\pɹədjˈuːs], \pɹədjˈuːs], \p_ɹ_ə_d_j_ˈuː_s]\
Definitions of PRODUCE
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n. That which is produced ; product ;-that which is produced by natural growth, or by husbandry ; crops ; fruits ; agricultural products ; that which is raised by breeding, as calved, lambs, &c. ; young stock ; - that which is wrought by machinery ; manufactured goods ; fabrics, &c. ; -sum realised from a sale, commission, or other mercantile transaction ; yield ; return ; profit;-also, the amount collected from a tax or rate ;-issue ; result ;-effect ; consequence.
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