Producer

Definition of Producer

Pro`du´cer
n.1.One who produces, brings forth, or generates.
2.One who grows agricultural products, or manufactures crude materials into articles of use.
3.(Iron & Steel Manuf.) A furnace for producing combustible gas which is used for fuel.

Related Words

MC, actor, administrator, agent, ancestors, apprentice, architect, artificer, artist, auteur, author, ballyhoo man, barker, begetter, beginner, builder, callboy, catalyst, causer, conceiver, conductor, constructor, costume designer, costumer, costumier, craftsman, creator, deputy, designer, deviser, directeur, director, discoverer, doer, effector, emcee, engenderer, engineer, equestrian director, executant, executor, executrix, exhibitor, fabricator, farmer, father, founder, generator, governor, grower, impresario, inaugurator, industrialist, initiator, inspirer, instigator, institutor, intendant, introducer, inventor, journeyman, maker, makeup man, manager, manufacturer, master, master craftsman, master of ceremonies, medium, mother, mover, operant, operative, operator, organizer, originator, parent, past master, performer, perpetrator, planner, playreader, practitioner, precursor, prime mover, primum mobile, processor, prompter, raiser, realizer, rector, responsible person, ringmaster, scenewright, set designer, shaper, showman, sire, smith, spieler, stage director, stage manager, subject, supercargo, theater man, theatrician, ticket collector, usher, usherer, usherette, worker, wright
Word:

Browse

Prodigalize
Prodigally
Prodigate
Prodigence
Prodigious
Prodigiously
Prodigiousness
Prodigy
Prodition
Proditor
Proditorious
Proditory
Prodromal
Prodrome
Prodromous
Prodromus
Produce
Produce race
Producement
Producent
-Producer-
Producer's goods
Producer's surplus
Producibility
Producible
Product
Productibility
Productible
Productile
Production
Productive
Productivity
Productress
Productus
Proeguminal
Proem
Proembryo
Proemial
Proemptosis
proenzyme
Proface
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© 2014 Delaflex, Inc.Dictionary Home