Synonyms of churn in English:

churn


See definition of churn

verb

1‘village girls churned the milk to make butter’

SYNONYMS
stir, agitate
beat, whip, whisk

2‘beneath the ship the sea churned’

SYNONYMS
be turbulent, heave, boil, swirl, toss, seethe, foam, froth
literary roil

3‘the twin propellers churned up the water’

SYNONYMS
disturb, stir up, agitate
ruffle
literary roil

Phrases

    churn something out

    ‘the British film industry has churned out many such films in recent years’


    SYNONYMS
    produce, make, turn out
    informal crank out, bang out