assembly line
Noun

assembly line (plural assembly lines)

  1. (manufacturing) A system of workers and machinery in which a product is assembled in a series of consecutive operations; typically the product is conveyed by a continuously moving belt
Related terms Translations
  • French: ligne de montage
  • German: Fließband
  • Portuguese: linha de produção, linha de montagem
  • Russian: (сбо́рочный) конве́йер
  • Spanish: línea de montaje



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