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Meaning & Definition of Master in English

English

Master

/mæstər/

noun

1. An artist of consummate skill

  • "A master of the violin"
  • "One of the old masters"
    synonym:
  • maestro
  • ,
  • master

2. A person who has general authority over others

    synonym:
  • overlord
  • ,
  • master
  • ,
  • lord

3. A combatant who is able to defeat rivals

    synonym:
  • victor
  • ,
  • master
  • ,
  • superior

4. Directs the work of others

    synonym:
  • master

5. Presiding officer of a school

    synonym:
  • headmaster
  • ,
  • schoolmaster
  • ,
  • master

6. An original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made

    synonym:
  • master
  • ,
  • master copy
  • ,
  • original

7. An officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship

    synonym:
  • master
  • ,
  • captain
  • ,
  • sea captain
  • ,
  • skipper

8. Someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution

    synonym:
  • master

9. An authority qualified to teach apprentices

    synonym:
  • master
  • ,
  • professional

10. Key that secures entrance everywhere

    synonym:
  • passkey
  • ,
  • passe-partout
  • ,
  • master key
  • ,
  • master

verb

1. Be or become completely proficient or skilled in

  • "She mastered japanese in less than two years"
    synonym:
  • master
  • ,
  • get the hang

2. Get on top of

  • Deal with successfully
  • "He overcame his shyness"
    synonym:
  • overcome
  • ,
  • get over
  • ,
  • subdue
  • ,
  • surmount
  • ,
  • master

3. Have dominance or the power to defeat over

  • "Her pain completely mastered her"
  • "The methods can master the problems"
    synonym:
  • dominate
  • ,
  • master

4. Have a firm understanding or knowledge of

  • Be on top of
  • "Do you control these data?"
    synonym:
  • master
  • ,
  • control

adjective

1. Most important element

  • "The chief aim of living"
  • "The main doors were of solid glass"
  • "The principal rivers of america"
  • "The principal example"
  • "Policemen were primary targets"
  • "The master bedroom"
  • "A master switch"
    synonym:
  • chief(a)
  • ,
  • main(a)
  • ,
  • primary(a)
  • ,
  • principal(a)
  • ,
  • master(a)

Examples of using

I think that it is impossible to master a foreign language by self-learning.
The teacher said that you need to master the subject.
My father is a master builder.