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master
'mæstər
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Most important element.
(名) As a noun
  1. An original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made.
  2. Key that secures entrance everywhere.
  3. Presiding officer of a school.
  4. An artist of consummate skill.
  5. An authority qualified to teach apprentices.
  6. Directs the work of others.
  7. Someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution.
  8. An officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship.
  9. A person who has general authority over others.
  10. A combatant who is able to defeat rivals.
(动) As a verb
  1. Have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of.
  2. Be or become completely proficient or skilled in.
  3. Get on top of; deal with successfully.
  4. Have dominance or the power to defeat over.
Hyphenationmas•ter
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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雇主gùzhǔemployer
师傅shīfumaster; qualified worker; respectful form of address for older men
能手néngshǒuexpert
院长yuànzhǎngchair of board; president (of a university etc); department head; dean
大师dàshīgreat master; master
名家míngjiārenowned expert; master (of an art or craft); School of Logicians of the Warring States Period (475-220 BC), also called the School of Names
硕士shuòshìmaster's degree; person who has a master's degree; learned person
精通jīngtōngto be proficient in; to master (a subject)
主子zhǔziMaster (term used by servant); Your Majesty; operator (of machine)
名手míngshǒumaster; famous artist or sportsman
夫子fūzǐMaster; (old form of address for teachers, scholars); pedant
东家dōngjiāmaster (i.e. employer); landlord; boss
主人翁zhǔrén wēngmaster (of the house); main character in a novel, etc.; hero or heroine
主人zhǔrénmaster; host; owner
上手shàngshǒuto obtain; to master; overhand (serve etc); seat of honor
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