Translation of amass in Spanish:


amasar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈmæs/ /əˈmas/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (fortune) amasar
    (arms/information/debts) acumular
    • The police have amassed a huge amount of evidence which they will now go through.
    • He found the most beautiful ring, and amassed a huge amount of knowledge on the subject.
    • Yet, it has still managed to amass a huge amount of cash and a reputation as an aggressive and relentless competitor.
    • Traditionally only organizations had the resources to amass large amounts of consumer information.
    • You would be right in saying that just as he has numerous people who seem to hang on his every word, he has also amassed a significant number of critics.
    • They amassed a number of chances to put victory beyond doubt before half-time.
    • Aristotle was an industrious collector who amassed a prodigious quantity of information on a vast variety of topics.
    • But he failed to answer questions that the Treasury had amassed four billion pounds extra in tax through the increases.
    • I am pleased to report that the chest of drawers is indeed still white on the top and that I seem to have amassed a hefty quantity of necklaces.
    • By the time the opposition amassed its figures of discrepancy, most of the groups had filed their reports and left.
    • Peirce spent five years studying the case and amassed an astonishing quantity of information.
    • In more trials with indigenous plants, his immediate challenge was to amass sufficient quantities of seed so that large areas might be replanted.
    • Little is known about how he amassed such a huge fortune before his death in 1852 aged 72.
    • They looked upon electoral victory as licence to abuse power, help cronies and amass huge fortunes.
    • Since 1997 he has amassed a vast store of knowledge as a maverick manufacturer of beautifully crafted racing motorcycles.
    • His firm has amassed its billions mainly from large institutional clients and pension funds.
    • He amassed a fortune through dubious means, yet cracked down on corruption
    • She was herself a stock broker for a number of years, and through her company amassed a fortune.
    • The £11 cash value of a single ticket was then removed, and the money was amassed over a long period of time.
    • But eventually you're out there playing shows all the time, and you amass enough material, and you think it's time to sink or swim and take it seriously.