Word: produce

Category: produce

Business & Industrial, Food & Drink, Science

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Synonyms: produce

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Translations: produce

spanish
producto, producción, ocasionar, producir


german
hervorbringen, erzeugen, produzieren, herstellen, pflanzen, ...

french
donner, produire, produisons, génèrent, éditer, ...

italian
produrre, prodotto, fabbricare, addurre

portuguese
elevar, produto, melhorar, produzir, engendrar, ...

dutch
produceren, uitvoeren, tillen, fokken, opbrengen, ...

russian
фабрикат, плодить, товар, вырабатывать, выпускать, ...

norwegian
lage, produsere, fremstille

swedish
framkalla, skapa, alstra, frambringa

finnish
esittää, tuottaa, saada, aiheuttaa, aikaansaada, ...

danish
producere

czech
vyrobit, vytvářet, vytvořit, vyrábět, produkovat, ...

polish
powodować, wyprodukować, dobywać, wytwarzać, produkować, ...

hungarian
termény, termék

turkish
yapmak, üretmek

greek
προσκομίζω, παράγω

ukrainian
уколи

bulgarian
продукция

belarusian
адбыцца, рабiць

estonian
lavastama, tootma

icelandic
afurðir, framleiðsla, framleiða

latin
efficio

lithuanian
gaminti

romanian
produce

slovak
produkovať

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The meaning and "use of": produce

noun
  • things that have been produced or grown, especially by farming.

verb
  • make or manufacture from components or raw materials.
  • cause (a particular result or situation) to happen or come into existence.
  • show or provide (something) for consideration, inspection, or use.
  • administer the financial and managerial aspects of (a movie or broadcast) or the staging of (a play, opera, etc.).
  • extend or continue (a line).

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