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churn sth out

informal
verb uk phrasal verb with churn   /tʃɜːn/ us    /tʃɝːn/
to produce large amounts of something quickly, usually something of low quality: The factory churns out thousands of pairs of these shoes every week. She churns out a new best-selling novel every year.
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