producer[ pruh-doo-ser, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF producer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRODUCER
Spawn, why didn't you tell me you were a producer of quicksilver?
Every member of the whole organized association is a producer.
Yes, the producer will always claim the whole show if it all goes well.
You know that you owe your reputation as a producer to me, and don't be selfish.
Every member of every family in the future will be a producer of some kind and in some degree.
A bad road is an indication and a producer of degeneracy in man and beast.
For almost every producer in Victoria there is a non-producer in the capital.
In other words, it must have a social use-value, a use-value to others, and not merely to the producer.
The producer, be he ever so old or ever so often out of a job, can catch on again.
The producer cannot employ him because the wage is too high, and the hours are too short.