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  1. someone who has control over something or someone
  2. owner of an animal or slave
  3. the captain of a merchant ship; a master mariner
  4. someone who employs others
  5. an expert at something
  6. a tradesman who is qualified to teach apprentices
  7. a skilled artist
  8. (dated) a courtesy title of a man; mister
  9. a courtesy title for a boy
  10. the original of a document or of a recording
  11. (context, Filmology) The primary wide shot of a scene, into which the closeups will be edited later.
  • French: maí®tre(fr)
  • Spanish: maestro(es)m
  • German: Meister(de)
  1. to be a master
  2. to control
  3. to learn to a high degree of proficiency
  • Dutch: beheersen(nl)
  • German: meistern
  1. masterful
  2. main, principal or predominant
  3. highly skilled
  4. original
    Etymology: míÄester

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