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mass [ mæs] n.众多;团;群众

in the mass 总体上,整个儿地

the mass of 大多数,大部分

in the mass 总体上,一般地

mass [mæs] n. 众多;大量;群众

党群关系 Party-masses relationship

海量存储 mass memory

三大作风 the Party's three important styles of work (integrating theory with practice, forging close links with the masses and practicing self-criticism)

mass production; commercialization of laboratory achievements

质量守恒定律 law of conservation of mass

mass communication 大众传播(学)

mass media 大众传播媒介

mass 弥撒

High Mass 大弥撒

sung mass 唱诗弥撒

Low Mass 诵经弥撒

mass-market penetration strategy 大规模市场渗透战略

mass-market strategy 大市场战略

single-line mass-merchandiser stores 单一类型产品专营连锁店

mass transit system 大运量客运系统

传媒 press/media/mass media

Press/media/mass media 传媒

Additional social stresses may also occur because of the population explosion or problems arising from mass migration movements-themselves made relatively easy nowadays by modern means of transport.

Mass production 大规模生产

probability mass function 概率群分布函数

mass per liter

composite mass of exhaust emission

mass emission

mass rate of emission limits


bare chassis dry mass

bare chassis kerb mass

chassis and cab dry mass

chassis and cab kerb mass

complete vehicle shipping mass

complete vehicle kerb mass

maximum design total mass

maximum autohrozed total mass

maximum design pay mass

maximum autohorized pay mass

manufacturer's maxumum total mass

maximum authorized towed mass

maximum design mass of vehicle combination

maximum authorized mass of vehicle combination

maximum disgn mass of articulated vehicle

power/mass ratio

torque/maximum total mass ratio

fith wheel lead for calculation of mass distribution

acoustical mass

drive axle mass

However, whatever its virtues, the old shared literacy culture had gone and was replaced by the printed mass media on the one hand and by books and magazines for a specialized readership on the other.

We feel your product is too specialized for mass marketing.

Bleakney mass spectrometer 波利克尼质谱仪

Mass attcnuation coefficient 质量吸收系数

Mass number 质量数

Mass spectrometer (M.S.) 质谱仪

Mass spectrometer leak detector 质谱检漏仪

Mass spectrum 质谱

Nier mass spectrometer 尼尔质谱仪

Radio- frequency mass spectrometer 射频质谱仪

There is always a first brave person who breaks step with the stam-peding masses fleeing in panic, who pauses to help another to his feet ,creating his own eye in the storm, The stuff of heroes is made, forged in the midst of tragedy, in the blink of an eye.
Norman Stephens ,American writer

大众传播 mass communication

成批生产 mass-produce

闭门造车 [bì mén zào chē] /make a cart behind closed doors/work behind closed doors/divorce oneself from the masses and from reality and act blindly/

遍体鳞伤 [biàn tǐ lín shāng] /covered all over with cuts and bruises/beaten black and blue/be a mass of bruises/

吃大户 [chī dà hù] /mass seizure of food from landlords during famines before liberation/

大规模杀伤性武器 [dà guī mó shā shāng xìng wǔ qì] /weapons of mass destruction/

大众 [dà zhòng] /people/public/masses/

堆 [duī] /a pile/a mass/heap/stack/

混沌 [hùn dùn] /primal chaos/formless mass before creation in Chinese mythology/

民运 [mín yùn] /civil transport/movement aimed at the masses/democracy movement (abbr.)/

民众 [mín zhòng] /populace/masses/the people/

批量生产 [pī liàng shēng chǎn] /to mass produce/

群众 [qún zhòng] /the masses/

质量 [zhì liàng] /quality/mass (in physics)/

While in America the trend started as a reaction to the economic decline — after the mass redundancies caused by downsizing in the late '80s — and is still linked to the politics of thrift, in Britain, at least among the middle class downshifters of my acquaintance, we have different reasons for seeking to simplify our lives.

There is, as Robert Rubin, the treasury secretary, says, a "disjunction" between the mass of business anecdote that points to a leap in productivity and the picture reflected by the statistics.

{adj: Nepalese, Nepali} of or pertaining to or characteristic of Nepal or its people or language or culture
"Nepalese troops massed at the border"
"Nepali mountains are among the highest in the world"
"the different Nepali words for `rice'"

{adj: a cappella} without musical accompaniment
"they sang an a cappella Mass"

{adj: accumulated, amassed, assembled, collected, congregate, massed} brought together into a group or crowd
"the accumulated letters in my office"

{adj: acervate} pertaining to a growth of fungi that forms a heaped-up mass
"acervate fungous sporophores"

{adj: aggregate, aggregated, aggregative, mass} gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole
"aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year"
"the aggregated amount of indebtedness"

{adj: all} quantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class
"we sat up all night"
"ate all the food"
"all men are mortal"
"all parties are welcome"
<-> some, no

{adj: amorphous, formless, shapeless} having no definite form or distinct shape
"amorphous clouds of insects"
"an aggregate of formless particles"
"a shapeless mass of protoplasm"

{adj: bondable} capable of holding together or cohering; as particles in a mass

{adj: broken, confused, disordered, upset} thrown into a state of disarray or confusion
"troops fleeing in broken ranks"
"a confused mass of papers on the desk"
"the small disordered room"
"with everything so upset"

{adj: churning, churned-up} moving with or producing or produced by vigorous agitation
"winds whipped the piled leaves into churning masses"
"a car stuck in the churned-up mud"

{adj: coagulate, coagulated, curdled, grumous, grumose} transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass
"coagulated blood"
"curdled milk"
"grumous blood"

{adj: coagulated, solidified} changed into a solid mass

{adj: common, plebeian, vulgar, unwashed} of or associated with the great masses of people
"the common people in those days suffered greatly"
"behavior that branded him as common"
"his square plebeian nose"
"a vulgar and objectionable person"
"the unwashed masses"

{adj: common, vernacular, vulgar} being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
"common parlance"
"a vernacular term"
"vernacular speakers"
"the vulgar tongue of the masses"
"the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"

{adj: complex} complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts
"a complex set of variations based on a simple folk melody"
"a complex mass of diverse laws and customs"
<-> simple

{adj: conglomerate} composed of heterogeneous elements gathered into a mass
"the conglomerate peoples of New England"

{adj: consolidated} forming a solid mass

{adj: cookie-cutter} having the same appearance (as if mass-produced)
"a suburb of cookie-cutter houses"

{adj: critical} at or of a point at which a property or phenomenon suffers an abrupt change especially having enough mass to sustain a chain reaction
"a critical temperature of water is 100 degrees C--its boiling point at standard atmospheric pressure"
"critical mass"
"go critical"
<-> noncritical

{adj: crying, yelling, shouting} noisy with or as if with loud cries and shouts
"a crying mass of rioters"
"shouting fans"
"the yelling fiend"

{adj: curdling} turning into a solid mass
"I waited for her to materialize out of the clogging curdling crowd"

{adj: disenfranchised, disfranchised, voiceless, voteless} deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote
" labor was voiceless"
"disenfrenchised masses took to the streets"
<-> enfranchised

{adj: docile} willing to be taught or led or supervised or directed
"the docile masses of an enslaved nation"
<-> stubborn

{adj: dough-like} resembling a mass of dough

{adj: downscale} intended for people with low incomes
"mass-produced downscale versions of high-priced fashions"

{adj: elephantine, gargantuan, giant, jumbo} of great mass; huge and bulky
"a jumbo jet"
"jumbo shrimp"

{adj: embedded} enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass
"found pebbles embedded in the silt"
"stone containing many embedded fossils"
"peach and plum seeds embedded in a sweet edible pulp"

{adj: entangled} twisted together in a tangled mass
"toiled through entangled growths of mesquite"

{adj: fictile, pliable} susceptible to being led or directed
"fictile masses of people ripe for propaganda"

{adj: frontal} of or relating to the front of an advancing mass of air
"frontal rainfall"

{adj: heavy} (physics, chemistry) being or containing an isotope with greater than average atomic mass or weight
"heavy hydrogen"
"heavy water"
<-> light

{adj: huddled} crowded or massed together
"give me...your huddled masses"
"the huddled sheep turned their backs against the wind"

{adj: indiscrete} not divided or divisible into parts
"layers that were fused into an indiscrete mass"

{adj: indistinguishable, undistinguishable} not capable of being distinguished or differentiated
"the two specimens are actually different from each other but the differences are almost indistinguishable"
"the twins were indistinguishable"
"a colorless person quite indistinguishable from the colorless mass of humanity"
<-> distinguishable

{adj: knotted, knotty, snarled, snarly} tangled in knots or snarls
"a mass of knotted string"
"snarled thread"

{adj: least} the superlative of `little' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by `the'; a quantifier meaning smallest in amount or extent or degree
"didn't care the least bit"
"he has the least talent of anyone"
<-> most

{adj: less} (comparative of `little' usually used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning not as great in amount or degree
"of less importance"
"less time to spend with the family"
"a shower uses less water"
"less than three years old"
<-> more

{adj: little} (quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or (with `a') at least some
"little rain fell in May"
"gave it little thought"
"little hope remained"
"little time is left"
"we still have little money"
"a little hope remained"
<-> much

{adj: mass spectroscopic} relating to or involving mass spectroscopy

{adj: mass-produced} produced in quantity often by assembly-line techniques

{adj: mass-spectrometric} relating to or involving a mass spectrometer

{adj: massive} consisting of great mass; containing a great quantity of matter
"Earth is the most massive of the terrestrial planets"

{adj: matted} tangled in a dense mass
"tried to push through the matted undergrowth"

{adj: molten, liquefied, liquified} reduced to liquid form by heating
"a mass of molten rock"

{adj: more, more than} (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree
"more land"
"more support"
"more rain fell"
"more than a gallon"
<-> less

{adj: most} the superlative of `much' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by `the'; a quantifier meaning the greatest in amount or extent or degree
"made the most money he could"
"what attracts the most attention?"
"made the most of a bad deal"
<-> least

{adj: much} (quantifier used with mass nouns) great in quantity or degree or extent
"not much rain"
"much affection"
"much grain is in storage"
<-> little

{adj: no} quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of
"we have no bananas"
"no eggs left and no money to buy any"
"have you no decency?"
"did it with no help"
"I'll get you there in no time"
<-> all, some

{adj: numinous} evincing the presence of a deity
"a numinous wood"
"the most numinous moment in the Mass"

{adj: occluded, sorbed} (of a substance) taken into and retained in another substance
"the sorbed oil mass"
"large volumes of occluded hydrogen in palladium"

{adj: parasitic, parasitical, leechlike, bloodsucking} of plants or persons; having the nature or habits of a parasite or leech; living off another
"a wealthy class parasitic upon the labor of the masses"
"parasitic vines that strangle the trees"
"bloodsucking blackmailer"
"his indolent leechlike existence"

{adj: polar} located at or near or coming from the earth's poles
"polar diameter"
"polar zone"
"a polar air mass"
"Antarctica is the only polar continent"

{adj: ponderous} having great mass and weight and unwieldiness
"a ponderous stone"
"a ponderous burden"
"ponderous weapons"

{adj: relativistic} relating or subject to the special or the general theory of relativity
"relativistic quantum mechanics"
"relativistic increase in mass"
"radiation from relativistic particles"

{adj: ruled} subject to a ruling authority
"the ruled mass"

{adj: scalar} of or relating to a directionless magnitude (such as mass or speed etc.) that is completely specified by its magnitude
"scalar quantity"

{adj: seething} in constant agitation
"a seething flag-waving crowd filled the streets"
"a seething mass of maggots"
"lovers and madmen have such seething brains"- Shakespeare

{adj: shaped, molded, wrought} shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort)
"a shaped handgrip"
"the molded steel plates"
"the wrought silver bracelet"

{adj: shock-headed} having a shock (or untidy mass) of hair
"shock-headed teenagers"

{adj: sintered} formed into a mass by heat and pressure

{adj: some} quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity
"have some milk"
"some roses were still blooming"
"having some friends over"
"some apples"
"some paper"
<-> no, all

{adj: splashed} (of a fluid) having been propelled about in flying drops or masses
"with clothes wet by splashed water"

{adj: tangled} in a confused mass
"pushed back her tangled hair"
"the tangled ropes"
<-> untangled

{adj: undigested} not thought over and arranged systematically in the mind; not absorbed or assimilated mentally
"an undigested mass of facts gathered at random"

{adj: volumed} formed or rising in rounded masses
"gasping with the volumed smoke"

{adj: weapons-grade} of a quality adequate for use in weapons (especially in weapons of mass destruction)
"weapons-grade plutonium"
"weapons-grade anthrax"

{adv: restfully, quietly} in a restful manner
"the streets are restfully sunny and still for the town is at mass"

{n: Depression, Great Depression} a period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment

{n: Duvalier, Jean-Claude Duvalier, Baby Doc} son and successor of Francois Duvalier as president of Haiti; he was overthrown by a mass uprising in 1986 (born in 1951)

{n: Eurasia} the land mass formed by the continents of Europe and Asia

{n: European lemming, Lemmus lemmus} notable for mass migrations even into the sea where many drown

{n: Ford, Henry Ford} United States manufacturer of automobiles who pioneered mass production (1863-1947)

{n: Foreign Intelligence Service, Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki, SVR} Russia's intelligence service responsible for foreign operations, intelligence-gathering and analysis, and the exchange of intelligence information; collaborates with other countries to oppose proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and organized crime

{n: Gastrocybe lateritia} a species of Gastrocybe fungus that has a conic cap and a thin stalk; at first the stalk is upright but as it matures the stalk bends over and then downward; the cap then gelatinizes and a slimy mass containing the spores falls to the ground as the stalk collapses

{n: Graham, Billy Graham, William Franklin Graham} United States evangelical preacher famous as a mass evangelist (born in 1918)

{n: Harris, Bomber Harris, Sir Arthur Travers Harris} British marshal of the Royal Air Force; during World War II he directed mass bombing raids against German cities that resulted in heavy civilian casualties (1892-1984)

{n: High Mass} a solemn and elaborate Mass with music

{n: Host} a technical name for the bread used in the service of Mass or Holy Communion

{n: J particle, psi particle} a neutral meson with a large mass

{n: Lashkar-e-Taiba, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, LET, Army of the Pure, Army of the Righteous} the most brutal terrorist group active in Kashmir; fights against India with the goal of restoring Islamic rule of India
"Lashkar-e-Toiba has committed mass murders of civilian Hindus"

{n: Low Mass} a Mass recited without music

{n: Mass card} (Roman Catholic Church) a card sent to a bereaved family that says the sender has arranged for a Mass to be said in memory of the deceased

{n: Mass} (Roman Catholic Church and Protestant Churches) the celebration of the Eucharist

{n: Mass} a musical setting for a Mass
"they played a Mass composed by Beethoven"

{n: Mass} a sequence of prayers constituting the Christian Eucharistic rite
"the priest said Mass"

{n: McLuhan, Marshall McLuhan, Herbert Marshall McLuhan} Canadian writer noted for his analyses of the mass media (1911-1980)

{n: Model T} the first widely available automobile powered by a gasoline engine; mass-produced by Henry Ford from 1908 to 1927

{n: National Liberation Army, ELN} a Marxist terrorist group formed in 1963 by Colombian intellectuals who were inspired by the Cuban Revolution; responsible for a campaign of mass kidnappings and resistance to the government's efforts to stop the drug trade
"ELN kidnappers target foreign employees of large corporations"

{n: Neurospora, genus Neurospora} genus of fungi with black perithecia used extensively in genetic research; includes some forms with orange spore masses that cause severe damage in bakeries

{n: Nonproliferation Center, NPC} an agency that serves as the focal point for all Intelligence Community activities related to nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their missile delivery systems

{n: Office of the Dead} an office read or sung before a burial mass in the Roman Catholic Church

{n: Pop Art} an American school of the 1950s that imitated the techniques of commercial art (as the soup cans of Andy Warhol) and the styles of popular culture and the mass media

{n: Radiigera fuscogleba} a fungus similar to an earthstar except that it does not open up; the spore mass is brown at maturity with a column of sterile tissue extending up into it

{n: Requiem} a Mass celebrated for the dead

{n: Requiem} a musical setting for a Mass celebrating the dead

{n: Rutherford atom} first modern concept of atomic structure; all of the positive charge and most of the mass of the atom are contained in a compact nucleus; a number of electrons (equal to the atomic number) occupy the rest of the volume of the atom and neutralize the positive charge

{n: Secotiaceae, family Secotiaceae} a family of fungi that have a stalk and cap and a wrinkled mass of tissue (the gleba) where spores are produced; are often dismissed as misshapen forms of other fungi

{n: Sikorsky, Igor Sikorsky, Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky} United States industrialist (born in Russia) who designed the first four-engine airplane and the first mass-produced helicopter (1889-1972)

{n: Systeme International d'Unites, Systeme International, SI system, SI, International System of Units, International System} a complete metric system of units of measurement for scientists; fundamental quantities are length (meter) and mass (kilogram) and time (second) and electric current (ampere) and temperature (kelvin) and amount of matter (mole) and luminous intensity (candela)
"Today the United States is the only country in the world not totally committed to the Systeme International d'Unites"

{n: Thomas, Seth Thomas} United States clockmaker who introduced mass production (1785-1859)

{n: Thomson, Joseph John Thomson, Sir Joseph John Thomson} English physicist who experimented with the conduction of electricity through gases and who discovered the electron and determined its charge and mass (1856-1940)

{n: Tillandsia, genus Tillandsia} large genus of epiphytic or terrestrial sparse-rooting tropical plants usually forming dense clumps or pendant masses

{n: Unification Church} a Christian church (with some Buddhist elements) founded in 1954 by Sun Myung Moon and known for staging mass weddings and other communal activities

{n: Wilms' tumor, Wilms tumour, adenomyosarcoma, nephroblastoma, embryoma of the kidney} malignant renal tumor of young children characterized by hypertension and blood in the urine and the presence of a palpable mass

{n: Zygnemataceae, family Zygnemataceae} pond scums: common freshwater algae forming green slimy masses

{n: absorption coefficient, coefficient of absorption, absorptance} a measure of the rate of decrease in the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (as light) as it passes through a given substance; the fraction of incident radiant energy absorbed per unit mass or thickness of an absorber
"absorptance equals 1 minus transmittance"

{n: abundance} (chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust; expressed as a percentage or in parts per million

{n: admass} the segment of the public that is easily influenced by mass media (chiefly British)

{n: agglomeration} a jumbled collection or mass

{n: agglomeration} the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating

{n: agglutination, agglutinating activity} the coalescing of small particles that are suspended in solution; these larger masses are then (usually) precipitated

{n: air mass} a large body of air with uniform characteristics horizontally

{n: alligator weed, alligator grass, Alternanthera philoxeroides} prolific South American aquatic weed having grasslike leaves and short spikes of white flowers; clogs waterways with dense floating masses

{n: ammunition} any nuclear or chemical or biological material that can be used as a weapon of mass destruction

{n: angioma} a tumor consisting of a mass of blood or lymphatic vessels

{n: angular momentum} the product of the momentum of a rotating body and its distance from the axis of rotation
"any rotating body has an angular momentum about its center of mass"
"angular momentum makes the world go round"

{n: antiparticle} a particle that has the same mass as another particle but has opposite values for its other properties; interaction of a particle and its antiparticle results in annihilation and the production of radiant energy

{n: antitauon, tau-plus particle} an antilepton of very great mass

{n: arts and crafts} the arts of decorative design and handicraft
"they sponsored arts and crafts in order to encourage craftsmanship in an age of mass production"

{n: arum, aroid} any plant of the family Araceae; have small flowers massed on a spadix surrounded by a large spathe

{n: atmosphere, air} the mass of air surrounding the Earth
"there was great heat as the comet entered the atmosphere"
"it was exposed to the air"

{n: atomic mass unit} unit of mass for expressing masses of atoms or molecules

{n: atomic mass} (chemistry) the mass (in atomic mass units) of an isotope of an element

{n: atomic weight, relative atomic mass} (chemistry) the ratio of the atomic mass of an element to half the atomic mass of carbon

{n: avalanche} a slide of large masses of snow and ice and mud down a mountain

{n: ball, clod, glob, lump, clump, chunk} a compact mass
"a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder"

{n: ballistic pendulum} a physical pendulum consisting of a large mass suspended from a rod; its displacement is used to measure the velocity of a projectile

{n: ball} a more or less rounded anatomical body or mass
"the ball at the base of the thumb"
"he stood on the balls of his feet"

{n: banzai attack, banzai charge} a mass attack of troops without concern for casualties; originated by Japanese who accompanied it with yells of `banzai'

{n: barycenter} (astronomy) the common center of mass around which two or more bodies revolve

{n: baryon, heavy particle} any of the elementary particles having a mass equal to or greater than that of a proton and that participate in strong interactions; a hadron with a baryon number of +1

{n: basal ganglion} any of several masses of subcortical grey matter at the base of each cerebral hemisphere that seem to be involved in the regulation of voluntary movement

{n: batch, deal, flock, good deal, great deal, hatful, heap, lot, mass, mess, mickle, mint, muckle, peck, pile, plenty, pot, quite a little, raft, sight, slew, spate, stack, tidy sum, wad, whole lot, whole slew} (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
"a batch of letters"
"a deal of trouble"
"a lot of money"
"he made a mint on the stock market"
"it must have cost plenty"

{n: batholith, batholite, pluton, plutonic rock} large mass of intrusive igneous rock believed to have solidified deep within the earth

{n: big-bang theory, big bang theory} (cosmology) the theory that the universe originated 20 billion years ago from the cataclysmic explosion of a small mass of matter at extremely high density and temperature

{n: binding energy, separation energy} the energy required to separate particles from a molecule or atom or nucleus; equals the mass defect

{n: biomass} the total mass of living matter in a given unit area

{n: blackberry-lily, leopard lily, Belamcanda chinensis} garden plant whose capsule discloses when ripe a mass of seeds resembling a blackberry

{n: blastema} a mass of undifferentiated cells from which an organ or body part develops

{n: blood clot, grume} a semisolid mass of coagulated red and white blood cells

{n: blood coagulation, blood clotting} a process in which liquid blood is changed into a semisolid mass (a blood clot)

{n: body} an individual 3-dimensional object that has mass and that is distinguishable from other objects
"heavenly body"

{n: boil smut, Ustilago maydis} a common smut attacking Indian corn causing greyish white swellings that rupture to expose a black spore mass

{n: bolus} a small round soft mass (as of chewed food)

{n: boson} any particle that obeys Bose-Einstein statistics but not the Pauli exclusion principle; all nuclei with an even mass number are bosons

{n: bottom quark, beauty quark} a quark with a charge of -1/3 and a mass about 10,000 times that of an electron

{n: boulder, bowlder} a large smooth mass of rock detached from its place of origin

{n: brier, brierpatch, brier patch} tangled mass of prickly plants

{n: bulk, mass, volume} the property of something that is great in magnitude
"it is cheaper to buy it in bulk"
"he received a mass of correspondence"
"the volume of exports"

{n: bulk} the property possessed by a large mass

{n: bullbrier, greenbrier, catbrier, horse brier, horse-brier, brier, briar, Smilax rotundifolia} a very prickly woody vine of the eastern United States growing in tangled masses having tough round stems with shiny leathery leaves and small greenish flowers followed by clusters of inedible shiny black berries

{n: bullion} a mass of precious metal

{n: bunt, Tilletia caries} fungus that destroys kernels of wheat by replacing them with greasy masses of smelly spores

{n: bunt, stinking smut} disease of wheat characterized by replacement of the grains with greasy masses of smelly smut spores

{n: buttock, cheek} either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump

{n: carib wood, Sabinea carinalis} small Dominican tree bearing masses of large crimson flowers before the fine pinnate foliage emerges

{n: center of buoyancy, centre of buoyancy, center of immersion, centre of immersion} (physics) the center of mass of the immersed part of ship or other floating object

{n: center of gravity, centre of gravity} the point within something at which gravity can be considered to act; in uniform gravity it is equal to the center of mass

{n: center of mass, centre of mass} point representing the mean position of the matter in a body

{n: centroid} the center of mass of an object of uniform density

{n: chantry} a chapel endowed for singing Masses for the soul of the donor

{n: chantry} an endowment for the singing of Masses

{n: charm quark} a quark with an electric charge of +2/3 and a mass 2900 times that of an electron and a charm of +1

{n: chasuble} a long sleeveless vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass

{n: chyme} a semiliquid mass of partially digested food that passes from the stomach through the pyloric sphincter into the duodenum

{n: cloud} a visible mass of water or ice particles suspended at a considerable altitude

{n: cobalt 60} a radioactive isotope of cobalt with mass number 60; a source of exceptionally intense gamma rays; used in radiation therapy

{n: cold front, polar front} the front of an advancing mass of colder air

{n: comet} (astronomy) a relatively small extraterrestrial body consisting of a frozen mass that travels around the sun in a highly elliptical orbit

{n: concentrated fire, massed fire} fire from two or more weapons directed at a single target or area (as fire by batteries of two or more warships)

{n: cone, strobilus, strobile} cone-shaped mass of ovule- or spore-bearing scales or bracts

{n: conglomeration, conglobation} an occurrence combining miscellaneous things into a (more or less) rounded mass

{n: conservation of mass, conservation of matter, law of conservation of mass, law of conservation of matter} a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system

{n: consolidation} combining into a solid mass

{n: consolidation} something that has consolidated into a compact mass
"he dropped the consolidation into the acid bath"

{n: continental glacier} a glacier that spreads out from a central mass of ice

{n: copper, Cu, atomic number 29} a ductile malleable reddish-brown corrosion-resistant diamagnetic metallic element; occurs in various minerals but is the only metal that occurs abundantly in large masses; used as an electrical and thermal conductor

{n: coprolith, fecalith, faecalith, stercolith} a hard mass of fecal matter

{n: coral root} a wildflower of the genus Corallorhiza growing from a hard mass of rhizomes associated with a fungus that aids in absorbing nutrients from the forest floor

{n: coral} marine colonial polyp characterized by a calcareous skeleton; masses in a variety of shapes often forming reefs

{n: corpus striatum, striatum, striate body} a striped mass of white and grey matter located in front of the thalamus in each cerebral hemisphere; consists of the caudate nucleus and the lenticular nucleus

{n: covered smut} a smut fungus causing a smut disease of grains in which the spore masses are covered or held together by the grain membranes

{n: craton} the part of a continent that is stable and forms the central mass of the continent; typically Precambrian

{n: critical mass} the minimum amount (of something) required to start or maintain a venture
"the battle for the computer market has now reached critical mass"
"there is now a critical mass of successful women to take the lead"
"they sold the business because it lacked critical mass"

{n: critical mass} the minimum mass of fissionable material that can sustain a chain reaction

{n: cushion} a soft bag filled with air or a mass of padding such as feathers or foam rubber etc.

{n: cyclone} (meteorology) rapid inward circulation of air masses about a low-pressure center; circling counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern
<-> anticyclone

{n: deco, art deco} a style of design that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s; marked by stylized forms and geometric designs adapted to mass production

{n: down quark} a stable quark with an electric charge of -1/3 and a mass 607 times that of an electron

{n: drift ice} masses of ice floating in the open sea

{n: dynamic balance} (aeronautics) the state of equilibrium in which centrifugal forces due to a rotating mass (e.g., a propeller) do not produce force in the shaft and so vibration is reduced

{n: dyne} a unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleration of 1 cm/sec/sec to a mass of 1 gram

{n: economy of scale} the saving in cost of production that is due to mass production

{n: ergot, Claviceps purpurea} a fungus that infects various cereal plants forming compact black masses of branching filaments that replace many grains of the plant; source of medicinally important alkaloids and of lysergic acid

{n: ethnic cleansing} the mass expulsion and killing of one ethic or religious group in an area by another ethnic or religious group in that area

{n: field strength, field intensity} the vector sum of all the forces exerted by an electrical or magnetic field (on a unit mass or unit charge or unit magnetic pole) at a given point in the field

{n: flag smut fungus} a smut fungus causing a smut in cereals and other grasses that chiefly affects leaves and stems and is characterized chains of sori within the plant tissue that later rupture releasing black masses of spores

{n: floccule, floc} a small loosely aggregated mass of flocculent material suspended in or precipitated from a liquid

{n: foam, froth} a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid
"the beer had a thick head of foam"

{n: fogbank} a large mass of fog on the sea (as seen from a distance)

{n: force} (physics) the influence that produces a change in a physical quantity
"force equals mass times acceleration"

{n: front} (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses

{n: gangrene, sphacelus, slough} necrotic tissue; a mortified or gangrenous part or mass

{n: geniculate body} one of four small oval masses that protrude slightly from the underside of the thalamus and function as synaptic centers on the way to the cerebral cortex

{n: glaciation} the condition of being covered with glaciers or masses of ice; the result of glacial action
"Agassiz recognized marks of glaciation all over northern Europe"

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