Translation of production in Spanish:

production

Pronunciation: /prəˈdʌkʃən/

noun/nombre

  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (showing) presentación (feminine) on production of the correct documents al presentar la documentación correspondiente, previa presentación de la documentación correspondiente
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    • The tickets cost £25 on production of the special letter and a utility bill proving that the resident lives at the address.
    • Entry is free to York residents on production of a York Card.
    • For a limited period, the normal design fee of £30 is waived on production of the voucher on this page.
  • 3 countable/numerable (staging, version) [Theater/Teatro] [Cinema/Cine] producción (feminine) the Broadway production of the show la versión del espectáculo or la producción que se presentó en Broadway
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    • Costs are a function of tile size and the manufacturer's production volume and processes.
    • There were drops in the prices of all stocks of companies whose raw materials or production costs are excise-sensitive.
    • This tends to be accompanied by rising inventories and followed by reduced manufacturing production.
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    • By the late 1890s, he had developed a successful commercial film production and processing business.
    • Nonetheless, Rod is another director for whom a studio is rushing to get a film in production before The Strike.
    • What the film lacks in production values it makes up for in heart, sharing with us a tale most film audiences rarely see.
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    • They will perform two of the most spectacular of their productions, Swan Lake and La Bayadere.
    • The colours are bright yet muted, as often found in relatively low budget productions.
    • Nevertheless, the Fringe remains a test bed for some interesting and radical productions.

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