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Translation of "produce" - English-Spanish dictionary

produce

verb /prəˈdjuːs/
to bring out sacar, extraer She produced a letter from her pocket. to give birth to tener, dar a luz A cow produces one or two calves a year. to cause provocar, producir His joke produced a shriek of laughter from the children. to make or manufacture producir, fabricar The factory produces furniture. to give or yield producir The country produces enough food for the population. to arrange and prepare (a theatre/theater performance, film, television programme/program etc) poner en escena (teatro); producir The play was produced by Henry Dobson. producer noun a person who produces a play, film, etc , but is usually not responsible for instructing the actors productor a film producer. product /ˈprodəkt/ noun a result producto, resultado, fruto The plan was the product of hours of thought. something manufactured producto The firm manufactures metal products. (mathematics) the result of multiplying one number by another producto The product of 9 and 2 is 18. production /-ˈdakʃən/ noun the act or process of producing something producción car production The production of the film cost a million dollars. the amount produced, especially of manufactured goods producción The new methods increased production. a particular performance, or set of repeated performances, of a play etc puesta en escena, producción I prefer this production of ’Hamlet’ to the one I saw two years ago. productive /-ˈdaktiv/ adjective (opposite unproductive) producing a lot; fruitful productivo; fértil productive land Our discussion was not very productive. productivity /prodəkˈtivəti/ noun the rate or efficiency of work especially in industrial production productividad ways of increasing productivity.
(Definition of produce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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