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(名词) 
Definition
a collection of the component parts of something
On the desk is a mass of books and papers.
同义词
lot
The receivers are keen to sell the stores as one lot.
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collection
He has gathered a large collection of prints and paintings over the years.
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load (informal)
They came up with a load of embarrassing information.
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pile
a pile of books
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quantity
a vast quantity of food
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bunch
We did a bunch of songs together.
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stack
There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor.
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heap
a heap of bricks
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rick
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batch
the current batch of trainee priests
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accumulation
accumulations of dirt
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stockpile
stockpiles of chemical weapons
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aggregation
Society is more than just an aggregation of individuals.
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conglomeration
a conglomeration of buildings, all tightly packed together
(名词) 
Definition
a large body of something without a definite shape
Cut it up before it cools and sets into a solid mass.
同义词
piece
a piece of wood
Another piece of cake?
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block
a block of ice
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lump
a lump of wood
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chunk
Cut the melon into chunks.
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hunk
a thick hunk of bread
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concretion
(名词) 
Definition
the main part or majority
The Second World War involved the mass of the population.
同义词
majority
The majority of our customers come from out of town.
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body
the preface, followed by the main body of the article
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bulk
The vast bulk of imports and exports is carried by sea.
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best part
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greater part
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almost all
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lion's share
Nuclear research has received the lion's share of public funding.
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preponderance
The preponderance of the evidence strongly supports his guilt.
(名词) 
Definition
a large amount or number, as of people
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
同义词
crowd
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
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group
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
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body
The great body of people moved slowly forward.
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pack
a pack of journalists who wanted to interview him
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lot
We've just sacked one lot of builders.
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army
data collected by an army of volunteers
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host
A host of stars attended the awards ceremony.
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band
bands of government soldiers
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troop
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
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drove
Scientists are leaving the country in droves.
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crush
They got separated from each other in the crush.
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bunch (informal)
The players were a great bunch.
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mob
a growing mob of demonstrators
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flock
his flock of advisors
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herd
large herds of elephant and buffalo
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number
People turned out to vote in huge numbers.
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horde
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
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multitude
the multitudes that surround the Pope
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throng
An official pushed through the throng.
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rabble
a rabble of gossip columnists
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assemblage
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
(名词) 
Definition
the size of a body
Pluto and Triton have nearly the same mass and density.
同义词
size
books of various sizes
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matter
Forget it; it's of no matter.
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weight
The weight of evidence suggests that he is guilty.
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extent
an estate about seven or eight acres in extent
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dimensions
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bulk
Despite his bulk he moved lightly on his feet.
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magnitude
the magnitude of the task confronting them
,
(名词) 
The enormous mass of evidence also includes 1,000 witness statements.
同义词
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body
a body of evidence
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whole
The different components combine to form a complete whole.
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sum
A group is more than the sum of the individuals in it.
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aggregate
society viewed as an aggregate of individuals
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entirety
His own diary forms the entirety of the novel.
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totality
We must take into consideration the totality of the evidence.
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sum total
(形容词) 
Definition
done or occurring on a large scale
ideas on combating mass unemployment
同义词
large-scale
a large-scale military operation
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general
Contrary to general opinion, these plants do not need acidic soil.
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popular
He was overthrown by a popular uprising.
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widespread
There is widespread support for the proposals.
Food shortages are widespread.
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extensive
The blast caused extensive damage.
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universal
proposals for universal health care
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wholesale
the wholesale destruction of life on this planet
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indiscriminate
the indiscriminate killing of refugees
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pandemic
(动词) 
Definition
to join together into a mass
Shortly after the announcement, police began to mass at the shipyard.
同义词
gather
In the evenings, we gathered round the fire and talked.
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assemble
The assembled multitude cheered as the leaders arrived.
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accumulate
Lead can accumulate in the body until toxic levels are reached.
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collect
Two young girls were collecting firewood.
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muster
The general had mustered his troops north of the border.
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swarm
People swarmed to the shops, buying up everything in sight.
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amass
We didn't enquire as to how she had amassed her fortune.
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congregate
People were already beginning to congregate outside the cinema.
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foregather

短语

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其他同义词

in the sense of accumulate
Definition
to gather together in an increasing quantity
Lead can accumulate in the body until toxic levels are reached.
同义词
build up,
be stored,
cumulate
in the sense of accumulation
Definition
something that has been collected
accumulations of dirt
in the sense of aggregate
Definition
an amount or total formed from separate units
society viewed as an aggregate of individuals

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