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pro·duc·er

 (prə-do͞o′sər, -dyo͞o′-, prō-)
n.
1. One that produces, especially a person or organization that produces goods or services for sale.
2. A person who supervises and controls the administrative, financial, and commercial aspects of staging a show or performance or of creating and distributing a movie or audio recording.
3. A furnace that manufactures producer gas.
4. Ecology An organism, such as a green plant, that produces its own food through photosynthesis or chemosynthesis and constitutes the first trophic level in a food chain; an autotroph.

producer

(prəˈdjuːsə)
n
1. a person or thing that produces
2. (Theatre) Brit a person responsible for the artistic direction of a play, including interpretation of the script, preparation of the actors, and overall design
3. (Theatre) US and Canadian a person who organizes the stage production of a play, including the finance, management, etc
4. (Broadcasting) the person who takes overall administrative responsibility for a film or television programme. Compare director4
5. (Music, other) the person who supervises the arrangement, recording, and mixing of a record
6. (Economics) economics a person or business enterprise that generates goods or services for sale. Compare consumer1
7. (Chemistry) chem an apparatus or plant for making producer gas
8. (Environmental Science) (often plural) ecology an organism, esp a green plant, that builds up its own tissues from simple inorganic compounds. See also consumer3, decomposer

pro•duc•er

(prəˈdu sər, -ˈdyu-)

n.
1. a person who produces.
2. Econ. a person who produces goods and services or creates economic value.
3. the person responsible for raising money, hiring personnel, and generally supervising business matters for a stage, film, television, or radio production.
4. an organism, as a plant, that is able to produce its own food from inorganic substances.
[1505–15]

pro·duc·er

(prə-do͞o′sər)
An organism that serves as a source of food for other organisms in a food chain. Producers include green plants, which produce food through photosynthesis, and certain bacteria that are capable of converting inorganic substances into food through chemosynthesis. Compare consumer.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.producer - someone who manufactures somethingproducer - someone who manufactures something  
arms manufacturer - someone who manufactures arms and munitions
brewer - the owner or manager of a brewery
distiller - someone who distills alcoholic liquors
food manufacturer - a person who manufactures food products
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
sericulturist - a producer of raw silk
2.producer - someone who finds financing for and supervises the making and presentation of a show (play or film or program or similar work)
creator - a person who grows or makes or invents things
film maker, film producer, filmmaker, movie maker - a producer of motion pictures
theatrical producer - someone who produces theatrical performances
3.producer - something that produces; "Maine is a leading producer of potatoes"; "this microorganism is a producer of disease"
cause - events that provide the generative force that is the origin of something; "they are trying to determine the cause of the crash"

producer

noun
1. director, promoter, impresario, régisseur (French) a freelance film producer
2. maker, manufacturer, builder, creator, fabricator producers of precision instruments and electrical equipment
3. grower, farmer They are producers of high-quality wines.

producer

noun
A person or business that makes or builds something:
Translations
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producer
tuottaja
režiser
producer
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プロデューサー
생산자
producent
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producent
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nhà sản xuất

producer

[prəˈdjuːsəʳ] N
1. [of oil, coal, ore, crop] → productor(a) m/f; [of product] → fabricante mf
2. (Theat) → director(a) m/f de escena (Cine) → productor(a) m/f (TV) → realizador(a) m/f, productor(a) m/f

producer

[prəˈdjuːsər] n
(= artistic director) [show, play] → metteur/euse m/f en scène
[film, programme] → producteur/trice m/f
[product, raw material] → producteur/trice m/f

producer

nProduzent(in) m(f); (Ind also) → Hersteller(in) m(f); (Theat) → Regisseur(in) m(f); (Film, TV, Rad) → Produzent(in) m(f); producer goodsProduktionsgüter pl

producer

[prəˈdjuːsəʳ] n (Agr, Cine, TV, Theatre) → produttore/trice

produce

(prəˈdjuːs) verb
1. to bring out. She produced a letter from her pocket.
2. to give birth to. A cow produces one or two calves a year.
3. to cause. His joke produced a shriek of laughter from the children.
4. to make or manufacture. The factory produces furniture.
5. to give or yield. The country produces enough food for the population.
6. to arrange and prepare (a theatre performance, film, television programme etc). The play was produced by Henry Dobson.
(ˈprodjuːs) noun
something that is produced, especially crops, eggs, milk etc from farms. agricultural/farm produce.
proˈducer noun
a person who produces a play, film, etc, but is usually not responsible for instructing the actors.
product (ˈprodəkt) noun
1. a result. The plan was the product of hours of thought.
2. something manufactured. The firm manufactures metal products.
3. the result of multiplying one number by another. The product of 9 and 2 is 18.
proˈduction (-ˈdakʃən) noun
1. the act or process of producing something. car-production; The production of the film cost a million dollars.
2. the amount produced, especially of manufactured goods. The new methods increased production.
3. a particular performance, or set of repeated performances, of a play etc. I prefer this production of `Hamlet' to the one I saw two years ago.
proˈductive (-ˈdaktiv) adjective
(negative unproductive) producing a lot; fruitful. productive land; Our discussion was not very productive.
productivity (prodəkˈtivəti) noun
the rate or efficiency of work especially in industrial production.

producer

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References in classic literature ?
Then had followed the news that the producer of this awful event was a stranger, a mighty magician at Arthur's court; that he could have blown out the sun like a candle, and was just going to do it when his mercy was purchased, and he then dissolved his enchantments, and was now recognized and honored as the man who had by his unaided might saved the globe from destruction and its peoples from extinction.
Those who live on the frivolities of mankind, or, what is the same thing, their luxuries, have two sets of victims to plunder--the consumer, and the real producer, or the operative.
While the children, scarcely awake, awe-stricken at her manner, their eyes growing larger and larger, remained in this position, she took the baby from her bed--a child's child--so immature as scarce to seem a sufficient personality to endow its producer with the maternal title.
It must be weighed, the various taxes set apart, and the remainder returned to the producer.
He was [29] meant--we see it in the variety, the high level both of matter and style, the animation, the gravity, of one after another of these thoughts--on religion, on poetry, on politics in the highest sense; on their most abstract principles, and on the authors who have given them a personal colour; on the genius of those authors, as well as on their concrete works; on outlying isolated subjects, such as music, and special musical composers--he was meant, if people ever are meant for special lines of activity, for the best sort of criticism, the imaginative criticism; that criticism which is itself a kind of construction, or creation, as it penetrates, through the given literary or artistic product, into the mental and inner constitution of the producer, shaping his work.
In other words, a commodity ceases to have pecuniary value the instant that it passes out of the hands of its producer.
He had so intently watched this tulip, followed it so eagerly from the drawer in Cornelius's dry-room to the scaffold of the Buytenhof, and from the scaffold to the fortress of Loewestein; he had seen it bud and grow in Rosa's window, and so often warmed the air round it with his breath, that he felt as if no one had a better right to call himself its producer than he had; and any one who would now take the black tulip from him would have appeared to him as a thief.
domestic producer against the greed of his consumer.
I had created a new industry, and had brought a producer and several workers into the town.
The workers in each of these families were at once producers and consumers.
Sapsea's composition, that, in spite of his intention to end his days in Cloisterham, and therefore his probably having in reserve many opportunities of copying it, he would have transcribed it into his pocket-book on the spot, but for the slouching towards them of its material producer and perpetuator, Durdles, whom Mr.
So he disbanded his army and the consumers became producers also.