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Mas or Más may refer to:
- Mas (surname), a surname
- Más (album), an album by Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz
- "Más", a song by Kinky from their 2002 album Kinky
- Más (Nelly Furtado song), a song by Nelly Furtado from her 2009 album Mi Plan
- Más (Ricky Martin song), a song by Ricky Martin from his 2011 album Música + Alma + Sexo
- Más y Menos, fictional superhero characters, from the Teen Titans animated television series
- "Mas" (Breaking Bad), a season three episode of Breaking Bad
- Mas de las Matas, a town in Aragón, Spain
- Mas (Provençal farmhouse), traditional farmhouse in Provence, France
- Mas (restaurant), New York City restaurant
- Masio, town in Alessandria Province, Piedmont, Italy
MAS may stand for:
- Master of Advanced Studies, an academic degree
- Master of Advanced Study, a professional degree
- Master of Applied Science, a professional degree
- Master of Archival Studies, a professional degree
- MAS 90, the first in a series of accounting software sold by Sage Software
- Micro-Architecture Specification, term used in computer engineering, typically a certain type of documentation for microprocessor design, see Computer architecture
- Microsoft AntiSpyware, an anti-spyware program released by Microsoft in 2005
- Motu Audio System, now known as Digital Performer, audio sequencer software published by Mark of the Unicorn
- Mozilla Application Suite, a combination web browser, email client, and newsgroup reader
- Multi-agent system, a system built around multiple autonomous entities which interact
- Media Application Server, a Multimedia framework
- Mac App Store, the online software market built into Apple's OS X operating system.
- Mouvement pour une Alternative Socialiste (Movement for a Socialist Alternative), a Belgian Trotskyist organization
- Movement for Socialism (Argentina) (Movimiento al Socialismo), an Argentine political party
- Movement toward Socialism (Bolivia) (Movimiento al Socialismo), a Bolivian political party
- Broad Social Movement (Movimiento Amplio Social), a Chilean political party
- Movement toward Socialism (Venezuela) (Movimiento al Socialismo), a Venezuelan political party
- Muerte a Secuestradores (Death to Kidnappers), a Colombian paramilitary group
- Magic angle spinning, a technique used in solid state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Mandibular advancement splint, a device used to treat sleep apnea
- Marker assisted selection, a genome-tagging technique
- Meconium aspiration syndrome,Neonatal aspiration of meconium
- Milliampere-second (mAs), a fraction of an ampere-hour, a unit of electric charge
- Milliarcsecond (mas), a unit of angular measurement
- McCune–Albright_syndrome, a genetic disorder which results in precocious puberty
- Malaysia Airlines, government-owned flag carrier of Malaysia, styled MAS all uppercase
- Football Association of Malaysia, MAS in FIFA official reports, FAM
- Museum Aan de Stroom, museum in the city of Antwerp
- MAS (boat), Italian Motor Torpedo Boats of the 20th century
- Macrophage-activation syndrome
- Malaysia Airlines (ICAO: MAS), the international airline of Malaysia
- Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne, a French government arms factory
- MAS-49 rifle, a French semiautomatic rifle manufactured by the above
- MasAir, a cargo airline based in Mexico City
- Mezzi d'Assalto, (Assault Vehicle), as in the unit name Decima Flottiglia MAS
- Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore's central bank
- Mongolian Academy of Sciences, a Mongolian college
- Municipal Art Society, an Urban Planning organization based in New York City.
- Museums Association of Saskatchewan, a non-profit organization based in Saskatchewan, Canada.
- Muslim American Society, an Islamic revival and reform movement.
- Mutual Admiration Society (collaboration), a musical collaboration between Glen Phillips and Nickel Creek.
- Macarthur Astronomical Society, a non-profit organization based in Sydney, Australia.
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