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fertilize to make able to produce babies, seeds, fruit, or eggs. [1/3 definitions]
figure of speech words used in an unusual way to produce a certain effect. Metaphors and similes are figures of speech.
flame to burst into or produce flames; burn. [1/4 definitions]
flower to blossom or produce flowers; bloom. [1/3 definitions]
froth to produce froth; foam. [1/2 definitions]
generate to bring into being or to produce.
give to produce. [1/7 definitions]
hammer anything that is used like a hammer to produce a sound. [1/5 definitions]
hatch1 to produce or create. [1/3 definitions]
inefficient taking too much time or supplies to produce or reach results.
infertile not able to produce crops. [1/2 definitions]
inflame to cause or produce redness and swelling in. [1/3 definitions]
in the nick of time at the last possible moment to produce some result.
juniper an evergreen shrub or small tree with cones that produce berries.
larynx the structure at the top of the windpipe that contains the vocal cords, which produce the human voice; voice box.
lay1 to produce an egg. [1/6 definitions]
make to create or produce. [1/10 definitions]
mammal a warm-blooded animal with fur or hair on its skin and a skeleton inside its body. Mammal mothers produce milk to feed their babies. Most mammals have four legs or two arms and two legs. Dogs, cows, elephants, mice, whales, and humans are all mammals.
mule1 the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. Mules are as large as horses, with the longer ears of a donkey. Mules can not produce young. People breed mules to use for riding or for pulling loads. [1/2 definitions]
multiply1 to produce offspring; reproduce. [1/5 definitions]
OPEC an association made up of several Arab nations that sell the oil they produce to other countries. OPEC is an abbreviation for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.