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Produce

As a noun, the product of natural growth, labor, or capital. Articles produced or grown from or on the soil, or found in the soil.

As a verb, to bring forward; to show or exhibit; to bring into view or notice; as, to present a play, including its presentation in motion pictures. To produce witnesses or documents at trial in obedience to a subpoena or to be compelled to produce materials subject to discovery rules.

To make, originate, or yield, as gasoline. To bring to the surface, as oil. To yield, as revenue. Thus, funds are produced by taxation, not when the tax is levied, but when the sums are collected.

produce

(Manufacture), verb accomplish, achieve, assemble, bear, beget, breed, bring about, bring forth, bring into being, bring into existence, bring to pass, build, coin, compose, conceive, concoct, construct, contrive, create, devise, draw up, effect, effectuate, engender, erect, fabricate, fashion, form, formulate, furnish, generate, give birth to, give rise to, hatch, institute, invent, make, make up, originate, prepare, procreate, propagate, raise, realize, result in, turn out, yield
Associated concepts: producing cause

produce

(Offer to view), verb air, bring forward, bring into view, bring out, bring to light, bring to the fore, bring to the front, demonstrate, disclose, display, divulge, dramatize, evidence, evince, exhibit, expose, give a perrormance, hold up to view, impart, lay bare, lay out, make visible, manifest, parade, present, put on display, put on the stage, reveal, set out, show, uncover, unfold, unmask, unscreen, unveil
Associated concepts: failure to produce, notice to produce, produce a witness, produce evidence
See also: adduce, avail, bear, build, cargo, cause, commodities, compose, conjure, constitute, create, develop, discharge, effectuate, engender, evoke, exhibit, fabricate, form, formulate, frame, furnish, generate, germinate, goods, increase, induce, inspire, invent, make, manufacture, merchandise, occasion, offer, originate, output, perform, perpetrate, proceeds, product, profit, propagate, provide, pullulate, realize, supply, tender, yield
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