product


product
prod·uct /'prä-ˌdəkt/ n
1: the result of work or thought
2 a: the output of an industry or firm
b: a thing created by manufacturing
3 in the civil law of Louisiana: something (as timber or a mineral) that is derived from something else and that diminishes the substance of the thing from which it is derived compare fruit 2a

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

product
I noun accomplishment, article, article of merchandise, article of trade, commodity, creation, crop, effect, emanation, end result, final outcome, fruit, handiwork, harvest, invention, issue, item, merchandise, offspring, opus, outcome, output, proceeds, produce, result, salable commodity, stock in trade, yield associated concepts: product defect, product patent, products liability II index amount (result), conclusion (outcome), consequence (conclusion), development (outgrowth), effect, invention, item, outcome, output, proceeds, result

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


product
in product liability, any goods or electricity including any goods comprised in another product whether by virtue of being a component part or raw material or otherwise. 'Goods' is defined as including substances, growing crops and things comprised in land by virtue of being attached to it, and any ship, aircraft or vehicle: Consumer Protection Act 1987.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


product

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

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