verb (used with object), re·pro·duced, re·pro·duc·ing.
verb (used without object), re·pro·duced, re·pro·duc·ing.
- reproduction proof
Origin of reproduce
Examples from the Web for reproducer
It is your property, unquestionably; and it gets to the hand of a reproducer and he says, "This is not uncovered."
Consonant qualities are never strong, and it is easy so to damp the reproducer that only the vowel intensities are heard.
It can hardly be that woman is merely a reproducer and not a creator.The Social Significance of the Modern Drama|Emma Goldman
The reproducer consists of a sensitive diaphragm to which is attached a needle.Physics|Willis Eugene Tower
His reproducer is to-day a built-up diaphragm of mica, highly sensitive.Inventors at Work|George Iles
verb (mainly tr)
1610s, "to produce again," from re- "again" + produce (v.), probably on model of French reproduire (16c.). Sense of "make a copy" is first recorded 1850; that of "produce offspring" is from 1894. Related: Reproduced; reproducing.