Definition of 'producer'
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But the problems of his years battling record producers was a long way off. The Sun (2016)She is the toast of Hollywood right now and producers know any film she gets on board with will be a huge hit. The Sun (2016)A buyer has been found, reportedly a French film producer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But what role will such emerging producers play in the future? Times, Sunday Times (2007)His brother is an established documentary producer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it is the responsibility of producers not to play to these sorts of instincts. The Sun (2007)This is the key job of the producer but the two of them are very uplifting in the studio. The Sun (2013)The ruling will largely see the end of stars or their agents credited as executive producers for their programmes. The Sun (2009)Support services, food producers and general retailers issued the highest number of warnings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But prices are so low that most gas producers are loss-making. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My father was famous and my mum's a film producer and it was all quite hectic. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's a whole new world of chic chefs and funky food producers. The Sun (2013)She has since worked as a radio producer and hosted programmes criticising the Cuban leader. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What are the Heartbeat producers playing at? The Sun (2008)I always wanted to be a record producer as it seemed glamorous. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I thought that was the producers' job. The Sun (2013)For a time it was the single largest producer of new jobs in the EU. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Britain's food and drink industry will also relish the opportunity to sell to a country whose domestic producers in this field are notoriously inefficient. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This juicy Cape chardonnay comes from one of the country 's best producers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Cats transports and processes gas on behalf of most of the major North Sea gas producers. The Sun (2015)Time to become a chat-show host, journalist or record producer! The Secrets of Musical Confidence (1994)The next one down worked for a film producer before she too went to South America. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many food producers import packaging, fertiliser or machinery from Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mind Candy has held talks with Hollywood studios and film producers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He subsequently worked his way up through the business, becoming one of the company 's leading producers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Russia, the leading producer of natural gas and one of the two leading oil producers, is the global winner. Times, Sunday Times (2007)UK Coal is the country 's biggest producer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: producer /prəˈdjuːsə/ NOUN
A producer is a person whose job is to produce plays, films, programmes, or CDs.
...a freelance film producer.
- American English: producer
- Arabic: مُنْتِج
- Brazilian Portuguese: produtor
- Chinese: 生产者
- Croatian: režiser
- Czech: producent
- Danish: producer
- Dutch: producer
- European Spanish: productor
- Finnish: tuottaja
- French: producteur
- German: Hersteller
- Greek: παραγωγός
- Italian: produttore
- Japanese: プロデューサー
- Korean: 생산자
- Norwegian: produsent tv/film
- Polish: producent
- European Portuguese: produtor
- Romanian: producător
- Russian: производитель
- Spanish: productor
- Swedish: producent
- Thai: ผู้ผลิต
- Turkish: üretici
- Ukrainian: продюсер
- Vietnamese: nhà sản xuất
Definition of producer from the Collins English Dictionary
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