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Produce something mechanically and in large quantities.‘artists continued to churn out uninteresting works’
produce, make, turn outcrank out, bang outView synonyms
- ‘The tiny country of less than 500,000 people had a gross domestic product of $US1.85 billion in 2001 and churns out 350,000 barrels of oil a day.’
- ‘As if there was a factory churning them out around the corner, they kept multiplying.’
- ‘The possibilities range from injecting genes to implanting tiny machines that would churn out the necessary proteins nonstop.’
- ‘They know there's going to be a high demand for them, so they churn them out using shoddy materials.’
- ‘‘The EU is churning this legislation out like mad,’ he said.’
- ‘Clothes were genuinely brighter in the 1960s because the development of synthetic fabrics and cheap dyeing processes meant that manufacturers could churn them out in whatever colours they wanted.’
- ‘And the young people being churned out of our schools have no jobs.’
- ‘Even as new applications are churned out, old ones need maintaining and even newer ones developing.’
- ‘Back in Tulsa, the John Pickle Company's factory still churns out pressure vessels, many of which sit rusting near the factory gates.’
- ‘Between 1942 and '45, a total of 93 ships were churned out here - roughly one every three weeks.’
- ‘Asset-price inflation may be rampant but the price of goods in the shops is falling as China continues to churn them out at an increasing rate.’
- ‘You can take your camera and one of these little machines to parties and churn out snapshots on the spot.’
- ‘Mr. Zanussi says that the Hollywood machine churns out films that exploit the debasing tendencies of man like sex and violence.’
- ‘A year ago, it seemed LCD manufacturers couldn't churn the products out fast enough.’
- ‘Far too often today historical works are churned out in unreadable academic jargon.’
- ‘This is some of the worst television to have ever been made - and they've been churning it out for over a decade.’
- ‘He adds: ‘The war was this great machine which churned out dead bodies.’’
- ‘This may not be the book that puts her on the bestseller list, but it's proof that she can churn them out.’
- ‘These machines churn out umpteen cubic feet of carbon monoxide, polluting the atmosphere and killing more life forms than a few million smokers could ever do.’
- ‘Unfortunately, there is a vast industry churning out forged documents.’
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