a system of large-scale public transportation in a given metropolitan area, typically comprising buses, subways, and elevated trains.
noun, Geology. 1. downhill movement of soil and rock fragments induced by gravity.
[mas-ee] /ˈmæs i/ adjective, massier, massiest. 1. . /ˈmæsɪ/ adjective massier, massiest 1. a literary word for massive adj. late 14c., from mass (n.1) + -y (2).
[mah-sahys] /ˈmɑ saɪs/ noun 1. Quentin [kven-tin;; English kwen-tn] /ˈkvɛn tɪn;; English ˈkwɛn tn/ (Show IPA), 1466?–1530, Flemish painter. /Flemish ˈmasaɪs/ noun 1. Quentin (ˈkventin). 1466–1530, Flemish painter, based in Antwerp; noted for his portraits and scenes of everyday life
[mas-tuh-buh] /ˈmæs tə bə/ noun 1. an ancient Egyptian tomb made of mud brick, rectangular in plan with sloping sides and a flat roof. 2. (in Islamic countries) a fixed bench, especially one of stone. /ˈmæstəbə/ noun 1. a mudbrick superstructure above tombs in ancient Egypt from which the pyramid developed