Pronunciation of Produce
/pɹədjˈuːs/, /pɹədjˈuːs/, /p_ɹ_ə_d_j_ˈuː_s/

Synonyms for produce

merchandise (noun)

article, cargo, commodity, effects, goods, inventory, merchandise, staple, stock, ware.

merchandises (noun)

effects, goods, stocks, wares, Cargoes, Inventories, Commodities, articles, staples, merchandises.

Sense 1 (noun)

amniocentesis, amniotic fluid, antenatal, birth, anti-choice, baby blues, baby shower, the afterbirth.

Sense 2 (noun)

animation, bear, cut, cutaway, cutting room, direct, direction, dub, rich, yield, dub in, dub out, dub over.

Sense 3 (noun)

aphrodisiac, base, carbohydrate, confectionery, convenience food, creole, dairy, kin, comfort food, baby food.

Sense 4 (noun)

bang out, churn out, grind out, gross, money, net, pay, repay, return, roll out, rush out, turn out.

Sense 5 (noun)

catalyze, compose, indite, start-off, trigger, write.

Sense 6 (noun)

assemble, display, exhibit, fashion, forge, frame, hold up, mold, present, put together, shape, show, trot out, yield up, wheel out.

Sense 7 (noun)

breed, procreate, spawn.

Sense 8 (noun)

draw out, elongate, extend, increase, lengthen, long, prolong, protract, spin, stretch, Prolongate.

food (noun)


fruit and vegetables (noun)

crop, fruitage, goods, greengrocery, harvest, outcome, outgrowth, outturn, production, yield.

merchandise (noun)

article, cargo, commodity, effects, goods, inventory, merchandise, staple, stock, ware.

merchandises (noun)

stocks, wares, Cargoes, Inventories, Commodities, articles, staples, merchandises.

produce (noun)

acquire, bring about, bring forth, bring on, bring out, create, develop, farm, garden truck, get, give rise, green goods, green groceries, grow, make, raise.

product (noun)

aftermath, amount, butter, cheese, consequence, cream, crop, emolument, food, fruit, fruitage, grain, harvest, ingathering, milk, outcome, outgrowth, profit, realization, resultant, return, vegetable.

vegetables (noun)


cause (verb)

bring about, cause, drive, effect, elicit, enforce, engender, engineer, evoke, execute, force, generate, induce, inspire, make, motivate, originate, provoke, give rise to.

cause, effect (verb)

bring about, generate, hatch, induce, make for, muster, occasion, provoke, secure, work up, get up, set off, give rise to, result in, draw on.

create (verb)

build, construct, develop, fabricate, form, formulate, grind out, conceive, create, generate, invent, make, originate.

demonstrate, show (verb)

advance, bring forward, display, exhibit, put forward, set forth, unfold, bring to light.

generate, create (verb)

afford, assemble, author, bear, beget, blossom, breed, bring forth, bring out, build, come through, compose, conceive, construct, contribute, cultivate, deliver, design, develop, devise, effectuate, engender, erect, fabricate, fetch, flower, form, frame, furnish, give, give birth, give forth, imagine, invent, make, manufacture, multiply, offer, originate, parent, present, procreate, propagate, provide, put together, render, reproduce, return, supply, write, turn out, show fruit.

originate (verb)

begin, commence, conceive, create, hatch, inaugurate, induct, initiate, institute, introduce, invent, start, generate, originate.

produce (verb)

cultivate, father, manufacture, mother, build, construct, create, develop, execute, fabricate, form, generate, invent, make, originate.

put on a public performance (verb)

direct, mount, percolate, perform, perk, show, stage, pull off, DO.

Sense 1

achieve, afford, churn out, crank out, dramatize, mass-produce, productivity, propagate, reap, roll out, rush out, yield up, Prolongate, Dairy Products, pump out, bash out, rerelease.

Sense 2

bang out, elongate, forge, indite, lengthen, multiply, perform, prolong, protract, provide, recover, spin, stamp out, stretch, trot out, yield, knock together, wheel out.

Sense 3

compose, extend, impregnate, operate, procreate, come up with.

Sense 4

breed, deliver, exhibit, frame, turn in, write.

Sense 5

world, turn out.

Sense 6

assemble, presentation, process, repay, knock out.

Sense 7

display, hold up, pay, projection.

Sense 8


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Sense 15

present, show.






spin off.

Usage examples for produce

  1. This event might produce a great change in the situation of things: it is supposed Mr. Fox would come into place, and he has been generally understood to be disposed for war. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  2. There isn't much chance of our being called upon to produce our money, or part with it. – Do and Dare A Brave Boy's Fight for Fortune by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  3. This extraordinary uncle obeyed his niece; and Robin knew very well that Germany was the last country in the world to produce men who did that. – The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight by Elizabeth von Arnim
  4. " But in that case," said I, " as you can't produce the body, neither of you can get the property." – The Eye of Osiris by R. Austin Freeman
  5. When her second and third attempt alike failed to produce any response, she determined once more to summon the husband to second her efforts. – A Question of Marriage by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

Idioms for produce

  1. produce sth from sth;
  2. produce sth for sth;

Quotes for produce

  1. Even a true artist does not always produce art.
  2. But if I really want to produce my own work and tell stories, then I will.
  3. I'd rather direct than produce. Any day. And twice on Sunday.
  4. Three hours a day will produce as much as a man ought to write.
  5. Because we believe ourselves to be better parents than our parents, we expect to produce better children than they produced.

Rhymes for produce