There are 2 main translations of mass in Italian:

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mass

British English: /mas/
American English: /mæs/

noun

also: masses plural noun

  • 1 (the people) See examples:the masses
    la folla
    (working class)
    le masse
    the labouring masses
    le masse operaie
  • 2 (British English) [informal] (lots) See examples:to have masses of work, friends
    avere un sacco di lavoro, di amici
    there were masses of people
    c'era una grande folla
    there was masses of food
    c'erano un sacco di cose da mangiare
    to have masses of time
    avere un sacco di tempo

adjective before n

  • 1 (large scale)
    (audience, exodus, protest, unemployment)
    (destruction)
    mass meeting
    raduno popolare
  • 2 (of the people)
    (communications, culture, demonstration, movement, tourism)
    (consciousness, hysteria)
    to have mass appeal
    avere successo di pubblico
  • 3 (simultaneous)
    (sackings, desertions)

intransitive verb

  • (troops)
    ammassarsi
    (bees)
    radunarsi
    (clouds)
    addensarsi

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Mass
British English: /mas/
American English: /mæs/

noun

(Religion)

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