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Verb: produce  'pró,d(y)oos
  1. Bring forth or yield
    "The tree would not produce fruit";
    - bring forth
  2. Create or manufacture a man-made product
    "We produce more cars than we can sell";
    - make, create
  3. Cause to happen, occur or exist
    "This procedure produces a curious effect"; "These chemicals produce a noxious vapour";
    - bring about, give rise
  4. Bring out for display
    "The proud father produced many pictures of his baby";
    - bring forth
  5. (farming) cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques
    "The Bordeaux region produces great red wines"; "They produce good ham in Parma";
    - grow, raise, farm
  6. Bring onto the market or release
    "produce a movie";
    - bring on, bring out
  7. Come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)
    "He produced a beard";
    - grow, develop, get, acquire
Noun: produce  'pró,d(y)oos
  1. Fresh fruit and vegetables grown for the market
    - green goods, green groceries, garden truck
  2. Items or the amount produced

Derived forms: producing, produces, produced

See also: convey

Type of: change, create, cultivate, display, exhibit, expose, food, grub [informal], kai [NZ, informal], khana [Asia], make, nosh [Brit, informal], solid food

Encyclopedia: Produce