verb (used with object), co·pro·duced, co·pro·duc·ing.
to produce (a motion picture, play, etc.) in collaboration with others.
to manufacture (goods) in partnership with others.
Origin of coproduce
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Related Words for coproducedcollude, participate, conspire, cooperate, concur, concert, coact, cofunction, interface
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Contemporary Examples of coproduced
I first interviewed Alexie just before Smoke Signals, the film he wrote and coproduced, was released.Confessions of a Blasphemer: Sherman Alexie Talks New Book, Indian Humor and More
October 17, 2012
In 2006 they coproduced a series of romance novels with NASCAR to try and reach male readers.How ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Is Shaking Up the Business of the Romance Genre
June 6, 2012