Translations for MASTERˈmæs tər, ˈmɑ stər

1

master(noun)

a person or thing that commands or controls

I'm master in this house!

2

master(verb)

to overcome (an opponent, handicap etc)

She has mastered her fear of heights.

3

master(noun)

an owner (of a slave, dog etc)

The dog ran to its master.

4

master(verb)

to become skilful in

I don't think I'll ever master arithmetic.

5

master(noun)

a male teacher

the Maths master.

6

master(noun)

the commander of a merchant ship

the ship's master.

7

master(noun)

a person very skilled in an art, science etc

He's a real master at painting.

8

master(adjective)

(of a person in a job) fully qualified, skilled and experienced

a master builder/mariner/plumber.

9

master(noun)

(with capital) a polite title for a boy, in writing or in speaking

Master John Smith.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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