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  • v. To become, or cause to become, oriented toward mass production, mass consumption, and high throughput rather than individuality.
  • v. To use as a mass noun.


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mass +‎ -ify


  • He said recommendations were eagerly awaited from maritime experts as to how government could harness and efficiently "massify" the use of this resource for short sea transportation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Perkins 14 is a collaborative effort from the horror community and

    Perkins 14 (2009)

  • He also talked about how the film came in to fruition through, which is a unique production concept.

    Comic Con NY 2009: Day 2 | We Are Movie Geeks

  • So massify that, bring the wills and desires and story-telling instincts of a thousand other people into the picture.

    Rubicite Breastplates & Narrative Nudges

  • "The education budget cannot be decreased at this point because of the backlogs and the report of the commission (on higher education) that we need to ` massify 'education."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • -- Until March 8, 2010, writers and filmmakers are invited to submit pitches for a high-concept, male-driven comedy by submitting a title, logline, synopsis, and written scene on www. -- The Lionsgate development team will then select one concept to be produced into a short film.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • It's easy to massify the higher education system, but access must be coupled with success.

    Mail & Guardian Online


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