Definition of Production:

  1. The process of or financial and administrative management involved in making a movie, play, or record.

  2. The action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials, or the process of being so manufactured.

  3. The processes and methods used to transform tangible inputs (raw materials, semi-finished goods, subassemblies) and intangible inputs (ideas, information, knowledge) into goods or services. Resources are used in this process to create an output that is suitable for use or has exchange value.

Synonyms of Production

Manufacture, Manufacturing, Making, Producing, Construction, Building, Fabrication, Assembly, Creation, Nachtmusik, Absolute music, Accomplished fact, Accomplishment, Achievement, Act, Acta, Action, Adaptation, Adventure, Aftermath, Air varie, Aleatory, Aleatory music, Anatomy, Architectonics, Architecture, Arrangement, Article, Artifact, Assembly, Attainment, Autograph, Bearing, Benefit, Best seller, Bill, Blow, Book, Bound book, Brainchild, Build, Building, Bumper crop, Carrying out, Casting, Chamber music, Chamber orchestra, Child, Classic, Coinage, Coloring book, Composition, Computer printout, Concoction, Conformation, Constitution, Construction, Consummation, Copy, Coup, Creation, Creature, Crop, Crowning achievement, Dealings, Debut, Deed, Definitive work, Demonstration, Descant, Development, Direction, Discharge, Dispatch, Display, Distillation, Document, Doing, Doings, Draft, Drama, Dress rehearsal, Edited version, Effect, Effectuation, Effort, Electronic music, Elongation, Enactment, End product, End result, Endeavor, Engrossment, Enterprise, Entertainment, Essay, Essence, Etude, Execution, Exercise, Exhibit, Exhibition, Exploit, Exposition, Exposure, Extension, Extract, Fabric, Fabrication, Fair copy, Fait accompli, Farewell performance, Fashion, Fashioning, Feat, Fiction, Film, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, Flesh show, Flimsy, Folio, Forging, Form, Format, Formation, Forming, Frame, Fructification, Fruit, Fruition, Fulfillment, Gest, Getup, Go, Great work, Hand, Handiwork, Hardback, Harmonization, Harvest, Holograph, Implementation, Incidental music, Instrumental music, Invention, Issue, Job, Juvenile, Juvenile book, Lengthening, Letter, Limp-cover book, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Lucubration, Magnum opus, Make, Makeup, Making, Maneuver, Manufacture, Manufacturing, Manuscript, Masterpiece, Masterwork, Matter, Measure, Mintage, Mise-en-scene, Mission accomplished, Mold, Molding, Motion picture, Mounting, Move, Movie, Moving picture, Multiplication, New mintage, Nocturne, Nonbook, Nonfiction, Notebook, Novel, Oeuvre, Offspring, Opening, Opera, Operation, Opus, Opuscule, Opusculum, Orchestration, Organic structure, Organism, Organization, Original, Origination, Ostentation, Outcome, Outgrowth, Output, Overt act, Paper, Paperback, Parchment, Passage, Pattern, Patterning, Penscript, Performance, Physique, Picture book, Piece, Piece of writing, Plan, Play, Playbook, Pocket book, Poem, Prayer book, Premiere, Preparation, Presentation, Presentment, Printed matter, Printout, Proceeding, Proceeds, Produce, Producing, Product, Program music, Projection, Proliferation, Prolification, Prolongation, Protraction, Psalmbook, Psalter, Publication, Pullulation, Putting out, Reading matter, Realization, Recension, Rehearsal, Representation, Reproduction, Res gestae, Result, Retrospective, Ricercar, Run-through, Score, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Second crop, Second draft, Serial, Setting, Setup, Shape, Shaping, Show, Showing, Sketchbook, Soft-cover, Sonata, Sonatina, Songbook, Stage management, Stage presentation, Staging, Standard work, Step, Storybook, Strain, Stretch, Stretching, String orchestra, String quartet, Stringing out, Stroke, Structure, Structuring, Study, Stunt, Success, Swan song, Tectonics, Tension, Texture, The written word, Theatrical performance, Theme and variations, Thing, Thing done, Tissue, Title, Tome, Tour de force, Trade book, Transaction, Transcript, Transcription, Trio, Tryout, Turn, Turnout, Typescript, Undertaking, Unfolding, Unfoldment, Unveiling, Variation, Varnishing day, Vernissage, Version, Vintage, Volume, Walk-through, Warp and woof, Weave, Web, Work, Works, Writing, Yield

How to use Production in a sentence?

  1. The production of chemical weapons.
  2. Having a good production team can help your business stay up to the task of handling all of your demand needs.
  3. Knowing your production costs will help you to figure out how much profit you can make on each item you sell.
  4. The Republicans were convinced that - despite evidence to the contrary - the lack of production of precipitation in the state of California was not evidence that climate change was actually happening.
  5. The movie was still in production.

Meaning of Production & Production Definition