Produce something mechanically and in large quantities: artists continued to churn out uninteresting works
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- Far too often today historical works are churned out in unreadable academic jargon.
- Even as new applications are churned out, old ones need maintaining and even newer ones developing.
- Between 1942 and '45, a total of 93 ships were churned out here - roughly one every three weeks.
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