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end product

noun as in things produced

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The haloed version of the shopping cart is not, however, the end product for Imagr.

“It seemed like that would be a perfect project that would engage the kids and result in a successful end product,” Zigler said, adding that the class focuses on creating innovative products that have a positive impact on society.

Hosts may well continue to stream from home regularly even as the pandemic eases, although Sands thinks that brands may prefer to have sponsored slots filmed in studio to achieve a more polished end product.

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The end product — the one you can buy at Best Buy — is going to come, I think, in the next three, four years from now.

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Which is that he’s the end product of an incredibly curious life and that there is no subject he can’t speak on knowledgeably.

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Murdoch is proud of the end product, no matter how many find it “twee”…whatever that means.

Functionally, the end product makes walking around look a lot like playing a first-person shooter game like Halo.

The Coma Cluster, like the Local Group, is the end product of billions of years of cosmic evolution.

He says the project is not about the end product itself, but about breaking another boundary, conceptually.

The rave response the end product received at a screening of pals convinced her to shop the footage as a pilot to networks.

I am the end-product of an equation our ancestors found a million years ago.

The focus of the Nursing as Caring theory, then, is not toward an end product such as health or wellness.

Upon hydrolysis starch gives first a mixture of dextrin and maltose, then glucose alone as an end-product.

We get essentially the same physical end product as we would from a closely managed operation, plus a great saving in labor.

You can grow wood either in natural stands or in plantations, and the end product is very little different.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to end product, such as: final product, final result, finished product, handiwork, manufacture, and output.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.