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product

noun
 
 
/ˈprɒdʌkt/
[C or U] PRODUCTION something that is manufactured or grown to be sold, usually in large quantities: sell/launch/withdraw a product The manufacturers had to withdraw the product because of a design fault. We aim to develop more quality products over the coming year. oil/steel products agricultural/dairy products
[C] FINANCE a service that customers can buy from a financial organization to invest or save money: financial/insurance/investment, etc. product Improvement of the bank's financial product range formed part of the takeover bid.
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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