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Definitions of mast:

part of speech: verb transitive

To supply with a mast or masts.

part of speech: noun

A long round piece of timber or iron tube, raised upright on the keel, through the decks, of a vessel to support the sails; any upright pole; the fruit of the oak, beech, etc., especially when used as food for swine.

part of speech: noun

One of the large upright timbers or poles which support the rigging of a ship.

part of speech: noun

The fruit of oaks or beech- trees used for fattening hogs.

part of speech: noun

The fruit of the oak, beech, chestnut, and other forest trees, on which swine feed: nuts, acorns.

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