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mass

noun
 
 
/mæs/
LUMP [C] a solid lump with no clear shape
yığın, küme, sürü
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
bir yığın, bir sürü, yığınlarla
She had a mass of blond curls.Masses and large amounts of things
AMOUNT [U] in physics, the amount of substance that something contains
(fizik) kütle
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
epeyce, bir hayli, pek çok
I've got masses of work to do.Masses and large amounts of things
the masses the ordinary people who form the largest part of society
halk kitleleri, yığınlar
He failed to win the support of the masses.Ordinary people
(Definition of mass noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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