There are 2 translations of mass in Spanish:

mass

Pronunciation: /mæs/

noun/nombre

  • 1 (bulk, body) masa (feminine) her hair was a mass of curls tenía la cabeza cubierta de rizos the cherry tree was a mass of pink el cerezo era una nube de flores rosa a mass of contradictions un cúmulo de contradicciones in the mass en masa, en conjunto
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    • At the opposite end of what passed for the main street of the village, a group of the attackers had gathered, a mass of dark shapes and forms.
    • The townspeople moved as quickly as they could to get back to their homes, and the main street was just a mass of dark forms running and fleeing.
    • The sky was a dome of darkness over their heads, the stars blotted out by a mass of thick, dark clouds.
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    • Sue now provides this, making use of a mass of hitherto unused material.
    • The editor has a mass of material from which the text is now extracted.
    • It is not only encyclopaedias, dictionaries, and libraries that create the illusion of a semblance of order from a mass of chaotic and random materials.
  • 2
    (masses plural)
    2.1 (great quantity) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] she has masses of confidence tiene muchísima confianza en sí misma we received masses of complaints recibimos cantidades or [colloquial/familiar] montones de quejas 2.2the masses las masas
  • 3 uncountable/no numerable [Physics/Física] masa (feminine)
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    • Every object with mass exerts a gravitational force.
    • An object with mass creates a gravitational field around itself.
    • The problem is that gravitons carry mass and energy, which are the source of the gravitational field in the first place.
  • 4 countable/numerable also
    (Mass)
    [Music/Música] [Religion/Religión] misa (feminine) to go to mass ir* a misa to say/hear mass decir*/oír* misa a sung/Latin/nuptial mass una misa cantada/en latín/de esponsales
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    • Ideal Christmas gifts will be on sale next weekend at all Masses in the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
    • The Masses and other ceremonies in the Church of the Most Holy Rosary this Christmas had full congregations.
    • Preparations for First Holy Communion began at all Masses in the parish church last Sunday week.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [crowd/troops/clouds] concentrarse

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

adjective/adjetivo

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [culture/market/communications] de masas; [hysteria/hypnosis/suicide] colectivo; [demonstration/protest/exodus] masivo, en masa; [unemployment] generalizado, masivo a newspaper with a mass circulation un periódico de circulación masiva a mass escape una huida en masa a mass meeting una reunión de todo el personal ( or el estudiantado etc)

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There are 2 translations of mass in Spanish:

Mass

  • Massachusetts

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