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en masse

adverb uk   /ˌɒ̃ˈmæs/ us    /ˌɑ̃ː-/
If a group of people do something en masse, they do it together and at the same time: The shop's 85 workers have resigned en masse.
Translations of “en masse”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一起,全體…
in Russian в массе, скопом…
in Turkish ortak çalışma yaparak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一起,全体…
in Polish en masse…
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