Produce definition

prə-do͝os, -dyo͝os, prō-
To create by physical or mental effort.

Produce a tapestry; produce a poem.

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To supervise (a recording session, musical recording, etc.) and determine the final sound mix of the recording.
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Items produced.
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To bring forth; bear; yield.

A well that produces oil.

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To cause; give rise to.

War produces devastation.

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Produce is defined as products of agriculture, particularly fruits and vegetables.

An example of produce is a carrot.

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Produce is defined as to create or bring into being.

An example of produce is to paint a work of art.

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To manufacture.

Factories that produce cars and trucks.

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To make or yield products or a product.

An apple tree that produces well.

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To manufacture or create economic goods and services.
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(geom.) To extend (a line or plane)
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To make or manufacture.

To produce steel.

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To bring into being; create.

To produce a work of art.

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To provide or put forward.
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. Method of written discovery used to obtain documents or things from opposing party.
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To make (a thing) available to a person, an authority, etc.; to provide for inspection.
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(media) To sponsor and present (a motion picture, etc) to an audience or to the public.
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(mathematics) To extend an area, or lengthen a line.

To produce a side of a triangle.

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Amount produced.
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Harvested agricultural goods collectively, especially vegetables and fruit, but possibly including eggs, dairy products and meat; the saleable food products of farms.
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(Australia) Livestock and pet food supplies.
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To bring to view; offer for inspection.

To produce identification.

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To act or operate as producer for.

Produce a stage play; produce a video.

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(mathematics) To extend (an area or volume) or lengthen (a line).
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To get (a play, film, TV program, etc.) ready for presentation to the public.
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To bring forth; yield.

A plant that produces pink flowers.

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(econ.) To create (anything having exchange value)
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To bear, yield, create, manufacture, etc. something.
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Something produced; yield; esp., fresh fruits and vegetables.
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To cause to occur or exist; give rise to.

Chemicals that produce a noxious vapor when mixed.

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To bring forth; exhibit.

Reached into a pocket and produced a pack of matches; failed to produce an eyewitness to the crime.

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Farm products, especially fresh fruits and vegetables, considered as a group.
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Origin of produce

  • Middle English producen to proceed, extend from Latin prōdūcere to extend, bring forth prō- forward pro–1 dūcere to lead deuk- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin produco (“I lead forth or forward, bring forward, draw or stretch out, extend, prolong, conduct, etc., bring forth, bear, etc."), from pro (“forth, forward") + duco (“I lead, bring").

    From Wiktionary