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EN[pɹəˈdjuːst] [pɹəˈd͡ʒuːst] [pɹəˈdust] [-uːst]
生产 (produce的过去式和过去分词)

    Examples of produced in a Sentence

  • 例句 produce
    1. Surely those produce a touch of reverberance?
    2. But he still saw his side produce a rousing display which owed much to their lauded prowess from set-pieces, despite Uefa regulations meaning the pitch had to be widened and, in the process, the run-up area for Delap's long throws reduced.
    3. A billion trips are made on the school run every year and, between us, parents produce two million extra tons of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, a cause of global warming.
    4. The sekere may be twisted, shaken or slapped to produce a subtle variety of effects.
    5. Monsanto practices selective breeding to produce high-yield seeds.
    6. They produce several quality sherries.
    7. Fresh butter, salt beef, anchovies, tunny, a shopful of Planchet's commodities, fowls, vegetables, salad, fish from the pond and the river, game from the forest--all the produce, in fact, of the province.
  • 例句 produces
    1. The mixture of sulphuric acid and water produces heat.
    2. Crocine is responsible for color, picrocrocine produces the slightly bitter taste, and safranal gives off saffron’s distinctive aroma.
    3. One hectare (about 2.5 acres) of forest cleared and converted to ranchland or crops produces a piece of land worth, on average, $200 to $500.
    4. Suppose we have a widget factory that produces 100 widgets per year, and a sprocket factory that produces 200 sprockets per year.
    5. Next Reports Climatic Limits on Landscape Development in the Northwestern Himalaya Nicholas Brozovi , * Douglas W. Burbank, Andrew J. Meigs The interaction between tectonism and erosion produces rugged landscapes in actively deforming regions.
    6. Suppose we have a widget factory that produces 100 units per year...
    7. Perhaps the most exciting area in evolution is in exploring how rewiring the circuitry of genes produces different arthropod appendages, or wingspots on butterflies.
    8. I am inventing a language which must necessarily burst forth from a very new poetics, that could be defined in a couple of words: Paint, not the thing, but the effect it produces. - Stéphane Mallarmé
  • 例句 produced
    1. 1965 was a banner year for the company; it produced a million widgets for the first time.
    2. Our new acquaintance very deliberately coiled up the tube of his hookah and produced from behind a curtain a very long befrogged topcoat with astrakhan collar and cuffs. (from The Sign of the Four, by Arthur Conan Doyle)
    3. Many women seeking natural remedies have turned to compounding pharmacies, druggists who promise so-called bioidentical hormones that are chemically synthesized but have the same molecular structure as hormones produced by a woman’s body.
    4. We have no direct evidence that excystation occurs while the chromatoids are present. The amoeba illustrated in Fig. 27 may be excysting with chromatoids. However, this may also be artificial excystation produced by fixation.
    5. Maloney’s moment of magic ensured they did not. For Scotland, who produced the best of what cohesive football there was on the night, it was a merited outcome.
    6. Bloomerssometimes diaperish, usually subversive and most women’s idea of fashion hellproduced smirks and double-takes in New York and Europe.
    7. At 5-1 down, she produced a great comeback to win the set on a tiebreak.
    8. the entoplastic modification of the cell protoplasm, by which a nucleus is produced
    9. The wool on my arm produced a strange feeling.
    10. Paul Robinson produced a spectacular full-stretch stop to deny David Fox his first goal of the season from 25 yards before Elliott Bennett fired into the side netting when he should have done much better from eight yards.
  • 例句 producing
    1. To the Editor: The May 4 Green Traveler column (“Trying to Lighten that Carbon Footprint ”) cites Friends of the Earth’s negative comments regarding Richard Branson’s biofueled flight and the drawbacks of producing biofuels for air travel.
    2. The development of the schistose or gneissic structure is accompanied by the recrystallization of the rock materials, producing new minerals of a platy or columnar type adapted to this parallel arrangement.
    3. [ … ] the hypochondriacal British ceramist William De Morgan, who spent winters in Florence for his health while gradually bankrupting his business back home producing iridescent mythological scenes on tiles, vases and plates.
    4. Mamet, like one of his characters, invents a labyrinthine, convoluted spiel leading nowhere, and like a magician distracts us with his words while elaborately not producing a rabbit from his hat.
    5. The last load, as we Yankees say, was a "Mammoth": [ …] producing an aggregate of nearly twelve cords.
    6. The temperatures required for producing a crystalline solid out of such a "one-component plasma" (3) are in the millikelvin range.
    7. California is taking the lead, producing a paprika that is more standardized and more uniformly available than the European growers offer.
    8. The megapode is viewed as a ‘specialised’ galliform, having extended the phasianid incubation period and producing superprecocial hatchlings that have developed in the egg for a further four weeks.
  1. en produced water
资料来源: 维基词典
困难度: 级别 1
容易     ➨     困难
明确性: 级别 1
明确的    ➨     多用途