Definition Of produce

verb

administer the financial and managerial aspects of (a movie or broadcast) or the staging of (a play, opera, etc.).

The two concerts will be produced and broadcast live by BBC television and radio across the UK and the world.

cause (a particular result or situation) to happen or come into existence.

no conventional drugs had produced any significant change

extend or continue (a line).

one side of the triangle was produced

make or manufacture from components or raw materials.

the company has just produced a luxury version of the aircraft

show or provide (something) for consideration, inspection, or use.

he produced a sheet of paper from his pocket


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Example Of produce

  • produce the line to x

  • According to head chef Paul Higgins, it's all about locally sourced produce and letting the natural flavours speak for themselves.

  • Another great bit of the film was seeing how much effort and the type of skills are necessary to produce his works.

  • As of now, there is no facility to predict trends in marketing agricultural produce .

  • At the extreme, the total farmed area could produce our total national energy requirement.


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