Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Produce"

The meaning of "Produce" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Fresh produce mean?
A: Fresh fruits and vegetables 🍅🍒🥦😊
Q: What does fresh produce mean?
A: fresh fruits and vegetables
Q: What does produce mean?
A: It means two things.

Verb: to produce
It means to make something from raw materials.
"Boeing produces many airplanes"

Noun: produce
Fruits and vegetables
Q: What does should we stick to a produce based diet? mean?
A: 主に果物や野菜を食べる

Example sentences using "Produce"

Q: Please show me example sentences with produce.
A: “The grocery store stocks produce.”
[Here “produce” = a ‘noun’ meaning agricultural products (vegetables, fruit, etc.)]

“Please produce more products.”
[Here “produce” is used as a ‘verb’ that mean basically ‘make’]
Q: Please show me example sentences with to produce.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with produce.
A: Produce: to make
1.) Toyota will produce a new car next year.
2.) This company produces spoons.

Produce: cause to happen
1.) Pollution produced global warming.
2.) The medication did not produce any significant results

Produce: food grown by farming
1.) dairy produce
2.) The produce isle
Q: Please show me example sentences with produce.
A: It has MANY meanings.
"They sell produce at the grocery store."
Produce = fruit and vegetables
"He produces music for other artists."
Produce = electronically make music
"He produced that TV show."
Producer = person that is in charge of creating/building something.
"He produced the money from his pocket."
Produce = take out from, present
"The plant produces flowers in the spring."
Produce = creates

Synonyms of "Produce" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between produce and manufacture ?
A: Produce is the result of an object or the process of a making (can be abstract) and manufacture is the making of an object (implies strictly physical)
Q: What is the difference between produce and yield ?
A: Produce:
1) to cause to happen or come into existence
2) to make something from components or raw materials

Yield:
1) to cause to happen or come into existence
2) to give in to demands, arguments, or pressure from other people.
Q: What is the difference between produce and create ?
A: When something is "created" you're making it out of nothing. But, when you "produce" something, you made it or formed it from something else that already exists.
Q: What is the difference between produce and production ?
A: Produce could mean stock or is a verb and production is a noun (it's a process of producing)
Q: What is the difference between produce and product ?
A: Produce has two meanings:

1) to create something
2) the fresh food at the grocery store

I'm assuming you need the produce to create a product. That means you create something. The thing you create is the product.

Translations of "Produce"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? produce
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? produce
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? produce
A: There are two ways.

"produce" as in "to compose" or "to make"←1st pronunciation

and "produce" as in "goods" or "product"←2nd pronunciation
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? produced
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? produced
A: Produced is correct

Other questions about "Produce"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce produce do it slow please .
A: Hay dos "produce", uno es de vegetales y frutas, y el otro es de producir algo. Asumo que es el de segundo?
Q: Please show me how to pronounce produce.
A: This word has two different meanings a verb and a noun I will say the verb first and then the noun.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce produce.
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Q: What does "with excess produce" mean?


Action Hunger is committed to alleviating poverty and hardship amongst the homeless. We install vending machines that provide free food and clothing in key locations of cities across the United Kingdom — and beyond. ??? ? This is how we work: ??? ? 1. Food is received from supermarkets, charities, and local shops with excess produce. We also purchase additional items such as socks and sanitary towels. ??? ? 2. Volunteers distribute the food and items across our network of vending machines on a daily basis. ??? ? 3. Those in need access the machines using a special key card.
A: excess = extra, more than what is needed, more than is desired
produce = food that is grown (vegetables, fruits, etc.)
Note: This is a less common meaning of the word "produce"

excess produce = extra food

Q: You can keep going to arrange the produce schedule. does this sound natural?
A: Keep arranging the production schedule. Keep going indicates continuation of the current task, and you don't usually say anything after it. Verbs cannot be used to modify nouns directly, and in this case, since you are referring to the schedule of the act of producing, use the noun form. In general "You can" sounds a little awkward when used to indicate permission (unless it is a response to a question; a simple "you can" is sufficient then)

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