[pruh-doo-sing, -dyoo-]

producing Definition

  • 1to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to happen
  • 2to provide or furnish
  • 3to make or manufacture

Using producing: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "producing" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The factory is producing 500 cars per day.

  • Example

    The company is known for producing high-quality products.

  • Example

    The new policy is aimed at producing better results.

producing Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for producing

Antonyms for producing

Phrases with producing

  • to provide evidence to support a claim or argument


    The lawyer asked the witness to produce evidence to support her testimony.

  • produce results

    to achieve the desired outcome or effect


    The new marketing strategy is expected to produce positive results.

  • to bear fruit, as a tree or plant


    The apple tree in our backyard produces fruit every year.


Summary: producing in Brief

The verb 'producing' [pruh-doo-sing, -dyoo-] means to bring into existence, provide, or manufacture. It can be used to describe the output of a factory or company, as in 'The factory is producing 500 cars per day.' 'Producing' can also be used in phrases like 'produce evidence,' meaning to provide evidence to support a claim, and 'produce fruit,' meaning to bear fruit, as a tree or plant.

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