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American English: /ˈprɑdəkt/
British English: /ˈprɒdʌkt/

Translation of product in Spanish:


  • 1 1.1 (Business, Marketing) (before noun) product development
    desarrollo (masculine) de productos
    product lifecycle
    ciclo (masculine) de vida de un producto
    product line
    línea (feminine) de productos
    product manager
    gerente (masculine and feminine) or director, (-tora) (masculine and feminine) de producto
    product manager (masculine and feminine)
    product range
    gama (feminine) de productos
    Example sentences
    • Food labels must be on all processed food products.
    • As well as excellence in customer service and innovative marketing, they reward new products and product development.
    • Despite modest gains in food sales and more significant ones in household products, overall sales were down sharply.
    1.2 (creation, result) it was all a product of his imagination
    todo era producto or fruto de su imaginación
    she's a typical Harvard product
    es el típico producto de Harvard
    Example sentences
    • The end result is the product of numerous ideas and decisions - and a little bit of alchemy!
    • He has done a good job, that's obvious, but you can only judge the product on the end result and that is still to come.
    • In the US and Canada, millers fortify grain, which has a knock-on effect on many products in the food chain.
  • 2 (Mathematics)
    Example sentences
    • The total claimed on the work order is 63 hours and the amount charged is simply the product of that number multiplied by the hourly rate.
    • The product of zero multiplied by a debt or fortune is zero.
    • The force on an object is the product of its mass multiplied by its acceleration.

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