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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mass-produce.
- adj. produced by mass production
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Produced in large quantity, often by automated or assembly-line techniques.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. produced in quantity often by assembly-line techniques
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Also, the term “flash tattoo” goes back to at least 1977, when it referred to mass-produced tattoo templates, like the classic heart and snake designs.
Because the mass-produced version of the automaton, so deeply embedded in Western mythologies of man mistaking himself for something more, usually comes with company.
And mass-produced T-shirts, bearing messages for all to wear and many to read, will always be partly indebted to those ancient tradesmen plying the coasts of the Mediterranean.
The era of mass-produced cars launched parking and STOP, among other devices of vehicular English that would eventually be embraced by automobilists virtually everywhere.
New, mass-produced goods introduced luxuries to common people.
But the Germans were obsessed with the belief that a mass-produced U.S. Chrysler or Dodge had to be much cheaper to produce than an equivalent Mercedes, and so every bit of customer-perceptible "worth" and "goodness" was stripped out, with disastrous consequences.
In the end, we must concede it is an appetite for large quantities of meat derived from abused, drugged, mass-produced, mass-slaughtered cannibalistic cows that is responsible for E. coli 0157H7, mad cow disease and probably the new germ sailing on sprouts or whatever into unsuspecting households.
But the first mass-produced gas-electric hybrid car was made in Japan.
But when adjusting search algorithms to devalue mass-produced, low-quality content can knock the legs out from underneath a content farm's business model, you don't need a search engine to predict that calls for "search neutrality" will increase.
Baxter Brewing in Maine has joined a growing number of small craft-beer breweries distributing their brews in cans – just like mainstream mass-produced beers – rather than in bottles.