Master

  • 81master — I. n. 1. Ruler, director, governor, manager, superintendent, overseer, lord. 2. Commander, captain. 3. Teacher, instructor, tutor, preceptor, school master, pedagogue. 4. Owner, proprietor, holder, possessor. 5. Proficient, adept, master hand. 6 …

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  • 82Master — noun (C) 1 old fashioned a way of addressing or referring to young boys: How s young Master Toby today? 2 a religious leader in some religions: a Sufi Master 3 the person who is in charge of some British university colleges: the Master of Trinity …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 83master — The primary or controlling device. A secondary or dependent device is called a slave. also See brake master cylinder dual piston master cylinder master link …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 84master — [OE] The Latin word for ‘master, chief’ was magister (which is generally assumed to have been based on the root of Latin magis ‘more’ and magnus ‘big’, source of English magnify, magnitude, etc). Its more obvious English descendants include… …

    Word origins

  • 85Master E.S. — ▪ German engraver flourished 1440–1468, Germany       unidentified late Gothic German goldsmith and engraver who signed many of his engravings with the monogram E.S. and who was one of the outstanding early printmakers of Europe.       His line… …

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  • 86Master — A craftsman qualified and experienced enough to take on and train apprentices; one who worked for himself. A master piece was the piece of work requiring the greatest skill by which a man proved himself a master of his craft …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 87master — Used in AV and NJB in addresses to Jesus (e.g. Matt. 12:38) where REB and NRSV prefer ‘Teacher’ though REB and NJB use Master in Matt. 21:3 where AV and NRSV translate ‘the Lord’ for a different noun in the Greek. A third Greek noun is used for… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 88Master — Mas|ter der; s, <aus gleichbed. engl. master, dies über altfr. maistre aus lat. magister »Vorsteher, Meister«>: 1. engl. Anrede für junger Herr. 2. in den Vereinigten Staaten u. in England akademischer Grad; Master of Arts: engl. u. amerik …

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  • 89Master of — having earned an advanced academic degree (Master of Arts, Master of Science, etc.) …

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  • 90master — [ˈmɑːstə] noun [C] I 1) a man who has control over servants, other people, or an animal 2) a man who is very good at something He s a master of the clever remark.[/ex] 3) a document, photograph, or RECORDING from which copies are made Syn:… …

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  • 91Master —    When someone joins a guild, they begin as an Apprentice. He will work for his master for usually seven years, sometimes more. His work pays off the debt of his training. Next he will become a Journeyman, then a Master …

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  • 92master —   Haku; kahu, kāpuhi (of an animal). See learn.    ♦ His master, kona haku.    ♦ Hula master, kumu hula …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 93master — / mɑ:stə/ adjective main or original ♦ master budget a budget prepared by amalgamating budgets from various profit and cost centres such as sales, production, marketing or administration in order to provide a main budget for the whole company ♦… …

    Marketing dictionary in english

  • 94master — The person in command of a vessel. 48 Am Jlst Ship § 113. An official of court assisting in the administration of the functions of the court. An officer similar to commissioner or referee. 20 Am J2d Cts § 4. An outdated term for employer. 35 Am… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 95master's — noun Date: 1939 a master s degree …

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  • 96master's — mas·ter s (măsʹtərz) n. A master s degree. * * * …

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  • 97Master — noun a) Prefix to a boys name. Im terribly sorry, Master Luke, apologized the droid. b) A religious teacher, often as an honorific title …

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  • 98Master — Recorded in a variety of spellings including Master, the patronymics Masters and Masterson, the occupational Masterman, this is an ancient Anglo Scottish surname, but one originally of Roman (Latin) origins. It derives from the word magister ,… …

    Surnames reference

  • 99Master's — noun Master s is used before these nouns: ↑programme …

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  • 100master — Cuando nos referimos a un cierto tipo de estudios (cursos especializados en una detrminada materia, generalmente dirigido a licenciados)puede escribirse máster sin comillas y con acento en la a. Plural: másteres …

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