To lead or place forward or in front.To lengthen out; extend; prolong.To bring forward; bring or offer to view or notice; exhibit.To bring forth; generate; bear; furnish; yield.To cause; effect; bring about.To make; bring into being or form: as, to produce wares.To yield; make accrue: as, money produces interest; capital produces profit.To afford, impart, give, occasion, furnish, supply.To bring forth or yield appropriate offspring, products, or consequences: as, this tree produces well.In political economics, to create value; make anything valuable; bring goods, crops, manufactures, etc., into a state in which they will command a price.n. That which is produced; a product, of either natural growth, bodily yield, labor, or capital: as, the produce of the soil, of the flock, of the factory, etc.n. Specifically — The total yield or outcome: as, the produce of the county for the past year has been very large.n. In com., agricultural products, as grain, lard, hops, etc., and other articles, as petroleum, which are bought and sold with them on the same exchange.n. In metallurgy, the assay percentage of copper ore.n. Synonyms Product, etc. See production.