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  • They may be used to produce results other than one through six.
  • The original local programs were all produced in-house by the station.
  • No action was taken against the team and others soon produced systems with similar effects.
  • The music for the entire film was produced in two weeks.
  • The third series is to be produced in-house by the Seven Network.
  • Most of the content for the channel was produced in-house in their purpose-built studio.
  • This was the only film Wood directed but did not also produce.
  • Some will produce the same character code as if the control key were not held down.
  • Land itself has no cost of production, because it is not produced by humans.
  • Of the body, only the engine cover and later the roof was produced in-house.
  • Many other series have since been produced, some not from official supplies.
  • Japan has a long history of producing science fiction series for television.
  • At a professional level, most matches produce only a few goals.
  • Nuclear power plants can produce a huge amount of power from a single unit.
  • The making-of documentary shows how a movie or a computer game was produced.
  • He has written, directed, and produced award-winning films for three decades.
  • These two models were the beginning of the mass-produced S series of performance cars.
  • In recent years, she has moved into the field of producing, both in television and film.
  • Only in a few cases are leaves produced along the length of the stem.
  • In the most extreme cases, patients may be able to produce only a single word.
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Meaning of produce

  • noun Fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
  • verb Bring forth or yield
    The tree would not produce fruit
  • verb Create or manufacture a man-made product
    We produce more cars than we can sell, The company has been making toys for two centuries
  • verb Cause to happen, occur or exist
    This procedure produces a curious effect, The new law gave rise to many complaints, These chemicals produce a noxious vapor, the new President must bring about a change in the health care system
  • verb Bring out for display
    The proud father produced many pictures of his baby, The accused brought forth a letter in court that he claims exonerates him
  • verb Bring onto the market or release
    produce a movie, bring out a book, produce a new play