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churn something out

to produce something in large numbers, perhaps carelessly. We churn toys out by the thousand. This factory can churn out these parts day and night.
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churn something up

to stir up a liquid; to mix up material suspended in water. The oars of our boat churned the shallow water up, leaving little clouds of sediment in our wake. The oars churned up the mud.
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churn something out

also churn something out
to produce something in large amounts and without much thought Rosco churned out a book a year for 13 years and earned a lot of money doing it.
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churn out

Produce in an abundant and automatic manner, as in He churned out a novel every six months. This idiom transfers the turning of milk into butter to other kinds of production. [Early 1900s]
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churn out

v.
To produce something in an abundant and automatic manner: The author churns out four novels a year. Although the chairs look handmade, the company churns them out in a factory.
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churn

tv. [for a stockbroker] to cause a heavy turnover in the portfolio of an investor. (The broker collects commissions on each transaction.) I reported my broker for churning my account.
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Recall rate of 100% means unsuccessful churners recognition, if comes in combination with specificity under 1%.
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In practice, it is appropriate to consider also the misclassifications and their relative costs as well as the relative proportion of churners and non-churners in both the sample and population--see, for example, Koh (1992).
The nut crackers were too heavy to operate and the butter churners too large to handle.
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Likely churners can be retained with a wide array of rewards, delivered in real time and for any type of top-up or usage.
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By using predictive analytics and data mining, the company can proactively target potential churners with compelling retention offers.
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The majority of the churners were low ARPU generating prepaid and postpaid subscribers, also resulting in a contraction in our subscriber base.
With Intelligent Loyalty, Vodafone Fiji is able to track subscriber usage history, segment the subscriber base while creating predictive retention rules, send "opt-in" invitations to potential churners, and implement rewards in real-time.
The majority of the churners were involuntary and low ARPU generating prepaid subscribers.
The increase was mainly due to prepaid involuntary churn triggered by high subscriber acquisitions in previous quarters with the churners being mainly low ARPU generating prepaid subscribers.