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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
produce /produce/
  • danh từ
    • sản lượng
    • sản vật, sản phẩm
      • agricultural (farm) produce: nông sản
    • kết quả
      • the produce of labour: kết quả lao động
      • the produce of efforts: kết quả của những cố gắng
  • ngoại động từ
    • trình ra, đưa ra, giơ ra
      • to produce one's ticket at the gate: trình vé ở cổng
      • to produce a play: trình diễn một vở kịch
      • to produce evidence: đưa ra chứng cớ
    • sản xuất, chế tạo
      • to produce good: sản xuất hàng hoá
    • viết ra (một cuốn sách); xuất bản (sách, phim...)
    • gây ra (một cảm giác...)
    • đem lại (kết quả...); sinh đẻ
      • to produce fruit: sinh quả, ra quả (cây)
      • to produce offspring: sinh con, đẻ con (thú vật)
    • (toán học) kéo dài (một đường thẳng...)
Concise Dictionary
produces|produced|producingprɑ'duːs ,prəʊ /prɒ'djuːs
+fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
+bring forth or yield
+create or manufacture a man-made product
+cause to happen, occur or exist
+bring out for display
+bring onto the market or release
+cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques
+come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 make, develop, turn out, put or bring out, manufacture, fabricate, generate, create; construct, assemble, put together, compose; mould, cast; extrude:
This machine is capable of producing 10,000 units an hour.
2 yield, give rise to, cause, bring up, bring forth, spark, initiate, occasion, bring about, prompt, evoke, start, create, generate, beget, originate:
He was unprepared for the laughter produced by his slip of the tongue
3 generate, beget, create, put out or forth, breed, propagate, bear, give birth to, hatch, grow:
See how the plant is producing buds at these nodes?
4 bring forward or in or out, introduce, present, offer, show, exhibit, display, stage, put on, mount:
She was the first to produce Japanese Noh drama in the west.
5 disclose, reveal, bring to light, show, display, draw:
When I refused to give him the money, he produced a gun.
6 supply, furnish, provide, deliver, distribute:
They are accused of continuing to produce fluorocarbons despite the government ban.
7 vegetables, fruit, Chiefly Brit greengrocery:
The produce is delivered to the markets from the farms at the crack of dawn.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb [VN]
1 to make things to be sold, especially in large quantities
a factory that produces microchips
make naturally
2 to grow or make sth as part of a natural process; to have a baby or young animal: The region produces over 50% of the country's wheat. + These shrubs produce bright red berries. + Our cat produced kittens last week. + Her duty was to produce an heir to the throne.
create with skill
3 to create sth, especially when skill is needed: She produced a delicious meal out of a few leftovers.
result / effect
4 to cause a particular result or effect: A phone call to the manager produced the result she wanted. + The drug produces a feeling of great happiness and excitement.
show / bring out
5 ~ sth (from / out of sth) to show sth or make sth appear from somewhere: He produced a letter from his pocket. + At the meeting the finance director produced the figures for the previous year.
6 if a town, country, etc. produces sb with a particular skill or quality, the person comes from that town, country, etc: He is the greatest athlete this country has ever produced.
movie / play
7 to be in charge of preparing a film/movie, play, etc. for the public to see: She produced a TV series about adopted children.
+ noun [U] things that have been made or grown, especially things connected with farming: farm produce + The shop sells only fresh local produce. + It says on the label 'Produce of France'.
produce v.
produce n.
producer n.
production n.
productive adj. (=/= unproductive)
Collocation Dictionary


fresh | local | seasonal | agricultural, animal, dairy, farm, garden, organic, primary
fresh farm produce


grow | export, market, sell



domestically, locally
fruit and vegetables that are produced locally
| commercially | organically
organically produced food


be able/unable to, can/could | be expected to, be likely to
Which method is likely to produce the best results?
| combine to
All of these processes combine to produce a particular form of language.
| be designed to | use sth to
The technology can be used to produce interactive educational programs.


The wine is produced from Chardonnay grapes.

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