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Definition of "cranking" []

  • Present participle of crank. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cranking" in a sentence
  • "The difficulty in cranking out more law school graduates is that law students are expensive to educate."
  • "When our critique group holds two-week challenges where we set our own personal daily word count goals, I find I am most consistent in cranking out the words."
  • "If networks like the Sci Fi Channel, or whatever they are calling themselves, continue to see some monetary value in cranking out low budget dreck then there will always be more of that than quality sci fi."