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Pronounce Master as M AH S T EH R.

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Phonetic transcription for master

  • Traditional IPA Phonetic transcription of master: | mæstɛr |
  • Modern IPA Phonetic transcription of master: | mæstɛr |

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Meanings for master

to overcome or gain control of something

maestro, master(noun)

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


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


someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution

master, professional(noun)

an authority qualified to teach apprentices

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"

dominate, master(verb)

have dominance or the power to defeat over

"Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems"

master, control(verb)

have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of

"Do you control these data?"

coming before all others in importance

thought of themselves as belonging to humanity's master race

having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor

a master craftsman who makes fine wood furniture of his own designs

a person with a high level of knowledge or skill in a field

a master at chess

one that defeats an enemy or opponent

little did the tennis pro know that his new student would someday become his master

the person (as an employer or supervisor) who tells people and especially workers what to do

I'm the master of this operation, and you'll do what I say

to achieve a victory over

finally mastered her longtime opponent at chess

to acquire complete knowledge, understanding, or skill in

I think I've mastered algebra at last

Example Sentences of master

I have the master key.

I keep the master copy under lock and key.

He tried to master French.

To master English is hard.

To master English is difficult.

It is not easy to master English.

It takes years to master a foreign language.

It is difficult for foreigners to master Japanese.

Everyone ought to be the master of his own destiny.

It is impossible to master English in a short time.

Synonyms for master

professional master key master copy schoolmaster original passkey maestro superior victor overlord passe partout sea captain headmaster captain lord skipper noble nobleman superscript higher up winner superordinate archetype pilot police captain police chief chieftain headwaiter senior pilot professional person pro overcome subdue get the hang get over surmount control dominate chasten cut through bounce back overwhelm inhibit conquer quash sweep over whelm scale get the best cut across have the best suppress outmatch exceed outgo outperform defeat outstrip crucify subjugate reduce surpass curb stamp down traverse subordinate tame pass over get well mortify outdo cover repress cross overtake get across keep down track overpower get the better of reign predominate overshadow overtop overlook prevail eclipse rule command assure verify see moderate hold in hold manipulate ensure check keep in line ascertain operate see to it insure contain long shot establishing shot masters accomplish achieve acquire arrive at attain compass earn gain get grasp obtain procure reach secure win ruler governor owner possessor proprietor teacher professor adept chief director manager head superintendent overseer principal GOODMAN commander instructor tutor preceptor school master pedagogue holder proficient master hand vanquish learn thoroughly main leading cardinal prime especial great grand most important maître pattern counselor mistress marse padrone sensei capitán teachers mastery dominus amo boss sir equipment massa m.a. sayed arch big capital central dominant first foremost greatest highest key number one No. 1 numero uno overbearing overmastering overriding paramount predominant preeminent premier primal primary prior sovereign sovran supreme accomplished ace compleat complete consummate crack crackerjack educated experienced expert good masterful masterly practiced practised professed skilled skillful versed veteran virtuoso artist authority cognoscente connoisseur crackajack dab dab hand fiend geek guru hand hotshot maven mavin meister past master scholar shark sharp whiz wizard beater conqueror subduer trimmer vanquisher whipper boss man foreman headman helmsman honcho jefe kingpin leader taskmaster beat best dispatch do down get around lick overbear overmatch prevail (over) skunk stop take trim triumph (over) upend win (against) worst learn pick up

Master in different languages

  • سيد, أصُولِيّArabic
  • панByelorussian
  • собственик майстор стопанин господар капитан оригинал хазяин Bulgarian
  • mestre Catalan
  • mistr pán Czech
  • meister meistern German
  • πλοίαρχος αριστοτέχνης κύριος δάσκαλος πρωτότυπο μάστορας κατέχω αρχιτεχνίτης καπετάνιος αφεντικό κυριαρχώ αφέντης κυβερνώ κεντρικός αυθεντικός Greek
  • majstro Esperanto
  • patrón señorito capitán maestro maestre maese señor amo joven amo máster dominar Spanish
  • isand Estonian
  • اصلی مَهتَر ناخُدا اُستاد آقاپسَر سَروَر آقا کارفَرما سالار ماهر اصل استاد Persian
  • alkuperäisversio työnantaja isäntä master-versio mestari master-kopio hallita kapteeni nuoriherra herra pää- alkuperäinen -mestari -taituri Finnish
  • maître maîtriser French
  • ceannsaichScots Gaelic
  • स्वामी Hindi
  • mester fő- Hungarian
  • padrone mastro maestro comandante boss padroneggiare padrona capo proprietario titolare capitano master Italian
  • マスターする, マスター, 主人, おぼっちゃまJapanese
  • 주인, 석사Korean
  • وه‌ستا Kurdish
  • dominus magister dominulus Latin
  • MeeschterLuxembourgish
  • saimnieks saimniece Latvian
  • владее господар управува раководи мајстор стопан газда господари господарски мајсторски Macedonian
  • controleren meester beheersen Dutch
  • masterkopi herre mestre mester beherske original lede styre original- mester- hoved- Norwegian
  • panicz pani pan kopia-matka kapitan mistrz władca Polish
  • senhorzinho máster dono mestre proprietário capitão amo patrão senhor Portuguese
  • stăpâni stăpân original proprietar excela patron jupân conduce controla maestru Romanian
  • мастер владелец хозяин повелитель оригинал ведущий ведущее устройство барич господин капитан барчук владыка Russian
  • господарити, газда, господар, мајстор, gospodar, мајсторскиSerbo
  • mojster, gospodarSlovenian
  • husbonde mästare Swedish
  • மாஸ்டர் Tamil
  • устодTajik
  • bossing, amo, maestro, compatron, kapitan, pantas-, capitan, guroTagalog
  • usta işveren komodor üstad kaptan hoca efendi Turkish
  • mwaisseWalloon

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