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churn

Synonyms of churn in English:

verb

  • 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
    literary roil
  • 3 the twin propellers churned up the water
    disturb, stir up, agitate;
    ruffle
    literary roil
  • Phrases

    churn something out

    1
    the British film industry has churned out many such films in recent years
    produce, make, turn out
    informal crank out, bang out

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