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Synonyms for produce

Synonyms for produce

to bring forth (a product)

to bring (a product or idea, for example) into being

to form by artistic effort

to create by forming, combining, or altering materials

Synonyms for produce

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In this application, most of the added aluminum is oxidized; however, some unreacted aluminum is retained by the iron at levels that can produce aluminum-induced gas defects.
He says one of these devices could produce enough extra energy to power 900 homes by treating the wastes from a single large food processing plant.
This plant produces good yields of high molecular weight rubber, is easy to tissue culture and transform, and meaningful rubber phenotypes can be obtained within six months.
Whereas a fuel cell running on gaseous hydrogen leaves behind only electricity and water, Schmidt's reformer produces a byproduct of waste gases, including carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.
The company's Kangas mill has a staff of 380 and produces coated paper: 100,000 metric tons/year on PM 2 and 220,000 tons/year on PM 4.
Many plants, after insects have munched on them for a day or so, produce a protein that can weaken or kill their predators by interfering with digestive enzymes called proteases.
High voltage cables, which may run throughout the building, are shielded and produce no external electric field).
Modern food-production techniques ensure that moldy foods no longer produce mass hallucinations and panic.
Ninety percent of the respondents to the survey said they use desktop to produce printed materials; 70 percent said they produce charts and graphs on desktop (chart 1).
LOS ANGELES -- Family Room Entertainment (OTCBB:FMLY) is pleased to announce that earlier this morning, its wholly owned subsidiary, Emmett/Furla Films, announced in conjunction with Millennium Films that they had acquired the rights to produce and distribute a feature film based on the "Red Sonja" property as well as the allied and ancillary rights.
An advantage of this process, Melis says, is that it produces no polluting byproducts.
Stock Drive produces belts from rubber sleeving that contain the teeth on the inside circumference, but must be cut to the proper width.
And physicists were hoping that in this way they could make a field strong enough to produce positrons out of the vacuum--or, as some of them put it, to produce positrons by ionizing space-time itself.
An obstacle facing sand foundries in the production of prototype cast metal components is finding a prototyping process to produce sand molds and/or cores.