Copenhagen – [koh-puhn-hey-guhn]
a seaport in and the capital of Denmark, on the E coast of Zealand. 802,391; with suburbs, 1,380,204. Danish, København.
mass – [mas]
1. a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of considerable size: a mass of dough. 2. a collection of incoherent particles, parts, or objects regarded as forming one body: a mass of sand. 3. aggregate; whole (usually prec. by in the): People, in the mass, mean well. 4. a considerable assemblage, number, or quantity: a mass of errors; a mass of troops. 5. bulk, size, expanse, or massiveness: towers of great mass and strength. 6. Fine Arts. a. Painting. an expanse of color or tone that defines form or shape in general outline rather than in detail. b. a shape or three-dimensional volume that has or gives the illusion of having weight, density, and bulk. 7. the main body, bulk, or greater part of anything: the great mass of American films. 8. Physics. the quantity of matter as determined from its weight or from Newton’s second law of motion. Abbreviation: m Compare weight (def. 2), relativistic mass, rest mass. 9. Pharmacology. a preparation of thick, pasty consistency, from which pills are made. 10. the masses, the ordinary or common people as a whole; the working classes or the lower social classes. -adjective 11. pertaining to, involving, or affecting a large number of people: mass unemployment; mass migrations; mass murder. 12. participated in or performed by a large number of people, esp. together in a group: mass demonstrations; mass suicide. 13. pertaining to, involving, or characteristic of the mass of the people: the mass mind; a movie designed to appeal to a mass audience. 14. reaching or designed to reach a large number of people: television, newspapers, and other means of mass communication. 15. done on a large scale or in large quantities: mass destruction. -verb (used without object) 16. to come together in or form a mass or masses: The clouds are massing in the west. -verb (used with object) 17. to gather into or dispose in a mass or masses; assemble: The houses are massed in blocks.