verb (used with object), mass-pro·duced, mass-pro·duc·ing.
to produce or manufacture (goods) in large quantities, especially by machinery.
Origin of mass-produce
First recorded in 1920–25
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It seems unlikely: It took 17 more years to develop a stable, mass-producible form of penicillin.The 19 Biggest Medical Breakthroughs of the Decade
December 3, 2009
(tr) to manufacture (goods) to a standardized pattern on a large scale by means of extensive mechanization and division of labour
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