Master definición, Master significado | diccionario de inglés definición

Collins

master  


      n  
1    the man in authority, such as the head of a household, the employer of servants, or the owner of slaves or animals  
   Related adj       magistral  
2   
a    a person with exceptional skill at a certain thing  
a master of the violin     
b    (as modifier)  
a master thief     
3    often cap   a great artist, esp. an anonymous but influential artist  
4   
a    a person who has complete control of a situation  
b    an abstract thing regarded as having power or influence  
they regarded fate as the master of their lives     
5   
a    a workman or craftsman fully qualified to practise his trade and to train others in it  
b    (as modifier)  
master carpenter     
6   
a    an original copy, stencil, tape, etc., from which duplicates are made  
b    (as modifier)  
master copy     
7    a player of a game, esp. chess or bridge, who has won a specified number of tournament games  
8    the principal of some colleges  
9    a highly regarded teacher or leader whose religion or philosophy is accepted by followers  
10    a graduate holding a master's degree  
11    the chief executive officer aboard a merchant ship  
12    a person presiding over a function, organization, or institution  
13      (Chiefly Brit)   a male teacher  
14    an officer of the Supreme Court of Judicature subordinate to a judge  
15    the superior person or side in a contest  
16    a machine or device that operates to control a similar one  
17    often cap   the heir apparent of a Scottish viscount or baron  
      modifier  
18    overall or controlling  
master plan     
19    designating a device or mechanism that controls others  
master switch     
20    main; principal  
master bedroom     
      vb   tr  
21    to become thoroughly proficient in  
to master the art of driving     
22    to overcome; defeat  
to master your emotions     
23    to rule or control as master  
     (Old English magister teacher, from Latin; related to Latin magis more, to a greater extent)  
  masterdom      n  
  masterhood      n  
  masterless      adj  
  mastership      n  


careers master   ,   (fem.)   careers mistress  
      n   a teacher who gives advice and information about careers to his or her pupils  
Grand Master  
      n   the title borne by the head of any of various societies, orders, and other organizations, such as the Templars or Freemasons, or the various martial arts  
harbour master  
      n   an official in charge of a harbour  
International Master  
      n     (Chess)   the second highest title awarded by the FIDE to a player: won by obtaining a certain number of points during specific international chess tournaments,   (Often shortened to)    master      Compare       grandmaster       2  
Master  
      n  
1    a title of address placed before the first name or surname of a boy  
2    a respectful term of address, esp. as used by disciples when addressing or referring to a religious teacher  
3       an archaic equivalent of       Mr  
master aircrew  
      n   a warrant rank in the Royal Air Force, equal to but before a warrant officer  
master-at-arms  
      n   pl   , masters-at-arms   the senior rating, of Chief Petty Officer rank, in a naval unit responsible for discipline, administration, and police duties  
master builder  
      n  
1    a person skilled in the design and construction of buildings, esp. before the foundation of the profession of architecture  
2    a self-employed builder who employs labour  
master corporal  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces senior to a corporal and junior to a sergeant  
master cylinder  
      n   a large cylinder in a hydraulic system in which the working fluid is compressed by a piston  
   See also       slave cylinder  
master key  
      n   a key that opens all the locks of a set, the individual keys of which are not interchangeable,   (Also called)    pass key  
Master of Arts  
      n   a degree, usually postgraduate and in a nonscientific subject, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MA  
master of ceremonies  
      n   a person who presides over a public ceremony, formal dinner, or entertainment, introducing the events, performers, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MC  
master of foxhounds  
      n   a person responsible for the maintenance of a pack of foxhounds and the associated staff, equipment, hunting arrangements, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MFH  
Master of Science  
      n   a postgraduate degree, usually in science, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MSc  
Master of the Horse  
      n   (in England) the third official of the royal household  
Master of the Queen's Music  
      n   (in Britain when the sovereign is female) a court post dating from the reign of Charles I. It is an honorary title and normally held by an established English composer,   (Also called (when the sovereign is male))    Master of the Kings Music  
Master of the Rolls  
      n   (in England) a judge of the court of appeal: the senior civil judge in the country and the Keeper of the Records at the Public Record Office  
master race  
      n   a race, nation, or group, such as the Germans or Nazis as viewed by Hitler, believed to be superior to other races,   (German name)    Herrenvolk  
master sergeant  
      n   a senior noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and certain other military forces, ranking immediately below the most senior noncommissioned rank  
master warrant officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces junior to a chief warrant officer  
old master  
      n  
1    one of the great European painters of the period 1500 to 1800  
2    a painting by one of these  
past master  
      n  
1    a person with talent for, or experience in, a particular activity  
a past master of tact     
2    a person who has held the office of master in a Freemasons' lodge, guild, etc.  
question master  
      n     (Brit)   the chairman of a quiz or panel game  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
Collins
International Master  
      n     (Chess)   the second highest title awarded by the FIDE to a player: won by obtaining a certain number of points during specific international chess tournaments,   (Often shortened to)    master             Compare       grandmaster       2  


careers master   ,   (fem.)   careers mistress  
      n   a teacher who gives advice and information about careers to his or her pupils  
Grand Master  
      n   the title borne by the head of any of various societies, orders, and other organizations, such as the Templars or Freemasons, or the various martial arts  
harbour master  
      n   an official in charge of a harbour  
master  
      n  
1    the man in authority, such as the head of a household, the employer of servants, or the owner of slaves or animals  
   Related adj       magistral  
2   
a    a person with exceptional skill at a certain thing  
a master of the violin     
b    (as modifier)  
a master thief     
3    often cap   a great artist, esp. an anonymous but influential artist  
4   
a    a person who has complete control of a situation  
b    an abstract thing regarded as having power or influence  
they regarded fate as the master of their lives     
5   
a    a workman or craftsman fully qualified to practise his trade and to train others in it  
b    (as modifier)  
master carpenter     
6   
a    an original copy, stencil, tape, etc., from which duplicates are made  
b    (as modifier)  
master copy     
7    a player of a game, esp. chess or bridge, who has won a specified number of tournament games  
8    the principal of some colleges  
9    a highly regarded teacher or leader whose religion or philosophy is accepted by followers  
10    a graduate holding a master's degree  
11    the chief executive officer aboard a merchant ship  
12    a person presiding over a function, organization, or institution  
13      (Chiefly Brit)   a male teacher  
14    an officer of the Supreme Court of Judicature subordinate to a judge  
15    the superior person or side in a contest  
16    a machine or device that operates to control a similar one  
17    often cap   the heir apparent of a Scottish viscount or baron  
      modifier  
18    overall or controlling  
master plan     
19    designating a device or mechanism that controls others  
master switch     
20    main; principal  
master bedroom     
      vb   tr  
21    to become thoroughly proficient in  
to master the art of driving     
22    to overcome; defeat  
to master your emotions     
23    to rule or control as master  
     (Old English magister teacher, from Latin; related to Latin magis more, to a greater extent)  
  masterdom      n  
  masterhood      n  
  masterless      adj  
  mastership      n  
Master  
      n  
1    a title of address placed before the first name or surname of a boy  
2    a respectful term of address, esp. as used by disciples when addressing or referring to a religious teacher  
3       an archaic equivalent of       Mr  
master aircrew  
      n   a warrant rank in the Royal Air Force, equal to but before a warrant officer  
master-at-arms  
      n   pl   , masters-at-arms   the senior rating, of Chief Petty Officer rank, in a naval unit responsible for discipline, administration, and police duties  
master builder  
      n  
1    a person skilled in the design and construction of buildings, esp. before the foundation of the profession of architecture  
2    a self-employed builder who employs labour  
master corporal  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces senior to a corporal and junior to a sergeant  
master cylinder  
      n   a large cylinder in a hydraulic system in which the working fluid is compressed by a piston  
   See also       slave cylinder  
master key  
      n   a key that opens all the locks of a set, the individual keys of which are not interchangeable,   (Also called)    pass key  
Master of Arts  
      n   a degree, usually postgraduate and in a nonscientific subject, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MA  
master of ceremonies  
      n   a person who presides over a public ceremony, formal dinner, or entertainment, introducing the events, performers, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MC  
master of foxhounds  
      n   a person responsible for the maintenance of a pack of foxhounds and the associated staff, equipment, hunting arrangements, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MFH  
Master of Science  
      n   a postgraduate degree, usually in science, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MSc  
Master of the Horse  
      n   (in England) the third official of the royal household  
Master of the Queen's Music  
      n   (in Britain when the sovereign is female) a court post dating from the reign of Charles I. It is an honorary title and normally held by an established English composer,   (Also called (when the sovereign is male))    Master of the Kings Music  
Master of the Rolls  
      n   (in England) a judge of the court of appeal: the senior civil judge in the country and the Keeper of the Records at the Public Record Office  
master race  
      n   a race, nation, or group, such as the Germans or Nazis as viewed by Hitler, believed to be superior to other races,   (German name)    Herrenvolk  
master sergeant  
      n   a senior noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and certain other military forces, ranking immediately below the most senior noncommissioned rank  
master warrant officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces junior to a chief warrant officer  
old master  
      n  
1    one of the great European painters of the period 1500 to 1800  
2    a painting by one of these  
past master  
      n  
1    a person with talent for, or experience in, a particular activity  
a past master of tact     
2    a person who has held the office of master in a Freemasons' lodge, guild, etc.  
question master  
      n     (Brit)   the chairman of a quiz or panel game  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins
Master  
      n  
1    a title of address placed before the first name or surname of a boy  
2    a respectful term of address, esp. as used by disciples when addressing or referring to a religious teacher  
3       an archaic equivalent of       Mr  


careers master   ,   (fem.)   careers mistress  
      n   a teacher who gives advice and information about careers to his or her pupils  
Grand Master  
      n   the title borne by the head of any of various societies, orders, and other organizations, such as the Templars or Freemasons, or the various martial arts  
harbour master  
      n   an official in charge of a harbour  
International Master  
      n     (Chess)   the second highest title awarded by the FIDE to a player: won by obtaining a certain number of points during specific international chess tournaments,   (Often shortened to)    master      Compare       grandmaster       2  
master  
      n  
1    the man in authority, such as the head of a household, the employer of servants, or the owner of slaves or animals  
   Related adj       magistral  
2   
a    a person with exceptional skill at a certain thing  
a master of the violin     
b    (as modifier)  
a master thief     
3    often cap   a great artist, esp. an anonymous but influential artist  
4   
a    a person who has complete control of a situation  
b    an abstract thing regarded as having power or influence  
they regarded fate as the master of their lives     
5   
a    a workman or craftsman fully qualified to practise his trade and to train others in it  
b    (as modifier)  
master carpenter     
6   
a    an original copy, stencil, tape, etc., from which duplicates are made  
b    (as modifier)  
master copy     
7    a player of a game, esp. chess or bridge, who has won a specified number of tournament games  
8    the principal of some colleges  
9    a highly regarded teacher or leader whose religion or philosophy is accepted by followers  
10    a graduate holding a master's degree  
11    the chief executive officer aboard a merchant ship  
12    a person presiding over a function, organization, or institution  
13      (Chiefly Brit)   a male teacher  
14    an officer of the Supreme Court of Judicature subordinate to a judge  
15    the superior person or side in a contest  
16    a machine or device that operates to control a similar one  
17    often cap   the heir apparent of a Scottish viscount or baron  
      modifier  
18    overall or controlling  
master plan     
19    designating a device or mechanism that controls others  
master switch     
20    main; principal  
master bedroom     
      vb   tr  
21    to become thoroughly proficient in  
to master the art of driving     
22    to overcome; defeat  
to master your emotions     
23    to rule or control as master  
     (Old English magister teacher, from Latin; related to Latin magis more, to a greater extent)  
  masterdom      n  
  masterhood      n  
  masterless      adj  
  mastership      n  
master aircrew  
      n   a warrant rank in the Royal Air Force, equal to but before a warrant officer  
master-at-arms  
      n   pl   , masters-at-arms   the senior rating, of Chief Petty Officer rank, in a naval unit responsible for discipline, administration, and police duties  
master builder  
      n  
1    a person skilled in the design and construction of buildings, esp. before the foundation of the profession of architecture  
2    a self-employed builder who employs labour  
master corporal  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces senior to a corporal and junior to a sergeant  
master cylinder  
      n   a large cylinder in a hydraulic system in which the working fluid is compressed by a piston  
   See also       slave cylinder  
master key  
      n   a key that opens all the locks of a set, the individual keys of which are not interchangeable,   (Also called)    pass key  
Master of Arts  
      n   a degree, usually postgraduate and in a nonscientific subject, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MA  
master of ceremonies  
      n   a person who presides over a public ceremony, formal dinner, or entertainment, introducing the events, performers, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MC  
master of foxhounds  
      n   a person responsible for the maintenance of a pack of foxhounds and the associated staff, equipment, hunting arrangements, etc.,   (Abbrev.)    MFH  
Master of Science  
      n   a postgraduate degree, usually in science, or the holder of this degree,   (Abbrev.)    MSc  
Master of the Horse  
      n   (in England) the third official of the royal household  
Master of the Queen's Music  
      n   (in Britain when the sovereign is female) a court post dating from the reign of Charles I. It is an honorary title and normally held by an established English composer,   (Also called (when the sovereign is male))    Master of the Kings Music  
Master of the Rolls  
      n   (in England) a judge of the court of appeal: the senior civil judge in the country and the Keeper of the Records at the Public Record Office  
master race  
      n   a race, nation, or group, such as the Germans or Nazis as viewed by Hitler, believed to be superior to other races,   (German name)    Herrenvolk  
master sergeant  
      n   a senior noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps and certain other military forces, ranking immediately below the most senior noncommissioned rank  
master warrant officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces junior to a chief warrant officer  
old master  
      n  
1    one of the great European painters of the period 1500 to 1800  
2    a painting by one of these  
past master  
      n  
1    a person with talent for, or experience in, a particular activity  
a past master of tact     
2    a person who has held the office of master in a Freemasons' lodge, guild, etc.  
question master  
      n     (Brit)   the chairman of a quiz or panel game  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins

master  


      n  
1    boss     (informal)   captain, chief, commander, controller, director, employer, governor, head, lord, manager, overlord, overseer, owner, principal, ruler, skipper     (informal)   superintendent  
2    ace     (informal)   adept, dab hand     (Brit. informal)   doyen, expert, genius, grandmaster, maestro, maven     (U.S.)   past master, pro     (informal)   virtuoso, wizard  
3    guide, guru, instructor, pedagogue, preceptor, schoolmaster, spiritual leader, swami, teacher, torchbearer, tutor  
      adj  
4    adept, crack     (informal)   expert, masterly, proficient, skilful, skilled  
5    chief, controlling, foremost, grand, great, leading, main, predominant, prime, principal  
      vb  
6    acquire, become proficient in, get the hang of     (informal)   grasp, learn  
7    bridle, check, conquer, curb, defeat, lick     (informal)   overcome, overpower, quash, quell, subdue, subjugate, suppress, tame, triumph over, vanquish  
8    command, control, direct, dominate, govern, manage, regulate, rule  
  
Antonyms     
,       n  
1    crew, servant, slave, subject  
2    amateur, novice  
3    student  
      adj  
4    amateurish, clumsy, incompetent, inept, novice, unaccomplished, unskilled, untalented  
5    lesser, minor  
      vb  
7    give in, surrender, yield  


past master     
ace     (informal)   artist, dab hand     (Brit. informal)   expert, old hand, virtuoso, wizard  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

Diccionario colaborativo     Inglés Definiciones
n.
Masters in Biomedical Engineering

head

La comunidad Reverso

  • Cree su lista de vocabulario
  • Contribuya al Diccionario colaborativo
  • Comparta sus conocimientos lingüísticos
Publicidad
"Collins English Dictionary 5th Edition first published in 2000 © HarperCollins Publishers 1979, 1986, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000 and Collins A-Z Thesaurus 1st edition first published in 1995 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995"