[prod-uh kt, -uhkt] /ˈprɒd əkt, -ʌkt/
a thing produced by labor:
products of farm and factory; the product of his thought.
a person or thing produced by or resulting from a process, as a natural, social, or historical one; result:
He is a product of his time.
the totality of goods or services that a company makes available; output:
a decrease in product during the past year.
Chemistry. a substance obtained from another substance through chemical change.
something produced by effort, or some mechanical or industrial process
the result of some natural process
a result or consequence
a substance formed in a chemical reaction
(mainly US) any substance used to style hair, such as gel, wax, mousse, or hairspray
See Cartesian product
early 15c., “mathematical quantity obtained by multiplication,” from Medieval Latin productum, in classical Latin “something produced,” noun use of neuter past participle of producere “bring forth” (see produce (v.)). General sense of “anything produced” is attested in English from 1570s.
product prod·uct (prŏd’əkt)
A number or quantity obtained by multiplication. For example, the product of 3 and 7 is 21.
noun, Physics. 1. (no longer in technical use) muon. /mjuː/ noun 1. a former name for muon
[muhm-ferd] /ˈmʌm fərd/ noun 1. Lewis, 1895–1990, U.S. author and social scientist. /ˈmʌmfəd/ noun 1. Lewis. 1895–1990, US sociologist, whose works are chiefly concerned with the relationship between man and his environment. They include The City in History (1962) and Roots of Contemporary Architecture (1972)
[moo-min] /ˈmu mɪn/ noun, Islam. 1. one of the devout.
/ˈmʌməsɪt; -ˌsɛt/ noun 1. an imitation West Country accent used in drama