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producernoun [C]

uk   /prəˈdʒuː.sər/  us   /prəˈduː.sɚ/
  • producer noun [C] (MAKER)

C1 a company, country, or person that provides goods, especially those that are produced by an industrial process or grown or obtained through farming, usually in large amounts: egg producers gas/oil producers Australia is one of the world's main producers of wool.

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producernoun [C]

 us   /prəˈdu·sər/
  • producer noun [C] (MAKER)

a company, country, or person that makes things, usually for sale, esp. things made by an industrial process or grown or obtained from the ground: a producer of automobiles/wheat
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producernoun [C]

uk   /prəˈdjuːsər/  us   /prəˈduːsər/
PRODUCTION a country, company, or person that makes goods or that grows food in large amounts: a producer of sth The group is the world's biggest producer of copper, supplying around 6% of global output. a gas/oil/steel producer
HR a person or company that is responsible for the practical and financial arrangements for a film, television programme, etc.: He is the creator and executive producer of the popular new TV series. a film/Hollywood/television producer
(Definition of producer from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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