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Translation of "product" - English-Turkish dictionary

product

noun [C]     /ˈprɒdʌkt/
B1 something that is made or grown to be sold ürün, mahsul They have a new range of skin-care products. Does she eatdairy products (= things made from milk)?Products and producersBuying and selling in general
product of sth
someone or something that is the result of a particular experience or process sonuç, hasıla, ortaya çıkan ürün His lack of confidence is the product of an unhappy childhood. →  See also by-product , end-product Outcomes and consequences
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 Chinese (Simplified) 产品, 产物…
in Polish produkt, wyrób…
(Definition of product from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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