to fill or block in (the areas of unified colour, shade, etc) in a painting or drawing
a large body of air having characteristics of temperature, moisture, and pressure that are approximately uniform horizontally
the ratio of a person's weight to their height
High mass is a church service held in a Catholic church in which there is more ceremony than in an ordinary mass.
A land mass is a very large area of land such as a continent .
a Mass that has a simplified ceremonial form and is spoken rather than sung
a printed card indicating to its recipient that the donor has requested a Mass to be offered for a specified person or intention
something regarded as significant by a minority, but a very large one
a hypothetical common man, esp. one held to be typical of a mass society, to be characterized by the absence of unique values or distinct personality traits, to lack a sense of personal or social responsibility, and to be readily manipulated by the techniques developed by mass media
A mass noun is a noun such as ' wine ' which is usually uncount but is used with 'a' or 'an' or used in the plural when it refers to types of that substance, as in 'a range of Australian wines'.
the mass of an object that is at rest relative to an observer . It is the mass used in Newtonian mechanics
the mass of an isotope of an element in atomic mass units
a blasphemous travesty of the Christian Mass, performed by practitioners of black magic
Mass action is the effect when continuously adding reactants (= substances that are used in a reaction ) to a reaction causes it to generate products continuously.
the amount by which the mass of a particular nucleus is less than the total mass of its constituent particles
mass and energy considered as equivalent and interconvertible, according to the theory of relativity
a grave in which a large number of corpses has been buried
(in India ) leave taken by a large number of employees at the same time, as a form of protest
Mass market is used to refer to the large numbers of people who want to buy a particular product.
You can use the mass media to refer to the various ways, especially television, radio, newspapers, and magazines, by which information and news are given to large numbers of people.
any of the means of communication, as television or newspapers, that reach very large numbers of people
Mass murder is the deliberate illegal killing of a large number of people by a person or an organization.
the total number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus of a particular atom
the ratio of the mass of a fully-fuelled rocket at liftoff to the mass of the rocket without fuel
In physics, the mass of an object is the amount of physical matter that it has.
an astronomical unit of mass equal to the sun's mass, 1.981 × 10 30 kilograms
a Mass held on Saturday evening, attendance at which fulfils one's obligation to attend Mass on Sunday
a Mass differing from the Mass or Divine Office prescribed by the liturgy for a certain day and offered for some special private or public intention
a large body of oceanic water usually identified by a well-defined relationship between temperature and salinity or chemical content : usually a mixture of two or more such bodies, each having a specified temperature and salinity
In physics, the critical mass of a substance is the minimum amount of it that is needed for a nuclear chain reaction.
the mass of a body as determined by its momentum, as opposed to gravitational mass. The acceleration of a falling body is inversely proportional to its inertial mass but directly proportional to its gravitational mass: as all falling bodies have the same constant acceleration the two types of mass must be equal
of or relating to those at the wealthier end of the mass market
The audience for a television or radio programme consists of all the people who watch or listen to it.
Mass balance is a consideration of the input, output, and distribution of a substance between streams in a process or stage.
the trade of supplying food and drink to large numbers of customers at the same time
a funeral held for several dead people at the same time
a frenzied emotional state that affects a large number of people at the same time
the act of sending the same email message to a large number of people at the same time.
a meeting attended by large numbers of people
a movement in which large numbers of people are involved
A mass murderer is someone who deliberately kills a large number of people illegally.
If someone mass-produces something, they make it in large quantities, usually by machine. This means that the product can be sold cheaply.
a society whose members are characterized by having segmentalized, impersonal relations, a high degree of physical and social mobility, a spectator relation to events, and a pronounced tendency to conform to external popular norms
a spectrum of charged particles, arranged in order of mass or mass-to-charge ratios
Tourism is the business of providing services for people on holiday, for example hotels, restaurants, and trips.
a system of buses, trains, etc running on fixed routes, on which the public may travel
the difference in mass in the universe between that observed to exist and that necessary for the closed universe model
a Mass celebrated for the dead
in the mass:
in the main; collectively
the organization of the sale of a product to a large number of people