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Synonyms for massive

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Synonyms for massive

imposing in size or bulk or solidity

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being the same substance throughout

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imposing in scale or scope or degree or power

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consisting of great mass

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In most parts of the Universe studied by astronomers to date, stars become rarer the more massive they are.
Massive MIMO is a key technology component in the evolution towards 5G.
API integration: Enterprise customers can rely on Massive Networks to provision the Cloud Exchange Connect via the Massive portal to the supported cloudtrek regions, initially in North America with additional locations will be added in the future.
Service providers now have the power to respond directly to A/B testing and audience behaviour, setting new industry benchmarks in targeting content to separate audience groups through unique user experiences, Massive concluded.
Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) in New Mexico suggest that the disk itself is so massive that it may eventually break up under its own gravity and form several small stars locked in orbit around their massive parent.
5/ Defeat Ymir x30 -> Rewards: Rossweisse Massive x1, Odin Massive x1
Mark Krumholz of Princeton University and the University of California, Santa Cruz, and Christopher McKee of the University of California, Berkeley, calculate that the gas in star-forming regions must have a minimum density in order to produce massive stars.
Such efforts are crucial, says Hubert, especially in light of recent statistics which indicate that the aging workforce will require a massive influx of new tradespeople within the next 10 years.
Massive Attack's dark, cinematic music has often been more of a sedative than a call to arms.
Back in the 1960s, some scientists predicted that the global environment would collapse within 30 years due to massive air and water pollution.
The term sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy (SHML) was introduced by Rosai and Dorfman in 1969.
In the late 1970s the Venetian archives were awash with a new generation of scholars: attracted by reports of massive runs of unstudied documents and the work of scholars like Ferdinand Braudel, Frederick Lane, and Gaetano Cozzi, overnight they were transformed from a quiet retreat for a few scholars toiling in relative anonymity to a lively place of intellectual ferment.
The city currently exists in a giddy state of equilibrium between government control and market forces, the monolithic state regime acting as a valve for releasing massive forces which would otherwise send the country into a multi-directional frenzy of socio-economic instability.
After all, the more massive you are, the more force it takes to ram you to the ground.