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Translation of "mass" - English-Spanish dictionary

mass

noun /mӕs/
a large lump or quantity, gathered together
montón, masa
A mass of people were waiting outside the concert hall The new car park has been described as an ugly mass of concrete.
a large quantity
montón
I’ve masses of work / things to do.
the bulk, principal part or main body
mayoría
The mass of people are in favour of peace.
(physics) (a) measure of the quantity of matter in an object
masa
The mass of the rock is 500 kilos.
mass-produced adjective (of goods) all exactly the same and produced in great numbers or quantity
producido en masa, producido en serie
mass-produced plastic toys.
mass-produce verb
fabricar en serie
mass-production noun
producción en masa, producción en serie
the mass media noun plural those channels of communication (TV, radio, newspapers etc) that reach large numbers of people
los medios de comunicación de masas
The mass media seeks to manipulate public opinion.
(Definition of mass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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