VS.

Fruitful vs. Productive

Published:

Fruitfuladjective

Favourable to the growth of fruit or useful vegetation; not barren.

Productiveadjective

Capable of producing something, especially in abundance; fertile.

Fruitfuladjective

Being productive in any sense; yielding benefits.

‘The extra work in the office turned out to be fruitful after all—I got promoted’;

Productiveadjective

Yielding good or useful results; constructive.

Fruitfuladjective

Full of fruit; producing fruit abundantly; bearing results; prolific; fertile; liberal; bountiful; as, a fruitful tree, or season, or soil; a fruitful wife.

‘Be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth.’; ‘[Nature] By disburdening growsMore fruitful.’; ‘The great fruitfulness of the poet's fancy.’;

Productiveadjective

Of, or relating to the creation of goods or services.

ADVERTISEMENT

Fruitfuladjective

productive or conducive to producing in abundance;

‘be fruitful and multiply’;

Productiveadjective

Consistently applicable to any of an open set of words.

Fruitfuladjective

productive of profit;

‘a profitable enterprise’; ‘a fruitful meeting’;

Productiveadjective

(medicine) Of a cough, producing mucus or sputum from the respiratory tract.

Productiveadjective

(medicine) Of inflammation, producing new tissue.

Productiveadjective

(set theory) A type of set of natural numbers, related to mathematical logic.

‘a productive set’;

ADVERTISEMENT

Productiveadjective

Having the quality or power of producing; yielding or furnishing results; as, productive soil; productive enterprises; productive labor, that which increases the number or amount of products.

Productiveadjective

Bringing into being; causing to exist; producing; originative; as, an age productive of great men; a spirit productive of heroic achievements.

‘And kindle with thy own productive fire.’; ‘This is turning nobility into a principle of virtue, and making it productive of merit.’;

Productiveadjective

Producing, or able to produce, in large measure; fertile; profitable.

Productiveadjective

producing or capable of producing (especially abundantly);

‘productive farmland’; ‘his productive years’; ‘a productive collaboration’;

Productiveadjective

having the ability to produce or originate;

‘generative power’; ‘generative forces’;

Productiveadjective

yielding positive results

ADVERTISEMENT

Productiveadjective

marked by great fruitfulness;

‘fertile farmland’; ‘a fat land’; ‘a productive vineyard’; ‘rich soil’;

Productiveadjective

producing or able to produce large amounts of goods, crops, or other commodities

‘the most productive employees’;

Productiveadjective

relating to or engaged in the production of goods, crops, or other commodities

‘the country's productive capacity’;

Productiveadjective

achieving a significant amount or result

‘the therapy sessions became more productive’; ‘a long and productive career’;

Productiveadjective

producing or giving rise to

‘the hotel was not productive of amusing company’;

Productiveadjective

(of a prefix, suffix, or other linguistic unit) currently used in forming new words or expressions

‘many suffixes are common and productive’;

Productiveadjective

(of a cough) that raises mucus from the respiratory tract.

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons