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And another by-product would be the return of the utility player. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Profit is a by-product of doing something well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Lower cost is a happy by-product. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Rather, it is an inevitable by-product. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Instead of treating laughter as a happy by-product of honesty, it tries too hard. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Instead of treating laughter as a happy by-product of honesty, it tries too hard to be funny. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But the liquid by-product is too toxic to return to nature, so it goes into storage ponds. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Another welcome by-product is increased self-confidence. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)When the bacteria were exposed to very large doses of paracetamol and caffeine together, the amount of the toxic by-product produced was tripled. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Safer roads would be a happy by-product, without restricting the movement of the young people who are so vital to the success of our economy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: by-product NOUN
A by-product is something which is produced during the manufacture or processing of another product.
The raw material for the tyre is a by-product of petrol refining.
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