# mass 中文

EN[mæs] [-æs] [-ɑːs] [mɑːs]
US

• 在日常生活中的“重量”常常被用來表示“質量”，但是在科学上，这两个词表示物质不同的属性（参见质量对重量）。
• 在物理上，质量通常指物质在以下的三个实验上证明等价的属性之一：
• 惯性质量
• 一个物体的惯性质量决定它受力时的加速度（即后者會因前者的改變而改變）。根据牛顿运动第二定律，假设一个质量为的物体受到一个力，那其加速度为：。
• 主动引力质量和被动引力质量。
• 一个物体的质量也决定了它被引力场影响的程度。
• 假设一个质量为的物体距离别的质量为的物体的距离为，
• 第一个物体受到的引力可以通过所示公式计算：，
• 其中，表示万有引力常数，其值为6.67×10−11 kg−1m3s−2。这个质量通常被称为引力质量。
EN Mass

## Definition of mass in English Dictionary

• 名词 (Noun)PLmassesSUF-ass
1. (physical) Matter, material.
1. And if it were not for theſe Principles the Bodies of the Earth, Planets, Comets, Sun, and all things in them would grow cold and freeze, and become inactive Maſſes&#160;; [ …] .
2. Right in the midst the Goddesse selfe did stand / Upon an altar of some costly masse […].
3. After all, muscle maniacs go "ga ga" over mass no matter how it's presented.
2. A large quantity; a sum.
1. (quantity) Large in number.
1. Witness this army of such mass and charge / Led by a delicate and tender prince,
2. Night closed upon the pursuit, and aided the mass of the fugitives in their escape.
3. The mass of spectators didn't see the infraction on the field. ‎
4. A mass of ships converged on the beaches of Dunkirk. ‎
5. The masses are revolting. ‎
2. (Christianity) The Eucharist, now especially in Roman Catholicism.
1. (Christianity) Celebration of the Eucharist.
1. (Christianity, usually as the Mass) The sacrament of the Eucharist.
1. A musical setting of parts of the mass.
2. 动词 (Verb)SGmassesPRmassingPT, PPmassed
1. VT To form or collect into a mass; to form into a collective body; to bring together into masses; to assemble.
1. VI To have a certain mass.
1. I mass 70 kilograms
2. VI OBS To celebrate mass.
1. Involving a mass of things; concerning a large quantity or number.
1. There is evidence of mass extinctions in the distant past.
2. Involving a mass of people; of, for, or by the masses.
1. Mass unemployment resulted from the financial collapse.
4. 更多范例
1. 用于句中
• I began a scream that lasted unintermittingly the whole time of the incision ... the air felt like a mass of minute but sharp and forked poniards [daggers] that were tearing the edges of the wound.”
• Sometimes the trophozoites are seen as crescent-shaped masses at the periphery of the erythrocyte (accolé forms ).
• This form of percapita rate, derived from branching theory, is robust to variation in the true extinction rate, including events as dramatic as mass extinctions ( 29 ).
2. 用于句尾
• This is the common story of superstition, from the totemism of savage tribes and the image-worship of semi-civilized peoples on to the heathenism of the Mass.
• I had the unenviable job of clearing one for somebody not long ago and the obstruction turned out to be a number of vampire's teabags gathered in a mass.
• Einstein gave birth to a famous equation relating energy to mass.
• 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
1. 形容词
• 无法比较形容词
• 名词
• 可数名词
• 单数形态
• 不可数名词
• 动词
• 不及物动词
• 及物动词
相关连结:
1. fr masses
2. en masses
3. en massive
4. fr massive
5. en massacre
资料来源: 维基词典

## Meaning of mass for the defined word.

在语法上，这个单字"mass"是一个形容词，更具体地来说，是一个无法比较形容词。它同时也是一个名词，更具体地来说，是一个可数名词和一个单数形态。它同时也是一个动词，更具体地来说，是一个不及物动词和一个及物动词
困难度: 级别 1
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明确性: 级别 9
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