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    produce - Dictionary definition and meaning for word produce

    Definition
    (noun) fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market Definition
    (verb) bring forth or yield
    Synonyms : bring forth
    Example Sentence
    • The tree would not produce fruit
    Definition
    (verb) create or manufacture a man-made product
    Synonyms : create , make
    Example Sentence
    • We produce more cars than we can sell
    • The company has been making toys for two centuries
    Definition
    (verb) cause to happen, occur or exist
    Synonyms : bring about , give rise
    Example Sentence
    • This procedure produces a curious effect
    • The new law gave rise to many complaints
    • These chemicals produce a noxious vapor
    • the new President must bring about a change in the health care system
    Definition
    (verb) bring out for display
    Synonyms : bring forth
    Example Sentence
    • The proud father produced many pictures of his baby
    • The accused brought forth a letter in court that he claims exonerates him
    Definition
    (verb) cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques
    Synonyms : farm , grow , raise
    Example Sentence
    • The Bordeaux region produces great red wines
    • They produce good ham in Parma
    • We grow wheat here
    • We raise hogs here
    Definition
    (verb) bring onto the market or release
    Synonyms : bring on , bring out
    Example Sentence
    • produce a movie
    • bring out a book
    • produce a new play
    Definition
    (verb) come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)
    Synonyms : acquire , develop , get , grow
    Example Sentence
    • He grew a beard
    • The patient developed abdominal pains
    • I got funny spots all over my body
    • Well-developed breasts
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