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"churn sth out" in British English

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churn sth out

informal
phrasal verb with churn uk   /tʃɜːn/  us   /tʃɝːn/ verb
to ​producelargeamounts of something ​quickly, usually something of ​lowquality: The ​factorychurns out thousands of ​pairs of these ​shoes every ​week. She ​churns out a new ​best-sellingnovel every ​year.
(Definition of churn sth out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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churn sth out

phrasal verb with churn uk   us   /tʃɜːn/ verb
to ​produce a large ​quantity of something very quickly: Churning out 90 million ​gallons a ​year, the ​facility has become one of the nation's largest ​producers of biodiesel.
(Definition of churn sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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