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Meaning of “mass” - Learner’s Dictionary

mass

noun     /mæs/
LUMP [C]
a solid lump with no clear shape: The sauce was now a sticky mass in the bottom of the pan.Masses and large amounts of things
a mass of sth
B2 a large amount or number of something: The garden was a mass of flowers. She had a mass of blond curls.Masses and large amounts of things
AMOUNT [U]
in physics, the amount of substance that something contains: One litre of water has a mass of one kilogram.Area, mass, weight and volume in general
masses informal
B2 a large amount or number of something: I've got masses of work to do. Take some of our paper - we've got masses.Masses and large amounts of things
the masses
the ordinary people who form the largest part of society: He failed to win the support of the masses.Ordinary people
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