Results for: produce
produce /produs/ n. [U] food products, esp. vegetables: Produce, esp. lettuce, is fresh at that market.
v. /prdus/ -duced, -ducing, -duces 1 [T] to create, invent from the mind (write, compose, paint, etc.): The artist produced a beautiful painting. 2 [T] to bring into being, give birth to: Last year she also produced a baby boy. 3 [T] to show, bring into view: A police officer stopped a speeding car and asked the driver to produce her drivers license. 4 [I;T] to manufacture, fabricate: That factory produces shoes. 5 [T] to achieve results, make happen: His doctor produced a cure for his illness.||A sales representative produced a sales increase. 6 [T] to organize financing for and present a film or play to the public: That Italian director has produced a lovely movie. 7 [T] to cause a reaction, stir emotions: His jokes produced laughter from the audience.
Thesaurus: produce v. 1 to make, form | devise, generate 2 to have 3 to present, exhibit 4 to fashion, construct 5 to bring about, yield 6 to create, make 7 to evoke, generate, spark.