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Translation of "produce" - English-Turkish dictionary

produce

verb [T]     /prəˈdjuːs/
MAKE
B1 to make or grow something yapmak, üretmek, yaratmak The factory produces about 900 cars a year. This plant will produce small yellow flowers in the spring.Creating and producingInventing, designing and innovation
CAUSE
B2 to cause a particular reaction or result neden olmak, olmasını sağlamak Nuts produce an allergic reaction in some people.Causing things to happen
SHOW
to take an object from somewhere so that people can see it ortaya koymak, göstermek One of the men suddenly produced a gun from his pocket.Showing and demonstrating
FILM/PLAY
to control how a film, play, programme, or musical recording is made (müzik, film, oyun, program vb.) yapmak, üretmek, meydana getirmek, ortaya koymak He's produced some of the top Broadway shows. →  See also mass-produce Production, direction and recordingRecording sounds and images
(Definition of produce verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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