Part of speech: noun

Anything produced; result obtained by multiplication.

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Usage examples "product":

  1. The best human product results from the bearing of responsibility; in a controlled labor body the responsibility is shifted to the organization or to the boss. - "The Holy Earth", L. H. Bailey.
  2. Since it is not a natural product, but the mere result of ingenious artifices, nothing is easier than to reduce it to its component parts, to take it to pieces so to speak. - "The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare", J. J. Jusserand.
  3. For if you follow the clue on, it leads very quickly to the scene where self- reliance is so to speak at home, where it seems the natural product of the people's circumstances- the scene, namely, of their daily work. - "Change in the Village", (AKA George Bourne) George Sturt.