Definition of co-production in English:

co-production

Pronunciation /kōprəˈdəkSH(ə)n/ /koʊprəˈdəkʃ(ə)n/

Translate co-production into Spanish

noun

  • 1The production of a recording, theatrical work, television program, etc. jointly with another or others.

    ‘the co-production of quality programming’
    • ‘We talked about how co-production would work for a TV network like them.’
    • ‘She shows how the only means of securing Hollywood-style budgets is co-production.’
    • ‘He says that co-production of this film would be beneficial for both countries.’
    • ‘British television producers are also adapting both to financial constraints at home and to new opportunities abroad by exploring a variety of forms of co-production.’
    • ‘If you're a company here looking into selling programming or doing co-production, nothing has changed, those businesses are still there.’
    1. 1.1A recording, theatrical work, television program, etc. that is produced jointly with another or others.
      ‘half of the films have been co-productions with foreign partners’
      • ‘I'm working on a co-production with Italian television as well.’
      • ‘This Canadian-UK co-production is an underwhelming supernatural thriller.’
      • ‘I also notice that this album is a co-production.’
      • ‘It was a Franco-Japanese co-production, shot in Japan, with Japanese actors and Japanese dialogue, but commissioned and produced by a Frenchman, and edited in France.’
      • ‘Since this was an English / Canadian co-production, the cast had to be 50 / 50 from each country.’
      • ‘This international co-production did suffer from major funding problems.’
      • ‘It was an English and Swedish co-production, filmed in Cornwall.’
      • ‘She served as executive producer for a number of co-productions.’
      • ‘The film was a co-production with German producers.’
      • ‘This unity of European film-makers ensures that any co-production would be released simultaneously in all European countries the same day.’