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

Synonyms of "Manufacturing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to aim to reduce the manufacturing cost by 20% and to aim to reduce the 20% manufacturing cost ?
A: the second one is not natural. the first one is correct.
Q: What is the difference between slight manufacturing flaws and minor manufacturing flaws ?
A: There is no difference!
Q: What is the difference between slight manufacturing flaws and minor manufacturing flaws ?
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Q: What is the difference between manufacturing cost and production cost ?
A: Manufacturing cost is probably from larger scale production. Like huge factory.
Production cost can probably be from any size of production.
Q: What is the difference between manufacturing and production ?
A: Manufacture or manufacturing means with machines.

Produce or producing does not need machines.

Translations of "Manufacturing"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? manufacturing
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? manufacturing
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? manufacturing
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Other questions about "Manufacturing"

Q: During the manufacturing process of plastics, a lot of CO2 is released, which is one of the causes of global warming. According to one study, the amount of plastic production is now almost 25 times more than that of 50 years ago. If we continue to use plastic items, many efforts that we have done to curb global warming will be just futile. does this sound natural?
A: × If we continue to use plastic items, many efforts that we have done to curb global warming will be just futile.
✓ If we continue to use plastic items, many efforts that we have done to curb global warming will be futile.

“futile” is a perfectly fine word, but “in vain” sounds more natural to me
Q: What does
" the offshoring of manufacturing jobs flipped swing states in 2016."
mean?
Especially "the offshoring of manufacturing jobs"???

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>
“It’s clear why Americans can’t agree on impeachment, we’re getting our news from different sources, and it’s making it hard for us to even agree on basic facts,” Yang said. “Congressional approval, last time I checked, was something like 17 percent, and Americans don’t trust the media networks to tell them the truth.”

The tech entrepreneur known best for his trademark universal basic income proposal went on to describe his theory of why Trump was elected, arguing that the offshoring of manufacturing jobs flipped swing states in 2016.
A: Yang is arguing that in the years immediately leading up to 2016, lots of Americans who worked in manufacturing (i.e., physically making products) got fired, and their former employers hired cheaper labour “offshore” (i.e., in other, less expensive countries) to replace them.

According to Yang, the frustration of this made these people vote for Trump in 2016, even in places where they may have previously voted for a Democrat like Obama (i.e., swing states).

Swing state = a state in which a majority of voters sometimes vote republican, and other times democrat
Q: I work in the manufacturing industry as a engineer. does this sound natural?
A: "An" engineer is the correct way to say it.

"A" before vowels (a,e,i,o,u) become "An"

Q: The manufacturing plant should replace the outdated equipment as rapid as possible. does this sound natural?
A: Good question! I think it is because we would say "She is beautiful." and "The manufacturing plant should replace the equipment rapidly."

If we ignore the "as...", whatever word we would use in the sentence is the word we would use with it.

Please tell me if you are confused at all, I will try to make it more clear.
Q: They stopped manufacturing my favorite after-shave location. How could I live from now on? does this sound natural?
A: "How can I live from now on." would sound better. Also, "making" might sound less formal than "manufacturing" and "from now on" could be simply "now"

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