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NGSL Rank: 1553
ˈmɑːstə Listen
  • a man who has people working for him, especially servants or slaves.
    E.g. he acceded to his master's wishes
  • a man in charge of an organization or group.
  • a skilled practitioner of a particular art or activity.
    E.g. I'm a master of disguise
  • a person who holds a second or further degree.
    E.g. a master's degree
  • used as a title prefixed to the name of a boy not old enough to be called ‘Mr’.
    E.g. Master James Wishart
  • an original recording, film, or document from which copies can be made.
    E.g. the master tape
  • having or showing very great skill or proficiency.
    E.g. you don't have to be a master chef in order to cook meat properly
  • main; principal.
    E.g. the apartment's master bathroom has a free-standing oval bathtub
  • acquire complete knowledge or skill in (a subject, technique, or art).
    E.g. I never mastered Latin
  • gain control of; overcome.
    E.g. I managed to master my fears
  • make a master copy of (a film or recording).
    E.g. all records are now being mastered and manufactured for us in the Netherlands
  • a ship or boat with a specified number of masts.
    E.g. a three-master

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