słownik litewsko - angielski

lietuvių kalba - English

masė po angielsku:

1. mass

Mass production reduced the price of many goods.
Newspapers, television, and radio are called the mass media.
weapons of mass destruction
The victims of the genocide were buried in mass graves spread over 25 square kilometers.
Mass is a Catholic ceremony of remembering Jesus Christ by eating and drinking.
Today, through radio and television, mass advertising can reach millions of people at a time with its messages.
Compare unidirectional mass media such as radio and television with bidirectional ones such as correspondence and the Internet.
A strike is a mass refusal to work by a body of employees.
A man who concentrates before a work of art is absorbed by it. In contrast, the distracted mass absorbs the work of art.
The job-seeking season is starting earlier each year and it's the mass media that are causing that trend by moving up their job interview schedule.
The government is trying to solve the problem of mass unemployment.
трудящиеся массы the working masses
A furious mass was shouting and singing.
Do you attend masses? I met my friend at the mass yesterday.
mass actions, events, or activities involve a large number of people at the same time