Definition of grind something out in English:

grind something out

  • Produce something dull or tedious slowly and laboriously: the band was grinding out the inevitable summer songs
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    • He growled slowly, seemingly having great difficulty grinding the words out.
    • Gradually, however, productivity improvements have been ground out and Germany's relative unit labour costs have fallen.
    • Anne McCaffrey, bless her ink-stained fingers, keeps grinding them out.
    produce, generate, crank out, turn out
    informal churn out, trot out, bang out
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