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Present participle of mass-produce.
In 1908, Henry Ford made the first Model T, and then in 1913 created a moving assembly line for mass producing automobiles which changed manufacturing and helped bring about the Industrial Revolution.
Within the next twenty years, German manufacturers began mass-producing toy trains made from tinplate, which is a tin coated thin sheet of steel.
By 1982, Coleco took notice, and started mass producing them.
Fortunately, costume manufacturers have jumped on the vampire bandwagon are mass-producing vampire costumes for girls in record numbers.
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