massed

listen to the pronunciation of massed
İngilizce - Türkçe
yığınak
mass
kütle

On binlerce insan soğuk ve yağmura rağmen Paskalya kutlamasında Papa Francis ile Dindar Kütleye katılmak için pazar sabahı Aziz Petrus Meydanında toplandı. - Tens of thousands of people gathered in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday morning, despite the cold and the rain, to take part in Solemn Mass with Pope Francis in celebration of Easter.

İki nesne arasındaki çekim kuvveti iki kütlenin ürünü ile orantılıdır ve onların kütle merkezleri arasındaki mesafeyle ters orantılıdır. - The force of gravity between two objects is proportional to the product of the two masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers of mass.

mass
kitle

Gazeteler,televizyon ve radyo kitle iletişim araçları olarak adlandırılır. - Newspapers, television, and radio are called the mass media.

Bulut bir buhar kitlesidir. - A cloud is a mass of vapor.

massed to
için yığılmış
massed fire
(Askeri) Ateş toplaması
massed fire
(Askeri) YOĞUN ATEŞ: 1. İki veya daha fazla geminin bataryalarının, tek bir hedefe karşı yöneltilen ateşi. 2. Muhtelif sayıda silahların tek bir noktaya veya küçük bir bölgeye yöneltilen ateşi. Ayrıca bakınız: "concentrated fire"
mass
{i} fiz. kütle
mass
kümelenmek
Mass
{i} aşai rabbani ayini
mass
yoğun
mass
avam
mass
(Tıp) massa

Massachusetts'in insanları son derece kızgın. - The people of Massachusetts were extremely angry.

Massachusetts'te bir adamın, karısının büyükannesi ile evlenmesine izin verilmez. - In Massachusetts, a man is not allowed to marry his wife's grandmother.

mass
kitlesel

Biz 6. kitlesel yok oluşun ortasındayız. - We are in the midst of the 6th mass extinction.

Kitlesel imha hayali kuran insanlar, toplumun faydalı bir şey üretmemiş olduğunu düşünüyor. - People who dream of mass destruction think that society hasn't constructed anything worthwhile.

mass
birikmek
mass
kilise ayini
mass
ekmek ve şarap ayini
mass
seri

Seri imalat birçok ürünün fiyatını düşürdü. - Mass production reduced the price of many goods.

mass
toptan
mass
toplu

Toplumun faydalı bir şey yapmadığına inanıyorsan, o zaman ayrıca kitle imhaya inanabilirsin. - If you believe society hasn't made anything worthwhile, then you might believe also in mass destruction.

Kitlesel imha hayali kuran insanlar, toplumun faydalı bir şey üretmemiş olduğunu düşünüyor. - People who dream of mass destruction think that society hasn't constructed anything worthwhile.

mass
kudas
mass
toplanmak
mass
çoğunluk
mass
külçe
mass
kalabalık
mass
çok kişiyi ilgilendiren
mass
bir araya gelmek
mass
çokluk
mass
{f} toplan

On binlerce insan soğuk ve yağmura rağmen Paskalya kutlamasında Papa Francis ile Dindar Kütleye katılmak için pazar sabahı Aziz Petrus Meydanında toplandı. - Tens of thousands of people gathered in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday morning, despite the cold and the rain, to take part in Solemn Mass with Pope Francis in celebration of Easter.

mass
kalabalık oluşturmak
mass
(Askeri) (CONCENTRATION) TOPLU DÜZEN: Birliklerin normalden daha az aralık ve mesafelerle tertiplendikleri düzen. Buna (mass formation) da denir
mass
kütlesel

Kütlesel sel, yerel ulaşım ağını felç etti. - The massive flood paralyzed the local transportation network.

mass
kitlesi
mass
(Askeri) TOPLU DÜZEN: Birliklerin normalden daha az aralık ve mesafelerle tertiplendikleri düzen
Mass
{i} küme
Mass
{i} aşai rabbani ayini müziği
Mass
{i} yığın

Aptal yığınlar Mandela'nın iyi bir adam olduğuna inanıyorlar. - The dumb masses believe that Mandela was a decent man.

mass
High Mass bu ayinin müzikli ve eksiksiz merasimi
mass
{i} bu ayine özgü müzik
mass
kümelemek
mass
(Askeri) Yığınak
mass
Katolik kiliselerinde ekmek ve şarabın takdisi ayini bu ayine mahsus müzik
mass
(Tıp) Kitle, massa, herhangi bir cisimde bulunan madde miktarı
mass
kitle,v.toplan: n.kütle
mass
yığmak
mass
{i} kütle, kitle, parça, yığın, küme
mass
Low Mass bu ayinin basit şekli
mass
{f} toplamak
mass
Black Mass ölüler için yapılan ayin
Türkçe - Türkçe

massed teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

MASS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Emmek. Bir şeyi eme eme içmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
past of mass
brought together into a group or crowd; "the accumulated letters in my office"
Massed is used to describe a large number of people who have been brought together for a particular purpose. He could not escape the massed ranks of newsmen. in a large group massed ranks/forces
{s} amassed; brought together in a mass; collected
Mass
The principal liturgical service of the Church, including a scripture service and a eucharistic service, which includes the consecration and oblation (offering) of the host and wine. One of the seven sacraments
Mass
A musical composition set to portions of the Mass
Mass
A similar ceremony offered by a number of Christian sects
mass
The principal part; the main body

Night closed upon the pursuit, and aided the mass of the fugitives in their escape.

mass
A large quantity; a sum

He had spent a huge mass of treasure.

mass
The sacrament of the Eucharist
mass
A medicinal substance made into a cohesive, homogeneous lump, of consistency suitable for making pills; as, blue mass
mass
To form or collect into a mass; to form into a collective body; to bring together into masses; to assemble

Can we this quote? Coleridge — But mass them together and they are terrible indeed.

mass
Celebration of the Eucharist
mass
A quantity of matter cohering together so as to make one body, or an aggregation of particles or things which collectively make one body or quantity, usually of considerable size; as, a mass of ore, metal, sand, or water

A deep mass of continual sea is slower stirred to rage.

mass
Excess body weight, especially in the form of muscle hypertrophy

After all, muscle maniacs go ga ga over mass no matter how it's presented.

mass
Involving a large quantity, or a large number
mass
A palpable or visible abnormal globular structure; a tumor
mass
A musical setting of parts of the mass
mass
The quantity of matter which a body contains, irrespective of its bulk or volume. It is one of four fundamental properties of matter. It is measured in kilograms in the SI system of measurement
Mass
{i} Catholic prayer services
mass
occurring widely (as to many people); "mass destruction
mass
The dimension of mass is often considered similar to the weight of an object However, weight is actually the force due to the acceleration of gravity To define mass more specifically, it is necessary to use Newton's second law of motion: F = Ma This can be transposed to M = F/a, which states that the mass is defined by how much force is necessary for a given amount of acceleration
mass
{v} to celebrate or frequent mass
mass
{n} a lump, the service of the Romish church
mass
an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people) a body of matter without definite shape; "a huge ice mass"
mass
A measure of the amount of matter in an object Mass is usually measured in grams or kilograms
mass
(Roman Catholic Church and Protestant Churches) the celebration of the Eucharist the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field a sequence of prayers constituting the Christian eucharistic rite; "the priest said Mass"
mass
The property of a body that is a measure of its inertia (lacking the power to move) and that is commonly taken as a measure of the amount of material it contains and causes it to have weight within Earth's gravity (Mass is different from "weight " What you weigh has to do with gravity; your mass is measured without gravity )
mass
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"
mass
If you say that something is a mass of things, you mean that it is covered with them or full of them. In the spring, the meadow is a mass of daffodils
mass
From the Latin for "sending," a word for the central liturgical worship service in the church Based upon the Last Supper, and linked inseparably to the sacrifice offered by Christ on the cross The solemn prayer and familiar rituals were doubtless beneficial to the spiritual lives of even the most uneducated medieval churchgoers The paintings, statues, stained glass windows and music would have offered much in the way of material for reflection even for those who could not understand the Latin Liturgical drama, with its costumes and props (swaddling clothes, an empty tomb, etc ) informed the senses as well as the mind The repetitive parts of the service would have been in Latin, and the faithful could usually expect a sermon in the vernacular, since even many priests found Latin a difficult language to use informally
mass
a measure of the amount of matter
mass
the Roman Catholic name for the Christian sacramental meal but sometimes used by conservative Episcopalians to refer to communion or eucharist
mass
A basic property of matter It is a measure of an object's resistance to acceleration On Earth's surface, an object's mass is different from, but proportional to, its weight M31 (Andromeda): The nearest large spiral galaxy to our own Milky Way Galaxy Magellanic Clouds: Two nearby, small, irregular galaxies that are gravitationally bound to the Milky Way Galaxy and visible to the naked eye from the southern hemisphere Main Sequence: The stable phase of a star's lifetime, when outward pressure from internal fusion process using hydrogen for fuel is balanced by the inward force of self-gravitation This phase is usually the longest phase of a star's lifetime Our Sun is a main sequence star
mass
The sacrifice in the sacrament of the Eucharist, or the consecration and oblation of the host
mass
(Roman Catholic Church and Protestant Churches) the celebration of the Eucharist
mass
Main service of the Roman Catholic Church, commemorating Christ's death and resurrection High Mass is sung, Low Mass is spoken
mass
a body of matter without definite shape; "a huge ice mass"
mass
A quantitative measure of a body's resistance to being accelerated; equal to the inverse ratio of the body's actual acceleration to the acceleration of a standard mass under otherwise identical conditions
mass
the quantity of matter in a body as measured by its resistance to a change in acceleration; different but proportional to weight
mass
A measure of the total amount of material in a body This is determined by either its inertial properties or by its gravitational interaction with another body
mass
an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)
mass
When people or things mass, or when you mass them, they gather together into a large crowd or group. Shortly after the workers went on strike, police began to mass at the shipyard The General was massing his troops for a counterattack. = gather
mass
Amount of matter an object contains On earth, this is measured as weight which is the amount of the force of gravity acting on the mass
mass
{f} amass, collect; condense; assemble into one group; concentrate or be concentrated; throng, crowd
mass
the quantity of matter in a body as measured by inertia
mass
Mass is used to describe something which involves or affects a very large number of people. ideas on combating mass unemployment weapons of mass destruction
mass
The quantity of matter which a body contains, irrespective of its bulk or volume
mass
{s} relating to or designed for the mass of people, large-scale, widespread, popular
mass
The portions of the Mass usually set to music, considered as a musical composition; namely, the Kyrie, the Gloria, the Credo, the Sanctus, and the Agnus Dei, besides sometimes an Offertory and the Benedictus
mass
A mass of something is a large amount of it. She had a mass of auburn hair
mass
The mass of people are most of the people in a country, society, or group. The 1939-45 world war involved the mass of the population = bulk, majority
mass
The amount of matter in an object It can be expressed in math as the total weight of the atoms or molecules in the object
mass
The mass is a measure of how much 'stuff' something contains This shouldn't be confused with weight, which is a measure of the force of gravity on an object An apple weighs more on Jupiter than it does on Earth because Jupiter's gravity is stronger However, the apple always has the same mass, no matter where it is We can't measure the weight of a planet simply because in space, the concept of weight is meaningless! Weight is measured in terms of the attraction of one body to another In other words, in order to "weigh" Jupiter, you'd have to have it sitting on a scale on the Earth!
mass
{i} large amount of unspecified size; greatness of size, bulk, magnitude; lump; crowd, common people; abundance, overflow
mass
Bulk; magnitude; body; size
mass
The musical setting of the Roman Catholic Church service, usually just the ordinary, but sometimes also the proper
mass
To celebrate Mass
mass
a sequence of prayers constituting the Christian eucharistic rite; "the priest said Mass"
mass
If you talk about the masses, you mean the ordinary people in society, in contrast to the leaders or the highly educated people. His music is commercial. It is aimed at the masses
mass
a musical setting for a Mass; "they played a Mass composed by Beethoven"
mass
The Eucharist, now especially in Roman Catholicism
mass
A mass of things is a large number of them grouped together. On his desk is a mass of books and papers
mass
(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"
mass
A measure of the quantity of matter The total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom Approximately equal to the atomic weight
mass
A measure of an object's resistance to acceleration; different from but proportional to the object's weight mass number - The total number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus of an atom mass spectrometry - The experimental determination of the mass of an atom or molecule by observing its behavior as it is accelerated in a magnetic field mass spectrum - A graph obtained from a mass spectrophotometer that shows the atomic or molecular mass of the sample vs the number of atoms or molecules having that mass mean - A number that typifies a set of numbers of which it is a function The value obtained by dividing the sum of a set of quantities by the number of quantities in the set
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"
mass
occurring widely (as to many people); "mass destruction"
mass
an intrinsic property of an object that measures its resistance to an acceleration Mass is measured in units of kilograms
mass
A measure of the total amount of material in a body, defined either by the inertial properties of the body or by its gravitational influence on other bodies
mass
the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field
mass
In physics, the mass of an object is the amount of physical matter that it has. Astronomers know that Pluto and Triton have nearly the same size, mass, and density
mass
A measure of the quantity of matter; a fundamental physical quantity
mass
From the Latin word, missa, meaning "sent," or "dismissed " Mass is the Roman Catholic name for the Christian sacramental meal but sometimes used by Episcopalians to refer to communion or Eucharist The word probably originated from the ending of the old Roman Catholic liturgy, where the celebrant proclaimed, "Ite missa est "
mass
Masses of something means a great deal of it. There's masses of work for her to do It has masses of flowers each year
mass
A mass of a solid substance, a liquid, or a gas is an amount of it, especially a large amount which has no definite shape. before it cools and sets into a solid mass The fourteenth century cathedral was reduced to a mass of rubble
mass
The quantity of matter in an object
mass
join together into a mass or collect or form a mass; "Crowds were massing outside the palace"
mass
the common people generally; "separate the warriors from the mass"; "power to the people"
mass
Mass is a Christian church ceremony, especially in a Roman Catholic or Orthodox church, during which people eat bread and drink wine in order to remember the last meal of Jesus Christ. She attended a convent school and went to Mass each day. see also massed, critical mass, land mass. Massachusetts. W3 involving or intended for a very large number of people. Quantitative measure of inertia, or the resistance of a body to a change in motion. The greater the mass, the smaller is the change produced by an applied force. Unlike weight, the mass of an object remains constant regardless of its location. Thus, as a satellite moves away from the gravitational pull of the Earth, its weight decreases but its mass remains the same. In ordinary, classical chemical reactions, mass can be neither created nor destroyed. The sum of the masses of the reactants is always equal to the sum of the masses of the products. For example, the mass of wood and oxygen that disappears in combustion is equal to the mass of water vapour, carbon dioxide, smoke, and ash that appears. However, Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity shows that mass and energy are equivalent, so mass can be converted into energy and vice versa. Mass is converted into energy in nuclear fusion and nuclear fission. In these instances, conservation of mass is seen as a special case of a more general conservation of mass-energy. See also critical mass. Celebration of the Eucharist in the Roman Catholic church. It is considered a sacramental reenactment of the death and resurrection of Jesus as well as a true sacrifice in which the body and blood of Jesus (the bread and wine) are offered to God. It is also seen as a sacred meal that unifies and nourishes the community of believers. The mass includes readings from Scripture, a sermon, an offertory, a eucharistic prayer, and communion. The rite was greatly changed after the Second Vatican Council, notably in the adoption of vernacular languages in place of Latin. See also sacrament, transubstantiation. air mass critical mass Einstein's mass energy relation mass action law of mass flow mass movement mass wasting mass production mass spectrometry mass spectroscopy mass transit requiem mass
massed