Definition of production:
fruit, manufacturing, output, debut, take, outturn, giving, output signal, cutaway, dub, appearance, toil, stock, the carbon cycle, motion picture, mass production, employment, return, command performance, exertion, wheel out, handiwork, bearing, exhibit, productive, opus, animation, ware, product, procreation, dub out, doing, booking, work, turnout, direction, double bill, takings, present, factory, means of production, thing, automated, result, intersection, dub over, cutting room, reproduction, act, display, balanced equation, merchandise, adsorb, drudgery, achievement, behave, draw, augmentation, produce, proceeds, piece, trot out, big, aerate, make, mathematical product, bond, payoff, movie, yield, behavior, reverse engineering, double feature, cut, business, crop, blooming, overdo, exaggerate, composition, industrial, occupation, calcify, issue, elaborate, blossoming, mfg., labor, industry, heavy industry, end product, curtain raiser, yielding, direct, planned obsolescence, process, dub in, yield up, increasing, hold up.
- drama (part of speech: noun)
- creation (part of speech: noun)
- endeavor (part of speech: noun)
- production (part of speech: noun)
- venture (part of speech: noun)
He was to meet me here- to- day at two- the other two were to be about- the money was to be paid to me on production of the jewels, for which purpose one of them was to go with me to my boarding- house.- "The Rayner-Slade Amalgamation", J. S. Fletcher.
- "Equality", Edward Bellamy.
- "Keats: Poems Published in 1820", John Keats.