Definition of pump something out in English:

pump something out

Produce or emit something in large quantities or amounts: carnival bands pumping out music
More example sentences
  • People like to hear stuff that sounds familiar to them and the North American music industry loves to keep pumping it out.
  • A generation ago, cheap daytime soaps were pumped out to fill the gaps between ads for domestic cleaning products and provide some moving wallpaper for tranquillised housewives.
  • ‘Pollutants were pumped out by the dark satanic mills and we had a century and a half of that,’ he said.
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