One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘village girls churned the milk to make butter’
beat, whip, whisk
2‘beneath the ship the sea churned’
be turbulent, heave, boil, swirl, toss, seethe, foam, froth
3‘the twin propellers churned up the water’
disturb, stir up, agitate
‘the British film industry has churned out many such films in recent years’
produce, make, turn out
crank out, bang out
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