Q: As U.S. manufacturers hit their stride, vaccine scarcity will soon turn to plenty as much of the world goes begging とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "As the US manufacturers become better and better at producing vaccine, the small supply will soon turn to a surplus, as much of the world still doesn't have enough."

"Hit their stride" means to start slowly but then reach the level you want. It's also used to refer to running.
Q: No more than a manufacturer today ceases to be a capitalist when he becomes a member of the municipal council. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “No more than” is often used when comparing two ideas and they are very similar. The whole sentence means that a person does not stop being a capitalist when they become a councillor. You need to compare that with the previous sentence in the text to understand the full meaning.
Q: manufacturer とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It’s what you could call a company (owner) that produces a certain item. The best example I can think is “car manufacturer.” Whatever team of people puts together a certain car.
Q: absorbent manufacturer とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it's not a real word. absorbent is something that takes in liquid.


Q: manufacturer を使った例文を教えて下さい。

In the present transition of rubber production, it is necessary for the manufacturer in Europe to wash all the rubber
Q: manufacturer を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Who’s the manufacturer for that car?

The manufacturer does not make toys anymore.


Q: manufacturer と company はどう違いますか?
A: Manufacturer is who makes the material where as a company is more of a brand. A manufacturer may make the screws of something while a company will be who sells the overall product. For example, with pens a manufacturer could make the little spring in the pen while the company will sell the whole pen.
Q: I'm working for a manufacturer. と I work for a manufacturing company. はどう違いますか?
A: 同じ意味です。
Q: manufacturer と manufacture はどう違いますか?
A: Manufacturer is a noun, so a person/company that manufactures something, whereas manufacture is a verb.


Q: manufacturer ^^の発音を音声で教えてください。
A: your emphasis is good. You don’t need to put more emphasis on the “u” at all. What the other comment said is completely wrong and doesn’t make any sense.

I would just say don’t say the “t” so strongly. In US English we don’t focus so much on some consonants. “manuFAC-sure-er” is how it would sound. The “T” in the word segment “-ture” usually sounds like “sh” or “ch” when spoken naturally.
Q: When manufacturers produce more of a product than consumers need, its prices are likely to drop.

How to understand “more of a product” here?
Will the meaning of the sentence change if I say “products” in place of “of a product”?
—> When manufacturers produce more products than consumers need, its prices are likely to drop.

I’d appreciate it if you could help me. Thank you very much for your kindness!
A: When manufacturers produce more products than consumers need, its prices are likely to drop -
is grammatically incorrect.

When manufacturers produce more products than consumers need, the prices of those products are likely to drop.
Q: I work at a manufacturer in the overseas sales division.I mainly incharge of trading and supporting sales people from the office. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × I work at a manufacturer in the overseas sales division.
✓ I work in the overseas sales division of a manufacturing company.

× I mainly incharge of trading and supporting sales people from the office.
✓ I'm mainly in charge of trading and sales support people in the office.

Q: What do you think? Why would some manufacturers make these types of jars/containers for their product?
How does that make sense when it's just funny, I'm sorry. ..I mean, why do they put their product there instead of using a tube?
It is especially interesting that there are some expensive creams like this in a jar.
Even if it'd be a shoe wax... Why don't they care enough to make it in a tube so that to provide hygienic use of it?

Is there any logic behind that???
A: My kid's diaper rash cream comes in a little container like that. As long as your hands going in are clean, there shouldn't be any real problems with using it that way
Q: Which is more common "manufacturer" or "maker"?
a. Sony is a Japanese electronics products manufacture.
b. Sony is a Japanese electronics products maker.
A: We use maker when it's not a company or if there aren't machines involved in making the products. If one person is making toys by hand, they would be a toy maker. Manufacturers make products for sale while makers just make something.

But those words are very similar to each other and can both be used in most cases.