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EN[pɹəˈdjuːst] [pɹəˈd͡ʒuːst] [pɹəˈdust] [-uːst]
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生产 (produce的过去式和过去分词)

    Examples of produced in a Sentence

  • 例句 produce
    1. the acreable produce
    2. If there be anatiferous trees, whose corruption breaks forth into barnacles; yet, if they corrupt, they degenerate into maggots, which produce not them again. - Brown's Vulgar Errours.
    3. Using cloning to produce animals that are doomed to a barbarous death adds insult to injury, said Leonardo Anselmi, president of an antibullfighting organization, Stop Our Shame.
    4. ...but that is really a backhanded rent, because I have sold all the produce of my farm six months before I am called upon to pay the last six months' rent.
  • 例句 produces
    1. When I talk of men producing and using pornography and women being portrayed in pornography, I do not suggest that all men use pornography, that no woman produces pornography or that only women are ever portrayed pornographically.
    2. A bad seed produces a bad tree and in due course bad fruit, and a good seed produces a good tree and good fruit.
    3. Another possibility is camelina, which produces a tiny, mustardlike seed from which oil can be extracted, It does not require extensive fertilization.
    4. By anagramming letters and altering the order of words, he produces two quatrains, which we content merely to quote as examples of gadzookery.
    5. Soaking camomile leaves in hot water for five minutes produces a very relaxing herb tea.
    6. The corresponding 1,3,4-thiadiazole 108 produces the thia-bridged hexacycle 109 on treatment with norbornadiene 1 either thermally or under high pressure.
    7. 1997, From an inner pocket he produces a costly Ramillies Wig, shakes it out in a brisk Cloud of scented Litharge, and claps it on, with a minimum of fuss, over his ascetic’s Crop. — Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon
    8. One swine megafarm in Milford Valley, Utah, reputedly produces more sewage than the city of Los Angeles.
  • 例句 produced
    1. The bubbling produced a froth with would overflow the glass unless you drank quickly. This, of course, would get you quite slarmied in a hurry.
    2. A quickly-produced suboptimal solution to a problem is often more useful than an optimal one that takes a long time to produce.
    3. That torvous, sour look produced by anger. — Derham.
    4. Initiates know that beyond the wall of fluttering pant legs lies a trove of bluejeans produced by niche Japanese labels in the kind of ultradesirable limited editions that recall Richard Serra lithographs or Red Shoulder chardonnay.
    5. When the changes produced by congestion are visible, as in the eye, the nostril, the mouth, the genital organs, and on the surface of the body in white or unpigmented animals, the part appears red from the increase of blood [ …]
    6. IN 1927 The New York Times reported from Berlin about an astounding recent invention: a box with a brass rod and ring that, when the inventor moved his hands around them, produced a violinlike sound of “extraordinary beauty and fullness of tone.”
    7. The synthesiser produced an eerie, voicelike sound.
    8. This estimate is completely unreliable! It was produced by a wild-ass.
  • 例句 producing
    1. Instead of producing thrust, they cogenerate electricity and heat, meeting another goal of the sustainability plan.
    2. He was obsessed with making LSD even purer than Sandoz, producing it first in powder form in gelatin capsules as well as light-blue liquid (“Mother's Milk”) that was easily recognizable when titrated onto sugar cubes.
    3. Overall, experience in the two decades that followed the publication of Dijkstra's letter showed the folly of producing goto-laden code.
    4. Thus, processes of hypoaneuploidy could affect genomic stability producing this variation in number of loci.
相关连结:
  1. en produced water
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