stru-, struct-, -structure, -struction, -structive

(Latin: to build, to build up; to pile; to construct; to place together, to arrange)

electronics industry (s) (noun), electronics industries (pl)
The industrial organizations engaged in the design, development, manufacture, and the substantial assembly of electronic equipment, systems, assemblies, and components.
epsilon structure (s) (noun), epsilon structures (pl)
The hexagonal close-packed structure for the epsilon phase of an electron compound.
extractive industry (s) (noun), extractive industries (pl)
A commercial operation involved in exploring for non-renewable natural resources and removing them from the earth: Some examples of extractive industries that withdraw resources from natureĀ are gas drilling, hunting, trapping, mining, and forestry; all of which are important parts of a country's economy.
heavy industry (s) (noun), heavy industries (pl)
The production of steel, coal, or large goods; such as, aircraft.
indestructible (adjective) (not comparable)
Not capable of decomposition or of being completely damaged; invincible.
industrial (s) (noun), industrials (pl)
1. A company that is involved with manufacturing of goods.
2. A particular trade or service and the people who work in it.
3. Businesses that make products as opposed to services.
4. A stock or bond issued by a company or business enterprise.
industrial (adjective), more industrial, most industrial
1. A reference to the production of goods; especially, those made in factories.
2. Relating to factories, the people who work in factories, or the things made in factories: "Steve is an industrial engineer who is researching thousands of industrial uses for plastic."
3. Having developed numerous factories which are actively making products: "China has become a major industrial nation."
4. A descriptive term for groups of productive organizations that produce or supply goods, services, or sources of income.
industrial action (s) (noun), industrial actions (pl)
Any action; such as, striking or boycotting, that is taken by workers to protest against working conditions, managerial policy, etc.
Industrial Age (s) (noun), Industrial Ages (pl)
The period in human development starting with the Industrial Revolution and progressing into the present time: "There are some people who describe the Industrial Age as the Postindustrial Age because of the reduction of traditional manufacturing as opposed to the service economy or an economic system or sector based on the buying and selling of services."
industrial agriculture (s) (noun), industrial agricultures (pl)
A modern method of producing food which is characterized by the use of high-yield varieties of crops and livestock, in connection with intensive inputs in the form of machinery, energy, fertilizers, hormones, antibiotics, and other chemicals, and irrigation water: "Industrial agriculture is much more energy-intensive than traditional agriculture, and there are those who also say it results in larger crop yields."
industrial archaeology (noun) (no pl)
The archaeological study of the period and sites of the Industrial Revolution and later: Industrial archaeology is the research of machines, methods, buildings, and locations which are characteristic of the early history of the Industrial Revolution or used by various industries in the past.

Industrial archaeology involves the discovery, recording, and investigation of the material remains of past industrial activities, covering ways of making, transporting, and distributing products.

industrial arts (noun) (a plural form used as a singular noun)
1. A subject of study in schools with the objectives of developing the manual and technical skills that are required to work with tools and machinery.
2. An educational subject which teaches students how to work with tools and machines: "His favorite high school class, or subject, was industrial arts."
industrial climatology (s) (noun), industrial climatologies (pl)
A field which involves the study of climate and weather on the operations of an industry and that provides climatological data on which to base administrative and operational decisions involving potential influences that could be a result of the weather.
industrial complex (s) (noun), industrial complexes (pl)
A factory or collection of buildings relating to industrial production.
industrial design (s) (noun), industrial designs (pl)
The study or practice of designing products which can be manufactured.

Related "together" units: com-; greg-; inter-.