mass

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  • Info In physics, mass is a property of a physical body which determines resistance to being accelerated by a force and the strength of its mutual gravitational attraction with other bodies. more...
  • The mass of people had no say in government at all.
  • They may have been some of the new mass books that were being written at this time.
  • This is the result of the water's mass and specific heat capacity.
  • These two models were the beginning of the mass-produced S series of performance cars.
  • He discovered that, although matter may change its form or shape, its mass always remains the same.
  • He called it rest mass energy - energy which every mass must possess even when being at rest.
  • However, the total system mass and energy do not change during this interaction.
  • They often lost out at the box office to movies with more mass appeal.
  • All he could see were masses of troops in the distance and thus nothing more was attempted.
  • He began to wonder where such masses of stone had come from.
  • It is also equivalent to mass, and this mass is always associated with it.
  • This is one of the highest masses known for such an object.
  • This causes a pitch down force on the aircraft if the centre of mass remains where it was.
  • The point lies on the line through the two large masses, beyond the smaller of the two.
  • Here, the government has "total control of mass communications and social and economic organizations".
  • It was by far the most famous of all his masses.
  • Additional armed troops were massed inside the university building and in other nearby buildings.
  • He grew up in a Roman Catholic family who attended Mass every Sunday.
  • It was also used to measure medicine and other very small masses.
  • He looked out the window and saw police massing in the street.
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Meaning of mass

  • noun The property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field
  • noun An ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)
  • noun (roman catholic church and protestant churches) the celebration of the eucharist
  • noun A body of matter without definite shape
    a huge ice mass
  • noun A musical setting for a mass
    they played a Mass composed by Beethoven
  • noun A sequence of prayers constituting the christian eucharistic rite
    the priest said Mass
  • verb Join together into a mass or collect or form a mass
    Crowds were massing outside the palace