming to enter the industry ?
A: willing to enter = I could enter it if I had to, but I don't necessarily want to
aiming to enter = I want to enter the industry
Q: What is the difference between industry and factory ?
A: "a factory" es el edificio mismo

"industry" es la industria pero no en el sentido de "una fábrica"
Q: What is the difference between industry and factory ?
A: Al the factories in a country make the industry of that country.

Translations of "Industry"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? industry
A: Industry
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? industry
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if we say “fashion industry people “ it is correct ? or without people is better ?
A: You can say “the people within the fashion industry”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? industry
A: Industry

Other questions about "Industry"

Q: Collaborating with these industries, I believe fan culture is one of the largest popular culture, large in its scale and diversity, that has a distinctive (compelling?) relationship with global narratives of cultural fandoms.

Does this sound natural?
A: I believe that fan culture in collaboration with these industries is one of the biggest popular cultures by its sheer scale and diversity. Further, the fan culture has a distinctive relationship with global narratives of other cultural fandoms.
Q: IT industry in Los Angels is still developed so people's income who work there is very good. Does this sound natural?
A: "The IT industry in Los Angeles is well developed so that people who work there earn a good income"
Q: (I work in pharmaceutical industry) Thanks to my wonderful bosses and colleagues, I had an opportunity to learn XXXXXX in the US.

Does this sound natural?
A: It makes more sense without comma
Q: ​​“The industry is back to life” Does this sound natural?
A: Alternative:
The industry has come back to life.

^_^
Q: “The industry is back to life” Does this sound natural?
A: it sounds okay but "the industry has come back to life" may be better

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