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mass-pro·duce

(măs′prə-do͞os′, -dyo͞os′)
tr.v. mass-pro·duced, mass-pro·duc·ing, mass-pro·duc·es
To manufacture in large quantities, often by means of an assembly line.

mass-produce

vb
(Commerce) (tr) to manufacture (goods) to a standardized pattern on a large scale by means of extensive mechanization and division of labour
ˌmass-proˈduced adj
ˌmass-proˈducer n
mass production n

mass′-produce′



v.t. -duced, -duc•ing.
to produce (goods) in large quantities, esp. by machinery.
mass′ produc′tion, n.

mass-produce


Past participle: mass-produced
Gerund: mass-producing

Imperative
mass-produce
mass-produce
Present
I mass-produce
you mass-produce
he/she/it mass-produces
we mass-produce
you mass-produce
they mass-produce
Preterite
I mass-produced
you mass-produced
he/she/it mass-produced
we mass-produced
you mass-produced
they mass-produced
Present Continuous
I am mass-producing
you are mass-producing
he/she/it is mass-producing
we are mass-producing
you are mass-producing
they are mass-producing
Present Perfect
I have mass-produced
you have mass-produced
he/she/it has mass-produced
we have mass-produced
you have mass-produced
they have mass-produced
Past Continuous
I was mass-producing
you were mass-producing
he/she/it was mass-producing
we were mass-producing
you were mass-producing
they were mass-producing
Past Perfect
I had mass-produced
you had mass-produced
he/she/it had mass-produced
we had mass-produced
you had mass-produced
they had mass-produced
Future
I will mass-produce
you will mass-produce
he/she/it will mass-produce
we will mass-produce
you will mass-produce
they will mass-produce
Future Perfect
I will have mass-produced
you will have mass-produced
he/she/it will have mass-produced
we will have mass-produced
you will have mass-produced
they will have mass-produced
Future Continuous
I will be mass-producing
you will be mass-producing
he/she/it will be mass-producing
we will be mass-producing
you will be mass-producing
they will be mass-producing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mass-producing
you have been mass-producing
he/she/it has been mass-producing
we have been mass-producing
you have been mass-producing
they have been mass-producing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mass-producing
you will have been mass-producing
he/she/it will have been mass-producing
we will have been mass-producing
you will have been mass-producing
they will have been mass-producing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mass-producing
you had been mass-producing
he/she/it had been mass-producing
we had been mass-producing
you had been mass-producing
they had been mass-producing
Conditional
I would mass-produce
you would mass-produce
he/she/it would mass-produce
we would mass-produce
you would mass-produce
they would mass-produce
Past Conditional
I would have mass-produced
you would have mass-produced
he/she/it would have mass-produced
we would have mass-produced
you would have mass-produced
they would have mass-produced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mass-produce - produce on a large scale
fabricate, manufacture, construct - put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"
Translations

mass-produce

[ˈmæsprəˈdjuːs] VTfabricar en serie, producir en serie

mass-produce

[ˈmæsprəˌdjuːs] vtprodurre in serie

mass1

(mӕs) noun
1. a large lump or quantity, gathered together. a mass of concrete/people.
2. a large quantity. I've masses of work / things to do.
3. the bulk, principal part or main body. The mass of people are in favour of peace.
4. (a) measure of the quantity of matter in an object. The mass of the rock is 500 kilos.
verb
to bring or come together in large numbers or quantities. The troops massed for an attack.
adjective
of large quantities or numbers. mass murder; a mass meeting.
ˌmass-proˈduced adjective
(of goods) all exactly the same and produced in great numbers or quantity. mass-produced plastic toys.
ˌmass-proˈduce verb
ˌmass-proˈduction noun
the mass media
those channels of communication (TV, radio, newspapers etc) that reach large numbers of people.
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