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product

noun [C]  us   /ˈprɑd·əkt, -ʌkt/

product noun [C] (THING MADE)

something that is made to be sold, esp. something produced by an industrial process or something that is grown or raised through farming: industrial products A new product can require two years to develop.

product noun [C] (RESULT)

a result obtained from experiencing something: She’s a product of the city’s public schools. mathematics A product is the number you get when you multiply numbers: The product of 6 and 3 is 18. chemistry A product is also the substance that results from a chemical reaction between other substances.
Translations of “product”
in Korean 생산물, 제품…
in Arabic مُنْتَج…
in Portuguese produto…
in Catalan producte…
in Japanese 製品, 生産物…
in Italian prodotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 產品, 產物…
in Russian продукция, изделие, продукт…
in Turkish ürün, mahsul…
in Chinese (Simplified) 产品, 产物…
in Polish produkt, wyrób…
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