produces in English

verb
1
make or manufacture from components or raw materials.
the company has just produced a luxury version of the aircraft
2
cause (a particular result or situation) to happen or come into existence.
no conventional drugs had produced any significant change
3
show or provide (something) for consideration, inspection, or use.
he produced a sheet of paper from his pocket

Use "produces" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "produces" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "produces", or refer to the context using the word "produces" in the English Dictionary.

1. So yellow and cyan produces green, and yellow and magenta produces red.

2. Strength without love produces the brute. Love without strength produces the weakling.

3. Standing together produces unity.

4. Massage produces wonderful sensations.

5. Good Soil Produces Abundantly

6. 17 Strength without love produces the brute. Love without strength produces the weakling.

7. Biella produces tissues and silks.

8. Heinrich Hertz produces radio waves.

9. Kodak still produces monochrome film.

10. Nuclear fusion produces massive energy.

11. This produces a crude beer.

12. The company produces titanium alloy.

13. Every generation produces new talent.

14. No stalk produces ripe* grain;+

15. This apparatus produces harmful radiations.

16. It produces a degenerative effect.

17. This enterprise produces vulcanized rubber.

18. “Every good tree produces fine fruit.”

19. The test produces tolerably accurate results.

20. 2 Kodak still produces monochrome film.

21. Heat detection produces pictures at night.

22. On the contrary, it produces pleasure.

23. The company produces electronic instrumentation systems.

24. The ciliary body produces aqueous humor.

25. Cryptosporidiosis produces a copious watery diarrhea.

26. The condition that commissariat produces how?

27. Rubbing the stones together produces friction.

28. Hollywood produces a lot of pap.

29. Early child training produces good fruitage.

30. Every profession produces its own best.

31. Adidas produces its first tennis shoe.

32. This produces the sensation of sound.

33. Each material produces a distinctive sound.

34. This situation produces recognizable stress symptoms.

35. Egotism produces disrespectful attitudes toward others.

36. Very soft water produces excellent specimens.

37. The Soviet institutional structure produces decisiveness once decision is taken; it is not one which produces decision quickly.

38. Left untreated, the disease produces massive skin folds, fissures and a weeping cauliflower surface that produces a terrible odour.

39. For example, Stelco’s affiliate Stelpipe produces welded steel pipe, while Stelco produces all of the flat-rolled products.

40. A GOOD-LOOKING waiter produces a light.

41. 13 Hollywood produces a lot of pap.

42. An electric generator that produces alternating current.

43. Creatine is the biomolecule, which produces ATP.

44. Further hydrolysis eventually produces the monosaccharide glucose.

45. A needlepoint stitch that produces zigzag lines.

46. This particular factory produces a facial tissue.

47. The engine produces acoustic power from heat.

48. Marx maintained that only labour produces wealth.

49. This region produces wines of great delicacy.

50. One of the mills still produces snuff.