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Produce large quantities of (a standardized article) by an automated mechanical process.‘cheap mass-produced goods’
make, produce, mass produce, build, construct, assemble, put together, create, fabricate, prefabricate, turn out, process, form, fashion, model, mould, shape, forge, engineerView synonyms
- ‘Fabricated by the same processes that mass-produce silicon computer chips, the device has multiple possible uses.’
- ‘Then again, we should be proud of ourselves: no one does mass-produced fashion like we do.’
- ‘The Center will develop tools and process to mass-produce devices aimed at fulfilling the promise of nanotechnology on a larger scale, a key component in advancing the technology.’
- ‘But theirs is a dying trade, because urban buyers go for cheaper, mass-produced stainless steel.’
- ‘The answer, he said, was to mass-produce a cheaper version and capture a slice of the huge mid-priced guitar market.’
- ‘Increasingly, domestic products were mass-produced and could be purchased readymade.’
- ‘While they built machines designed to mass-produce goods, the machinists did not use mass-production techniques themselves.’
- ‘Very often it was the cheapest clothing available because it was mass-produced in such large quantities…’
- ‘Birmingham toolmakers expanded the market for mechanical gadgets by mass-producing them.’
- ‘They cannot and will not compete with chains that mass-produce bread and cakes, resulting in poor flavour and no character.’
- ‘Fuel cell vehicles, on the other hand, are on the verge of commercialization, with manufacturers keen on mass-producing them within five years.’
- ‘Both are mass-produced, which evidently overexerts the natural resources.’
- ‘He declined because at the time he believed there was no manufacturer that could mass-produce colors to his exacting standards.’
- ‘The automaker has found a way to mass-produce the car on a mixed model line, thus substantially reducing the investment needed to get started.’
- ‘Most of the technology has been available for decades, but is not being mass-produced.’
- ‘The films feel like individual, hand-crafted objects rather than mass-produced items for the global market.’
- ‘They will try to identify trends at their inception in they hope that they can exploit it, mass-produce it, market it.’
- ‘One of the biggest challenges was finding a fast, cheap way of mass-producing the biopesticide.’
- ‘His dress is now set to be mass-produced and will be on sale by the summer.’
- ‘Having worked with ranges that were mass-produced, I am very keen to maintain the individual and personalised aspect to my work.’
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