produce

  

Definitions (2)

1.To bring forth, give rise to, or yield a good through a natural process, as opposed to make or manufacture. Produced goods are usually fungible even if sold under different names or trademarks.
2.Fruits and vegetables as distinguished from corn, rice, wheat, and other grains and staple crops.

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  • I was tasked with determining how many widgets our department is likely to produce, this was challenging to forecast this.

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  • I could not believe that, even on such short notice, Marcy was able to produce all of those documents and statistics at the board meetings today.

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  • My employees' primary responsibility is to produce the finest materials possible, and to do it in the most efficient way that they can.

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