merchandise, ware, product(noun)
commodities offered for sale
"good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
an artifact that has been created by someone or some process
"they improve their product every year"; "they export most of their agricultural production"
product, mathematical product(noun)
a quantity obtained by multiplication
"the product of 2 and 3 is 6"
a chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction
"a product of lime and nitric acid"
a consequence of someone's efforts or of a particular set of circumstances
"skill is the product of hours of practice"; "his reaction was the product of hunger and fatigue"
intersection, product, Cartesian product(noun)
the set of elements common to two or more sets
"the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Harvest, from the Anglo-Saxon, signified originally "autumn," and as that is the usual season of gathering ripened crops in Northern lands, the word came to its present meaning of the season of gathering ripened grain or fruits, whether summer or autumn, and hence a crop gathered or ready for gathering; also, the act or process of gathering a crop or crops. "The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few," Luke x, 2. "Lift up your eyes and look on the fields, for they are white already to harvest," John iv, 35. Harvest is the elegant and literary word; crop is the common and commercial expression; we say a man sells his crop, but we should not speak of his selling his harvest; we speak of an ample or abundant harvest, a good crop. Harvest is applied almost wholly to grain; crop applies to almost anything that is gathered in; we speak of the potato-crop, not the potato-harvest; we may say either the wheat-crop or the wheat-harvest. Produce is a collective word for all that is produced in farming or gardening, and is, in modern usage, almost wholly restricted to this sense; we speak of produce collectively, but of a product or various products; vegetables, fruits, eggs, butter, etc., may be termed farm-produce, or the products of the farm. Product is a word of wider application than produce; we speak of the products of manufacturing, the products of thought, or the product obtained by multiplying one number by another. The word proceeds is chiefly used of the return from an investment: we speak of the produce of a farm, but of the proceeds of the money invested in farming. The yield is what the land gives up to the farmer's demand; we speak of the return from an expenditure of money or labor, but of the yield of corn or oats. Harvest has also a figurative use, such as crop more rarely permits; we term a religious revival a harvest of souls; the result of lax enforcement of law is a harvest of crime. As regards time, harvest, harvest-tide, and harvest-time alike denote the period or season when the crops are or should be gathered (tide being simply the old Saxon word for time). Harvest-home ordinarily denotes the festival of harvest, and when used to denote simply the season always gives a suggestion of festivity and rejoicing, such as harvest and harvest-time by themselves do not express.
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It was actually created by a retired sheriff officer. He did not like the fact that people were being shot when the officers do have time (to consider options) but they had no other option in lethal force, so this product gives the officer another option in that scenario when it's not reactive, and they do have the time to put it on.
This is a solvable problem because you are losing product that you could sell, but the entire industry has to take action to stop the problem.
We have to provide a guarantee of the product. I think the responsibility to choose the tires remains, and has to remain, in our hands because we don’t want our tires not to be used properly, i think we can find a way to provide safe tires, giving also some flexibility. But the basic choice of the tires has to be made by us.
Sure enough this means that a country like Germany, which today spends around 1.2 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) on defense, and the United States, which spends 3.4 percent of GDP for defense will have to converge.
GDF brought back memories of nationalisations. They're clearly turning the page, the notion of public service is over, gas has become a product like any other, they acknowledge that with the name change.
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- حاصل الضرب, المنتجArabic
- нәтижә, һөҙөмтә, тауарBashkir
- стока, следствие, производство, продукт, резултат, произведениеBulgarian
- producteCatalan, Valencian
- zboží, součin, výrobekCzech
- Produkt, ReaktionsproduktGerman
- προϊόν, γινόμενοGreek
- produto, produktaĵoEsperanto
- حاصل ضربPersian
- reaktiotuote, tuotanto, tulo, tuoteFinnish
- iolrach, táirge, toradhIrish
- pwoduiHaitian Creole
- szorzat, termékHungarian
- արգասիք, արդյունք, ապրանքArmenian
- prodotto, fruttoItalian
- 製品, 生成物, 積, 商品, 結果Japanese
- 제품, 상품Korean
- produkts, ražojumsLatvian
- hua, otingaMāori
- product, resultaat, reactieproduct, artikelDutch
- efekt, wynik, produkt, produkcja, iloczynPolish
- produto, produtos, produção, produçõesPortuguese
- producție, produsRomanian
- плод, продукт, продукция, выработка, товар, результат, произведениеRussian
- produkt, resultat, varaSwedish
- حاصل ضربUrdu
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