product

[ prod-uh kt, -uhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF product

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRODUCT

The poor man often does not receive the product of his own work.

Formerly duty was paid not upon the root itself but its product.

Dilly looked at this product of the patient art of woman with a dispirited gaze.

By the close of 1869, it is expected the product will reach a thousand tons daily.

The latter ordered the road to refuse to carry the product of their competitors.

The Hizen was an American product, having been built by Cramps in 1902.

He should learn what the South Americans want and conform his product to their wants.

Suddenly, what they had recently undergone seemed the product of an illusion, a dream.

The Jack frame is similar except that its product is finer and smoother.

Now, however, there is a growing tendency to diversify the product.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRODUCT

deliverable

nounsomething done to fulfill a realistic expectation

deliverables

nounsomething done to fulfill a realistic expectation
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