a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk
stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter
"the sea was churning in the storm"
- The sound of the swinging churn rocked Mrs. Thompson first into a gentle doze.
- With the churn under one arm, the man stamped down the path to the well.
- There is butter in milk, but one must churn the milk to get it.
- Mother adds a spoon of baking-powder in the flour, and then begins to churn it up.
- The farmer used a plow to churn up the dirt.
- My stomach started to churn when I thought about my exams.
- She churns out romantic novels.
- Some pulp writers churn out two or three short stories a day.
The wagon wheels had churned the yard to treacly clay.出自： W. Holtby
Bills to pay later churned up my insides.出自： J. Betjeman