Produce - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |prəˈduːs|  American pronunciation of the word produce
Brit.  |prəˈdjuːs|  British pronunciation of the word produce


- fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
- bring forth or yield (syn: bring forth)
- create or manufacture a man-made product (syn: create, make)
- cause to happen, occur or exist (syn: bring about)
- bring out for display (syn: bring forth)
- cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques (syn: farm, grow, raise)
- bring onto the market or release (syn: bring on, bring out)
- come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes) (syn: acquire, develop, get, grow)


Thousands of cars are produced here each year.

The tree produces good fruit.

Honey is produced by bees.

Twins produced from a single egg

The insect bite produced a rash.

His suggestion produced the desired results.

The region produces large amounts of cotton and tobacco.

The college has produced some well-known scientists.

...a book that was the produce of a lifetime of study on the subject...

Paper is produced from wood.

Their efforts produced no results.

New drugs are producing remarkable results.

As a policy, it did not produce the desired effect.

The factory produces an incredible 100 cars per hour.

How did you manage to produce a meal so quickly?

Word forms

I/you/we/they: produce
he/she/it: produces
present participle: producing
past tense: produced
past participle: produced
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