produce
[prə'dju:s]

noun,verb

[Definition]: bring into existence, make products; things produced

[Example Sentences]:
1. Excluding energy, the S P 500 is expected by analysts to produce growth of 4.3%.
2. Seagate has it will be able to produce a 20TB 3.5-in.
3. The filters and the information they produce is not available in all locations.
4. They can also produce a lot of cash over the next several quarters.
5. Whether that includes big tech companies looking to produce original content remains to be seen.
6. The service also tells users how quickly it will produce results.
7. This is being called into question because the server was used to produce evidence for the trial.
8. Google will likely produce a better Glass product than anything seen in the market to this point.
9. A change in leadership is required to produce a change in outcomes.
10. In the beginning you do little more than click to produce energy.
11. I say nothing, because I was able to get him to produce it.
12. The technology is designed to produce sound within the headphones while reducing outside noise.
13. It appears that Amazon will eventually produce a smartphone the question is not if, but when.
14. This will probably make the cars less fuel efficient and produce less power.
15. The local community has realized that local produce is good.


[Antonyms]conceive, cover, withdraw

[Synonyms]create, export, stake, occasion, yield
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