"The culture" refers to the output of the entertainment industries.
This year, the U.S. Mint will churn out 4.3 billion of them, more than twice the annual output of all other coins combined.
But the question is whether the employment and output gaps will get worse—i.e., are we headed for a double-dip recession?
Perhaps if Chatwin hadn't died as he did, his harshest critics might have taken a gentler view of him as well as his output.
The output of CO2 by industrialization and other human activities—also rising, also measured.
So England and France had to turn to Cuba, the nearest great sugar-producing country, and ask for large quantities of her output.
The magnetites furnish about one-sixteenth of the output of the United States.
By relieving the congestion on the lines, they made possible the expansion of our output of munitions.
The Colombian output has been increasing rapidly since 1911.
Net farm output increased much more slowly because the cost of material outlays per unit of output was steadily rising.
output out·put (out'put')
The amount produced, ejected, or excreted by an entity during a specified time.