MAST

acronym: Marine Science and Technology Programme (CEC)
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mast

[n] - nuts of forest trees (as beechnuts and acorns) accumulated on the ground 2. [n] - nuts of forest trees used as feed for swine 3. [n] - any sturdy upright pole 4. [n] - a vertical spar for supporting sails
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Mast

A tall vertical pole which supports the sails of a sailing ship.
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Mast

Main vertical spar used to support sails and their running rigging and in turn is supported by standing rigging.
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Mast

The pole attached to the deck at the right angle, holding up the sails.
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mast

a portable derrick that is capable of being erected as a unit, as distinguished from a standard derrick that cannot be raised to a working position as a unit. For transporting by land, the mast can be divided into two or more sections to avoid excessive length extending from truck beds on the highway. Compare derrick.
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mast

a portable derrick that is capable of being raised as a unit, as distinguished from a standard derrick, which cannot be raised to a working position as a unit. For transporting by land, the mast can be divided into two or more sections to avoid excessive length extending from truck beds on the highway. Compare derrick
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MAST

Management, Advice, Support and Training/Multi-Agency Support Team
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MAST

Multi Agency Support Team.
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Mast

Mast noun (Aëronautics) A spar or strut to which tie wires or guys are attached for stiffening purposes.
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Mast

Mast (mȧst) noun [ Anglo-Saxon mæst , fem.; akin to German mast , and English meat . See Meat .] The fruit of the oak and beech, or other forest trees; nuts; acorns. « Oak mast , and beech, . . . they eat.» Chapman. « Swine under a
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Mast

Mast noun [ Anglo-Saxon mæst , masc.; akin to D., G., Dan., & Swedish mast , Icelandic mastr , and perhaps to Latin malus .] 1. (Nautical) A pole, or long, strong, round piece of timber, or spar, set upright in a boat or vessel, to sustain the sails, yards, r
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Mast

Mast transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Masted ; present participle & verbal noun Masting .] To furnish with a mast or masts; to put the masts of in position; as, to mast a ship.
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mast

noun a vertical spar for supporting sails
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mast

noun nuts of forest trees used as feed for swine
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mast

noun nuts of forest trees (as beechnuts and acorns) accumulated on the ground; used especially as food for swine
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MAST

military anti-shock trousers; see MAST suit.
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Mast

• (n.) A pole, or long, strong, round piece of timber, or spar, set upright in a boat or vessel, to sustain the sails, yards, rigging, etc. A mast may also consist of several pieces of timber united by iron bands, or of a hollow pillar of iron or steel. • (n.) The vertical post of a derrick or crane. • (n.) The fruit of the oak and b
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mast

(from the article `fluid mechanics`) When a yacht is sailing into the wind, its sail acts as an airfoil of which the mast is the leading edge, and the considerations that favour long ... the sails, masts, booms, yards, stays, and lines of a sailing vessel, or its cordage only.The name of a sail is frequently derived from the name of th...
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mast

in botany, nuts or fruits of trees and shrubs, such as beechnuts, acorns, and berries, that accumulate on the forest floor, providing forage for ...
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mast

  1. a vertical spar for supporting sails
  2. nuts of forest trees (as beechnuts and acorns) accumulated on the ground; used especially as food for swine
  3. nuts of forest trees used as feed for swine
  4. any sturdy upright pole

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Mast

Main vertical spar used to support sails and their running rigging and in turn is supported by standing rigging
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mast

mast, large metal or timber pole secured vertically or nearly vertically in a ship, used primarily for supporting sails and rigging. The mast is as old as sailing vessels, and the oldest sailboats depicted (those of ancient Egypt) had a small mast placed forward and carrying a single sail. The Phoen...
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MAST

Type: Abbreviation Pronunciation: mast Definitions: 1. Acronym for military antishock trousers.
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Mast

The vertical spar or pole to which the sail(s) are attached.
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