production in Vietnamese

Pronunciation
n. sự đưa ra, sự trình bày, sự chế tạo, sự sản xuất, sự kéo dài của một đường, tác phẫm, sản phẫm, sự phát xuất

Example Sentences

After reading some internal reports prepared by our production department, I was suddenly feeling less than optimistic about profits this coming year.
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The state of California represents 82% of the world production of almonds that the planet is increasingly fond of.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The numbers don't lie and the present report indicated production was substantially down in the last quarter.
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The decrease in labour productivity needed to be analysed cooperatively by the production department managers and by Human Resources management.
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If production declines, we will need a substitute.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The critics asked me to send them the trailers I received from the production companies and the photographs of the actors at the press conferences.
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We value quality over quantity in our production.
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Gains in development, increasing agricultural production, declining rates in infectious diseases are being driven by African plans.
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The general strike has ended. Industrial production will continue after all.
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“The [worker absenteeism] impacts food production by 27%, according to the last measurement,” said Arvelaez.
(Voice of America)
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Synonyms

the act or process of producing something: steel production, rainmaking, devising, human activity, human action, fashioning, canalisation, foliation, act, growing, making, deed, canalization
a presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television: staging, coup de theatre, presentation, theatrical production
an artifact that has been created by someone or some process: flick, picture show, work, brainchild, creation, outturn, paper, spin-off, film, movie, turnery, end product, motion-picture show, by-product, picture, product, pic, piece of work, volume, moving-picture show, fruit, turnout, inspiration, motion picture, job, yield, deliverable, magazine, byproduct, newspaper, output, book, moving picture
(law) the act of exhibiting in a court of law: exhibition
a display that is exaggerated or unduly complicated: display


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