output noun

ADJ. high, large, massive | greater, increased | steady | low | aggregate, gross, overall, total 10 per cent of the country's total output | net | real | average | annual, monthly, etc. | maximum | current | national, world | prodigious, prolific her prodigious literary output | agricultural, industrial, manufacturing | computer | data | literary

QUANT. level changes in the level of output

VERB + OUTPUT produce | double, expand, increase The plant plans to increase output to 10,000 cars a year. | reduce

OUTPUT + VERB increase, rise | decrease, fall

PREP. ~ of a steady output of new ideas

PHRASES a drop/fall in output the fall in output due to outdated equipment | a growth/an increase/a rise in output