Deutsch: Produkt / Español: Producto / Português: Produto / Français: Produit / Italiano: Prodotto

In this glossary products are mostly items made from raw or recycled materials; people buy and use these items everyday.

In general the term "product" may refer to any one of the following:

  • (Chemistry) a substance formed at the end of a chemical reaction
  • (Mathematics) a result of two factors being multiplied
  • (Business) an item that satisfies a demand of a market
  • (Project Management) a deliverable or set of deliverables that contribute to a business solution
  • the name of an album released in 1979 by Brand X, a British jazz fusion band
  • the name of an album released in 1982 by DePress, a Polish-Norwegian rock band

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