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conveyor belt

noun [C]
 
 
PRODUCTION a continuous moving strip or surface that is used in the process of producing goods in a factory and for transporting objects from one part of a building to another: If a conveyor belt moves too fast, parts may be damaged or the workers may not be able to keep up. In my last job, I felt I was on a conveyor belt, with no time to think creatively.
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