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mass–produce

verb mass–pro·duce \ˌmas-prə-ˈdüs, -ˈdyüs\

: to produce very large amounts of (something) usually by using machinery

Full Definition of MASS-PRODUCE

transitive verb
:  to produce in quantity usually by machinery
mass production noun

Origin of MASS-PRODUCE

back-formation from mass production
First Known Use: 1923

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