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General words for to produce goods - thesaurus

Synonyms

productise

a British spelling of productize

productize

verb

to make an idea, a service or an item into a product that can be sold

produce

verb

to make or grow something, especially in large quantities and in order to be sold

bring out

to produce a new product and start to sell it

issue

verb

to officially make things available for people to buy or use

churn out

to produce something in large quantities quickly and often carelessly

roll out

business to introduce a new product or service

grind out

to produce something in large quantities, especially when this is boring or difficult

turn out

to produce something, especially in large numbers

manufacture

verb

to make goods in large quantities in a factory

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bang out

to produce something of bad quality in large quantities

bash out

informal to produce something very quickly and without working very hard

crank out

to produce things in large numbers without caring much about their quality

get out

to make something such as a new book available for people to buy

knock off

to produce something quickly and carelessly, often a copy of something else

knock out

informal to produce something quickly or carelessly

knock together

informal to produce something quickly and easily

mass-produce

verb

to make a product in large quantities using machines

overproduce

verb

to produce more of something, for example a product or a crop, than is wanted or needed

press

verb

to make CDs or records in a factory

process

verb

to treat a substance with chemicals or machines in order to make something

produce

verb

used about people or things that develop in a place, or as a result of a process or system

produce

verb

used about things that someone makes or designs using a lot of skill or effort

productivity

noun

the rate at which goods are produced, especially in relation to the time, money, and workers needed to produce them

pump out

informal to produce a lot of something

release

verb

to make a film, game, album etc available for people to see or buy

reprint

verb

to make more copies of a book because all the other copies have been sold

re-release

verb

to make something such as a film or CD available to the public for a second time

rush out

to quickly produce something and make it available for people to buy

saturate the market

to offer much more of a product than customers want to buy

turn in

to produce a particular amount or degree of something

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