churn out

verb(tr, adverb) informal
  1. to produce (something) at a rapid rate: to churn out ideas

  2. to perform (something) mechanically: to churn out a song

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How to use churn out in a sentence

  • You note it is not a shade above the thing which all human beings churn out in their youth.

    Christian Science | Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • A wag searched for the Pagliacci record, and set the gramophone to churn out "Vesti la Giubba."

Other Idioms and Phrases with churn out

churn out

Produce in an abundant and automatic manner, as in He churned out a novel every six months. This idiom transfers the turning of milk into butter to other kinds of production. [Early 1900s]

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