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en masse

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English

Etymology

French

Pronunciation

  • (UK)
    • IPA: /õ ˈmæs/
    • (Anglicised) IPA: /ɒn ˈmæs/ SAMPA: /Qn "m{s/

Adverb

en masse (not comparable)
  1. in a single body or group; together
    quotations
    • "The net effect of the narrowing passage and the muddy interlude was that the heavy infantry elements arrived to meet the English in disorder (and not en masse) - which allows mobbing tactics which ordinarily wouldn't have been available, given their relative numbers." — [1]

French

Adverb

en masse

  1. en masse
  2. (Canada) (informal) in large amounts

German

Etymology

From French en masse

Adverb

en masse [[Category:Template:lang:de adverbs|en masse]]

  1. in large amounts

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