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Concise Dictionary
productionsprə'dʌkʃn
noun
+(economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale
+a presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television
+the act or process of producing something
+an artifact that has been created by someone or some process
+(law) the act of exhibiting in a court of law
+the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)
+a display that is exaggerated or unduly complicated
+the creation of value or wealth by producing goods and services

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 producing, manufacture, manufacturing, making, fabrication, preparation, origination, creation, output, putting out, development; formation, forming, forging, shaping, moulding, casting, assembly, building, construction:
Our business is the production of insulating materials.
2 product, (end) result, work, effort, handiwork, output, opus, oeuvre:
These paintings are clearly productions of a fertile imagination.
3 (in Britain) artistry, direction, staging; (in US and Canada) display, presentation, staging, mise en scène, setting:
Both the acting and the production were superb.
4 drama, play, (stage or television or radio) show, performance; film, motion or moving picture, movie:
Our repertory company is putting on a production of Othello next week.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] the process of growing or making food, goods or materials, especially large quantities: wheat / oil / car production + land available for food production + The new model will be in production by the end of the year. + Production of the new aircraft will start next year. + The car went out of production in 1990. + production costs / difficulties + a production manager / process
See also - MASS PRODUCTION
2 [U] the quantity of goods that is produced: a decline / fall in production + an increase in production + It is important not to let production levels fall.
3 [U] the act or process of making sth naturally: drugs to stimulate the body's production of hormones
4 [C, U] a film/movie, a play or a broadcast that is prepared for the public; the act of preparing a film or a play, etc: a new production of 'King Lear' + Every year the school puts on a musical production. + He wants a career in film production.
Idioms: on production of sth (formal) when you show sth: Discounts only on production of your student ID card.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 making/growing sth

ADJ.

full
The machine will go into full production in November 2002.
| large-scale, mass | small-scale | efficient | annual | domestic | car, steel | coal, energy, gas, oil | agricultural, food, livestock, meat, milk | factory, industrial

QUANT.

level, volume
The increase in volume of production brought down the price of the goods.

VERB + PRODUCTION

be in
That particular model is no longer in production.
| go into | go out of | begin, start
They are going to start production of the car next year.
| boost, increase, step up | cut, cut back (on) | halt, stop | speed up

PRODUCTION + NOUN

line, plant
a car production plant
| methods, process, system | director, manager, team | costs | capacity, level, volume

PRODUCTION + VERB

increase, rise | fall

PHRASES

a cut/fall in production, an increase/a rise in production, the means of production
They believed that power largely derives from ownership of the means of production. > Special page at BUSINESS

2 play, film, etc.

ADJ.

successful | controversial | amateur, professional | stage | Broadway, West End, etc. | school | film, television/TV, theatrical, video

More information about PERFORMANCE

PERFORMING:

arts write ~
He's written a new West End musical.

do, present, perform, produce, put on, stage ~
We are proud to present the play ‘Rocket to the Moon’. The drama group is doing a show.

direct ~
She is directing Verdi's opera ‘La Traviata’ at La Scala next year.

act in, appear in, perform in, sing in, star in ~
He starred in the West End hit musical ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’.

rehearse (for) ~
We had no time to rehearse for the play.

go to
the ballet/opera/theatreI haven't been to the theatre for ages.

see ~
Have you seen that new production of ‘Macbeth’?

~ open
‘The Nutcracker’ opens in December.

~ play, run
The show has been playing to packed houses. The show ran for years on Broadway.

~ close
The musical closes this week after a record number of performances.

a play/show

folds
The play folded after poor reviews.

at
the ballet/opera/theatreWe met at the opera.

in a/the ~
the characters in the play

~ by
a comedy by Moli



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