名词:amasser 动词过去式:amassed 过去分词:amassed 现在分词:amassing 第三人称单数:amasses 形容词:amassable
v [Tn] gather together or collect (sth), esp in large quantities （尤指大量地）积累, 积聚, 收集（某事物）
*amass a fortune 积累财富
* They amassed enough evidence to convict him on six charges. 他们搜集了足够的证据, 宣判他有六条罪状.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French;Origin: amasser, from masser 'to gather into a mass']
if you amass money, knowledge, information etc, you gradually collect a large amount of it
For 25 years, Darwin amassed evidence to support his theories.
He amassed a fortune after the war.
1. People tend to amass possessions, sometimes without being aware of doing so. 人们有积聚财物的倾向，有时却没有意识到在这样做。
2. People tend to amass possessions, sometimes without being aware of doing so. 人们喜欢收藏东西，有时并没有意识到自己在这样做。