[ US /pɹəˈdusɝ/ ]
[ UK /pɹədjˈuːsɐ/ ]
  1. something that produces
    this microorganism is a producer of disease
    Maine is a leading producer of potatoes
  2. someone who manufactures something
  3. someone who finds financing for and supervises the making and presentation of a show (play or film or program or similar work)
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How To Use producer In A Sentence

  • Likewise, it was ixnay on the ommentcay when asked about reports that former show exec producer Nigel Lythgoe is returning triumphant to the show after having been pushed aside a couple of seasons back when that was their Really Bright Idea for jump-starting "Idol" and revving up ratings. 'D.C. Cupcakes' will get second season; only Ryan Seacrest certain on 'Idol'
  • But he railed against subsidies for ethanol producers and other provisions of the bill that he called unneeded, unnecessary, unwanted sweeteners ' ' to win votes for the package. Tax-Cut Bill Draws Wide Support in Senate
  • The producer disliked the script and demanded a rewrite.
  • Someone co-ordinated with the radio or TV producers and sponsors, and held a larger vision of the whole than either performer or listener could.
  • When prices fall, commodity producers can maintain profitability by cutting costs or increasing output.
  • And the more people who go see them, the more "bankable" Nicolas Cage becomes in the eyes of Hollywood producers, which in turn allows Nicolas Cage to make more movies.
  • The success of our initiative is testament to the high quality calibre of the producers in our region.
  • Even two songs cut with hot producer Gavin Brown and ace keyboardist Richard Bell are merely passable.
  • We also befriended a local compost supplier, a music producer and a writer. Times, Sunday Times
  • When I wrote, imprecisely, that domestic subsidies for agricultural commodities are equivalent to protective tariffs, I was groping at the notion that in both cases (1) domestic consumers/taxpayers pay a premium above the world price and (2) that foreign producers are discouraged from entering the domestic market. The Case for Free Trade, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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