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    Please what is the root of the word 'industrialization'? Is it correct to say 'dust'? E.g. 'Faithful' - faith.
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    Re: Root

    No. 'Industrial' has nothing at all to to with 'dust'. It is formed from 'industry'; 'in' and 'y' are not affixes.

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