1. a полит. -эк. производительный

productive capacity — производительная способность

productive capital — производительный капитал

productive labour — производительный труд

productive forces — производительные силы

productive work — производительный труд

productive laborer — производительный рабочий

non -productive loan — непроизводительный кредит

non - productive loan — непроизводительный кредит

productive expenditure — производительные расходы

2. a производственный

productive co-operative society — производственное кооперативное общество

productive input — производственные затраты

productive services — производственные услуги

productive relations — производственные отношения

productive equipment — производственное оборудование

productive accumulation — производственное накопление

3. a плодородный

productive soil — плодородная почва

4. a плодовитый

productive writer — плодовитый писатель

5. a влекущий за собою; причиняющий

it may be productive of much good — это может принести большую пользу

6. a плодотворный, благоприятный

our meeting was very productive — наша встреча была очень полезной

7. a мед. продуктивный

productive cough — кашель с мокротой

productive area — продуктивная площадь

productive series — продуктивная толща

productive strata — продуктивные пласты

productive suffix — продуктивный суффикс

productive environment — продуктивная среда

8. a вчт. полезный

productive time — полезное время

Синонимический ряд:
1. constructive (adj.) constructive; energetic; resourceful; useful
2. efficient (adj.) effective; effectual; efficient; high-performance; proficient
3. fertile (adj.) bounteous; childing; creative; fecund; fertile; fruitful; generative; loamy; luxuriant; producing; profitable; proliferant; prolific; rich; spawning; yielding
4. moneymaking (adj.) moneymaking; remunerative; well-spent; worthwhile
Антонимический ряд:
sterile; unprofitable; useless

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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Смотреть что такое "productive" в других словарях:

  • productive — pro‧duc‧tive [prəˈdʌktɪv] adjective 1. producing or achieving something: • The program is designed to help business users be more productive. • We want to turn welfare recipients into productive, working members of society. • The plant has the… …   Financial and business terms

  • Productive — Pro*duc tive, a. [F. productif, L. productivus fit for prolongation.] [1913 Webster] 1. Having the quality or power of producing; yielding or furnishing results; as, productive soil; productive enterprises; productive labor, that which increases… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • productive — [prə duk′tiv, prōduk′tiv] adj. [ML productivus < LL, fit for prolongation < L productus, pp. of producere: see PRODUCE] 1. producing abundantly; fertile [productive soil, a productive mind] 2. marked by abundant production or effective… …   English World dictionary

  • productive — I adjective advantageous, causative, constructive, creational, creative, demiurgic, demiurgical, efficient, fecund, ferax, fertile, formative, fructiferous, fructuous, fruitful, gainful, imaginative, industrial, inventive, life giving, luxuriant …   Law dictionary

  • productive — 1610s, from Fr. productif (16c.), from M.L. productivus fit for production, from L. product , pp. stem of producere (see PRODUCE (Cf. produce)). Related: Productively; productiveness …   Etymology dictionary

  • productive — [adj] fruitful, creative advantageous, beneficial, constructive, dynamic, effective, energetic, fecund, fertile, gainful, generative, gratifying, inventive, plentiful, producing, profitable, prolific, rewarding, rich, teeming, useful, valuable,… …   New thesaurus

  • productive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) producing or able to produce large amounts of goods or crops. 2) achieving or producing a significant amount or result. DERIVATIVES productively adverb productiveness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • productive — pro|duc|tive [ prə dʌktıv ] adjective ** 1. ) making or growing things in large quantities, especially so that they can be sold: During their most productive period, both mills were controlled by the Marling family. ways of making more productive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • productive — [[t]prədʌ̱ktɪv[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Someone or something that is productive produces or does a lot for the amount of resources used. Training makes workers highly productive... More productive farmers have been able to provide cheaper food.… …   English dictionary

  • productive */*/ — UK [prəˈdʌktɪv] / US adjective 1) a) making or growing things in large quantities, especially so that they can be sold During their most productive period, both mills were controlled by the Marling family. ways of making more productive use of… …   English dictionary

  • productive — productively, adv. productiveness, n. productivity /proh duk tiv i tee/, n. /preuh duk tiv/, adj. 1. having the power of producing; generative; creative: a productive effort. 2. producing readily or abundantly; fertile: a productive vineyard. 3.… …   Universalium

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