an artist of consummate skill
"a master of the violin"; "one of the old masters"
overlord, master, lord(noun)
a person who has general authority over others
victor, master, superior(noun)
a combatant who is able to defeat rivals
professional, master key, superscript, master copy, higher-up, schoolmaster, winner, original, passkey, superordinate, maestro, superior, victor, overlord, passe-partout, sea captain, headmaster, captain, lord, skipper
directs the work of others
headmaster, schoolmaster, master(noun)
presiding officer of a school
master, master copy, original(noun)
an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made
master, captain, sea captain, skipper(noun)
an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship
professional, police captain, master key, maitre d', master copy, police chief, chieftain, schoolmaster, original, passkey, maitre d'hotel, maestro, headwaiter, superior, victor, senior pilot, overlord, passe-partout, sea captain, headmaster, captain, lord, skipper
someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution
an authority qualified to teach apprentices
professional, master key, master copy, schoolmaster, original, passkey, maestro, superior, victor, overlord, passe-partout, sea captain, headmaster, captain, professional person, lord, pro, skipper
passkey, passe-partout, master key, master(adj)
key that secures entrance everywhere
chief(a), main(a), primary(a), principal(a), master(a)(verb)
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"
master, get the hang(verb)
be or become completely proficient or skilled in
"She mastered Japanese in less than two years"
overcome, get over, subdue, surmount, master(verb)
get on top of; deal with successfully
"He overcame his shyness"
chasten, cut through, bounce back, get over, overwhelm, inhibit, conquer, quash, sweep over, whelm, surmount, scale, get the best, cut across, have the best, dominate, suppress, outmatch, exceed, outgo, outperform, defeat, outstrip, crucify, subjugate, get the hang, reduce, control, surpass, subdue, curb, stamp down, traverse, subordinate, tame, pass over, get well, mortify, outdo, cover, repress, cross, overtake, get across, overcome, keep down, track, overpower, get the better of
have dominance or the power to defeat over
"Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems"
have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of
"Do you control these data?"
assure, surmount, get the hang, curb, dominate, verify, see, overcome, control, moderate, hold in, hold, manipulate, ensure, check, keep in line, ascertain, operate, see to it, command, insure, get over, subdue, contain
A master's degree.
It took her years to master the art of needlecraft.
One of the triune gods of the Horned God in Wicca alongside the Father and Sage and representing a boy
A master's degree; a type of postgraduate degree, usually undertaken after a bachelor degree.
She has a master in psychology.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A person may obtain a situation by the intercession of friends, he procures a dinner by paying for it. Attain is a lofty word, pointing to some high or desirable result; a man attains the mountain summit, he attains honor or learning as the result of strenuous and earnest labor. Even that usage of attain which has been thought to refer to mere progress of time carries the thought of a result desired; as, to attain to old age; the man desires to live to a good old age; we should not speak of his attaining his dotage. One may attain an object that will prove not worth his labor, but what he achieves is in itself great and splendid; as, the Greeks at Marathon achieved a glorious victory. Compare DO; GET; REACH.
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How to use master in a sentence?
The master's eye is the best fertilizer.
Basketball isn't a game; it's an art form. You master the fundamentals so you can forget 'em, so you can improvise and just concentrate on what really matters; getting buckets.
We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.
If and when there is a signed Agreement in Principle reached between those or any other parties, I will announce it as Special Master.
Amazon is a master at framing the narrative even when the reality is much different.
Translations for master
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- سيد, أصُولِيّArabic
- собственик, майстор, стопанин, господар, капитан, оригинал, хазяинBulgarian
- mestreCatalan, Valencian
- mistr, pánCzech
- Meister, meisternGerman
- πλοίαρχος, αριστοτέχνης, κύριος, δάσκαλος, πρωτότυπο, μάστορας, κατέχω, αρχιτεχνίτης, καπετάνιος, αφεντικό, κυριαρχώ, αφέντης, κυβερνώ, κεντρικός, αυθεντικόςGreek
- patrón, señorito, capitán, maestro, maestre, maese, señor, amo, joven amo, máster, dominarSpanish
- اصلی, مَهتَر, ناخُدا, اُستاد, آقاپسَر, سَروَر, آقا, کارفَرما, سالار, ماهر, اصل, استادPersian
- alkuperäisversio, työnantaja, isäntä, master-versio, mestari, master-kopio, hallita, kapteeni, nuoriherra, herra, pää-, alkuperäinen, -mestari, -taituriFinnish
- maître, maîtriserFrench
- ceannsaichScottish Gaelic
- mester, fő-Hungarian
- padrone, mastro, maestro, comandante, boss, padroneggiare, padrona, capo, proprietario, titolare, capitano, masterItalian
- マスターする, マスター, 主人, おぼっちゃまJapanese
- 주인, 석사Korean
- dominus, magister, dominulusLatin
- MeeschterLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- saimnieks, saimnieceLatvian
- владее, господар, управува, раководи, мајстор, стопан, газда, господари, господарски, мајсторскиMacedonian
- controleren, meester, beheersenDutch
- masterkopi, herre, mestre, mester, beherske, original, lede, styre, original-, mester-, hoved-Norwegian
- panicz, pani, pan, kopia-matka, kapitan, mistrz, władcaPolish
- senhorzinho, máster, dono, mestre, proprietário, capitão, amo, patrão, senhorPortuguese
- stăpâni, stăpân, original, proprietar, excela, patron, jupân, conduce, controla, maestruRomanian
- мастер, владелец, хозяин, повелитель, оригинал, ведущий, ведущее устройство, барич, господин, капитан, барчук, владыкаRussian
- господарити, газда, господар, мајстор, gospodar, мајсторскиSerbo-Croatian
- mojster, gospodarSlovene
- husbonde, mästareSwedish
- bossing, amo, maestro, compatron, kapitan, pantas-, capitan, guroTagalog
- usta, işveren, komodor, üstad, kaptan, hoca, efendiTurkish
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