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mas.

abbreviation for

  1. masculine.


mas

1

/ mɑːs /

noun

  1. a carnival
  2. music played for a carnival, or a band playing this


-mas

2

combining form

  1. indicating a Christian festival

    Christmas

    Michaelmas

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Word History and Origins

Origin of mas.1

C20: from masquerade

Origin of mas.2

from Mass

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Example Sentences

Launched just 13 years ago, it quickly became a serious rival to MAS and a rising juggernaut in Asia.

He also decided to send messages to the future, dictating the generational names for 60 generations of Mas yet to come.

Since adding the Special Club category to the wine list, Champagne sales at Mas have increased threefold.

At Mas, Bender and his staff often create multi-course dinners paired with Special Club wines.

At a recent tasting at Mas, Bender selected three favorites from his Special Club list.

Miss Dory would say so, but, Mas'r Crompton, you'll fotch her back sometime to de ole place.

His father's home was a little way out of the village, and the boy was brought up at the mas, amid farm-hands and shepherds.

Vincèn is found unconscious and carried to the Mas des Micocoules, and various remedies tried.

Mas lamì ang litsi priska kay sa linata, Fresh milk tastes better than canned milk.

Thus, for instance, the first Mas-sa-chusetts Bay colonists came over in 1628.

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