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producer

noun pro·duc·er \prə-ˈdü-sər, prō-, -ˈdyü-\

: someone who is in charge of making and usually providing the money for a play, movie, record, etc.

: someone or something that grows or makes particular goods or products

Full Definition of PRODUCER

1
:  one that produces; especially :  one that grows agricultural products or manufactures crude materials into articles of use
2
:  a person who supervises or finances a work (as a staged or recorded performance) for exhibition or dissemination to the public
3
:  an autotrophic organism (as a green plant) viewed as a source of biomass that can be consumed by other organisms — compare consumer

Examples of PRODUCER

  1. the producer of the play
  2. He is the director and producer.
  3. The country is the world's leading oil producer.

First Known Use of PRODUCER

1513

Other Agriculture/Gardening Terms

fallow, graft, heirloom, loam, potash, soilage, swath, tilth, windfall

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