Definition of mass-produce in English:


Syllabification: mass-pro·duce
Pronunciation: /ˌmasprəˈd(y)o͞os


[with object]
Produce large quantities of (a standardized article) by an automated mechanical process: (as adjective mass-produced) cheap mass-produced goods
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  • Very often it was the cheapest clothing available because it was mass-produced in such large quantities…
  • Fabricated by the same processes that mass-produce silicon computer chips, the device has multiple possible uses.
  • Birmingham toolmakers expanded the market for mechanical gadgets by mass-producing them.



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  • It seemed impossible for a standalone British mass-producer of cars to thrive, despite Britain being home to the fourth biggest car market in the world.
  • The surviving population, who had relied (as we do today) on buying their pottery from mass-producers, were simply unable to make pottery themselves.
  • In fact, the world's leading chip makers seem to have decided that if India can't be a mass-producer of chips for the moment, it can still design them.

mass production

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  • Other mass-production manufacturers followed, initially seeking markets in developed countries such as Canada, Great Britain, France, and Germany.
  • The adoption of mass-production techniques, however, changed the nature of labor performance and the principles of remuneration.
  • While they built machines designed to mass-produce goods, the machinists did not use mass-production techniques themselves.

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