producer

noun
1 sb/sth that makes/grows sth
ADJECTIVE
big, large, large-scale, leading, major, primary

one of the world's largest meat producers

second-largest, third-largest, etc.

the world's fifth-largest wine producer

small, small-scale
efficient

a very efficient wine producer

prolific
domestic, local
foreign
private
specialist (esp. BrE)

specialist producers of high-quality British beef

commercial

the commercial pork producers in the region

organic

organic producers of meat, eggs and dairy products

low-cost
agricultural
beef, cattle, dairy, hog (AmE), livestock, milk, oil, pork, poultry, power (esp. AmE), software, steel, etc.
2 sb that organizes a play, film/movie, etc.
ADJECTIVE
film, movie (esp. AmE), radio, television, TV
documentary
music, record
BBC, Hollywood, etc.
news
independent

We commission TV shows from independent producers.

co-executive, executive, senior
assistant, associate
legendary

legendary record producer Bruce Dickinson

award-winning, top

He's been a top producer and mixer for the past decade.

PHRASES
the role of producer

She was willing to take on the role of producer.


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