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(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.
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Adj.1.mass-produced - produced in quantity often by assembly-line techniquesmass-produced - produced in quantity often by assembly-line techniques
factory-made - produced in quantity at a factory
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[ˈmæsprəˌdjuːst] ADJfabricado en serie, producido en serie
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(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.
to bring or come together in large numbers or quantities. The troops massed for an attack.
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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