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produce

verb [T]  /prəˈdus/ us  

produce verb [T] (MAKE)

to create something or bring into existence: Bukowski produced poetry and novels. Dairy goods and beef are produced locally.

produce verb [T] (ORGANIZE A SHOW)

to organize the financial and other practical matters connected with the making of a movie, play, television show, or other entertainment program: He produced a couple of wonderful films.

produce verb [T] (BRING OUT)

to bring something out and show it: He walked up and produced his passport.

produce verb [T] (CAUSE)

to cause a reaction or result: Too much coffee can produce unwanted side-effects.
(Definition of produce verb from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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