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The final result of an activity or process, especially the finished article in a manufacturing process:‘the report is the end product of the survey’‘the unbroken line from supplier to end product’
result, end result, consequence, net result, upshot, effect, after-effect, aftermath, conclusion, sequel, follow-up, issue, product, end product, end, development, offshoot, outgrowth, wake, denouementView synonyms
- ‘The odour while it was boiling was wonderful, so hopefully the end product will be equally good.’
- ‘It's a simple fact of food science that sugar and salt are major factors in improving taste in the end product.’
- ‘It is expected to take several years to build, with the end product not expected to be finished until 2005.’
- ‘When she finally saw the end product she was shocked at what she had created.’
- ‘The developing young adult novel reflected these trends and was also the end product of literary influences.’
- ‘You can, but when you start an investigation of that nature you do not know what the end product is going to be.’
- ‘Most of the recipes have at least one photo so you have an idea of what your end product should look like.’
- ‘Or is it just the end product of a particularly successful marketing campaign?’
- ‘The end product is the same - waste material is recycled to the benefit of the environment.’
- ‘The end product is not what counts, it is the process and the experimentation that your child goes through to get there.’
- ‘The result is an end product that is different from the standard things on television, he believes.’
- ‘Despite having little material to work with she was extremely proud of the end product.’
- ‘I need to stop worrying about the end product and just do the work.’
- ‘He said the end product reflected the enormity of commitment that went into developing the lakeside walk and lake.’
- ‘Food production is important not only because it is the end product of farming, but because it is a vital part of all our lives.’
- ‘Five members each with their own style, their own passion, their own pet hates and their own input into the end product.’
- ‘The end product is a strong, vibrant painting in bold colours with a wealth of detail capturing the jumble of roofs and chimneys.’
- ‘If a person is not happy with the end product we will work on it until they are pleased.’
- ‘The whole point of engaging in a productive process is the final end product, which you get to consume.’
- ‘This end product was a result of an eye-opening exploration of traditional Islam.’
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