- the result obtained by multiplying two or more quantities together.
- intersection(def 3a).
Origin of product
Related formsmul·ti·prod·uct, adjectivesub·prod·uct, noun
Examples from the Web for product
Together, the teams are working 24 hours a day for a product that promises much higher risk than it does profit.
The billionaire philanthropist tastes the product of a machine that processes human sewage into drinking water and electricity.
Product placement aside, the idea that animals go to heaven raises a whole host of interesting questions for Thea and Noah.Sorry, Internet: Pope Francis Didn't Open Paradise to Pets|Candida Moss|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Its essays, criticism, reportage, and poetry are not “product.”Facebook Prince Purges The New Republic: Inside the Destruction of a 100-Year-Old Magazine|Lloyd Grove|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pappy has become a prime example of a certain kind of product that economists called a “Veblen good.”
Next day he spread the buck's hide out on the ground and drenched it liberally with the product of deer-brains.The Blazed Trail|Stewart Edward White
The very word art, as denoting a product of human activity different from the ordinary daily tasks of men, was unknown.The Story of Paris|Thomas Okey
Particular care should be taken to select varieties that are capable of yielding a product of high quality.The Vegetable Garden|Anonymous
Moreover, Mr. Arthur Russell's premonitions were no product of mere coincidence; neither had any magical sympathy produced them.Alice Adams|Booth Tarkington
The moral life of the Vais appears to be the product of their social institutions and their severe environment.
British Dictionary definitions for product
- the result of the multiplication of two or more numbers, quantities, etc
- Also called: set product another name for intersection (def. 3)