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Pronunciation: /kəʊprəˈdjuːs

Definition of co-produce in English:


[with object]
Produce (a theatrical work or a radio or television programme) jointly: Nelson and Epstein co-produced the New York première of Les Troyens
More example sentences
  • This programme has been co-produced by the presenter Chris Green and David Conn.
  • BBC Chinese has teamed up with Shanghai East Radio News Channel to co-produce its first ever radio debate in Shanghai.
  • Additional episodes were co-produced by the network.



Example sentences
  • Each co-producer is taking the series extremely seriously, and is able to shed a unique light in their country's contribution to the race.
  • Mike Small, co-producer of the site, said: ‘This is an online service about the local area, driven by local people.’
  • The production is being overseen by co-producer, Bill Kenwright, who has been developing the project for several years.


Pronunciation: /-ˈdʌkʃ(ə)n/
Example sentences
  • There she served as executive producer for a number of co-productions with partners, including the BBC, and won three international Emmys.
  • She has directed more than 200 radio plays ranging from international co-productions to domestic soap.
  • The programme is also a co-production with the Discovery Channel, which takes North American television and home video rights.

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Pronunciation: ˌin(t)ərˈfyo͞oz
join or mix (two or more things) together