production


production
noun
1 making/growing sth
ADJECTIVE
full, full-scale

The machine will go into full production in November 2002.

large-scale, mass, volume
increased
peak

the days of peak oil production

small-scale
efficient
annual
domestic
global, worldwide
automobile (esp. AmE), car (esp. BrE)
coal, electricity, energy, gas, oil
cotton, textile
agricultural, beef, corn, crop, food, fruit, hog (AmE), livestock, meat, milk, pork, poultry, wheat
factory, industrial
steel
organic

These substances are not allowed in organic production.

sustainable

sustainable crop production

artistic

Naples surpassed Rome as a centre/center of artistic production in the 18th century.

antibody, egg, hormone, insulin, mucus, testosterone, etc.
… OF PRODUCTION
level, volume

The increase in volume of production brought down the price of the goods.

rate

The rate of production was greater in Saskatchewan than in Alberta.

VERB + PRODUCTION
be in

That particular model is no longer in production.

go into
go out of
begin, enter, start

The new model will enter production in 2009.

They are going to start production of the car next year.

resume

The country has resumed normal oil production.

boost, encourage, expand, improve, increase, maximize, promote, step up, stimulate
control, regulate
cut, cut back, cut back on
block, decrease, disrupt, hinder, inhibit, reduce, suppress

Green tea inhibits the production of this enzyme.

cease, halt, stop
speed up
outsource

Buyers have increasingly outsourced production to lower-cost regions.

PRODUCTION + VERB
increase, rise
fall
PRODUCTION + NOUN
facility, line, plant

a car production plant

methods, process, system, technique
design
schedule

a tough production schedule

run

special production runs of key components

assistant, company, crew, designer, director, manager, staff, team, worker
costs
capacity, level, quota, volume
quality

the movie's direction and production quality

PHRASES
a cut in production, a fall in production
an increase in production, a rise in production
the means of production

They believed that power largely derives from ownership of the means of production.

2 play, film/movie, etc.
ADJECTIVE
successful
controversial
lavish
low-budget, low-cost
original

I had seen the original production in 1956.

amateur, professional
stage
studio

This is not a big studio production.

Broadway, off-Broadway, West End, etc.
local

a local amateur production of ‘The Sound of Music’

touring

a touring production of ‘Cats’

school
television, TV, video
film (esp. BrE), movie (esp. AmE)
theatre/theater, theatrical

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  • Production I.G. — Logo de Production I.G., Inc. 株式会社プロダクション・アイジー [1] Création 15 décembre 1987 …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • production — Production, Productio. La production d une partie, Instrumentum litis. Il pense que les juges asserront jugement sur sa seule production, Suis tabulis causam dicit. Les pieces et productions des parties, Litis instrumentum, Copiae sacculariae,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

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  • Production I.G — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Production I.G. Tipo Estudio de animación Fundación 15 de Diciembre de 1987 Fundador(es) Mitsuhisa Ishikawa Sede …   Wikipedia Español

  • production — I (operation) noun execution, industry, manifestation, manufacture II (output) noun accomplishment, attainment, business, compilation, composition, constitution, construction, consummation, creation, discharge, disclosure, dispatch, effectuation …   Law dictionary

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  • Production — Pro*duc tion, n. [L. productio a lengthening, prolonging: cf. F. production. See {Produce}. ] [1913 Webster] 1. The act or process or producing, bringing forth, or exhibiting to view; as, the production of commodities, of a witness. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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