Main Entry: mas·ter
Pronunciation: \ˈmas-tər\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English magister & Anglo-French meistre, both from Latin magister; akin to Latin magnus large — more at much
Date: before 12th century

1 a (1): a male teacher (2): a person holding an academic degree higher than a bachelor’s but lower than a doctor’s b often capitalized : a revered religious leader c: a worker or artisan qualified to teach apprentices d (1): an artist, performer, or player of consummate skill (2): a great figure of the past (as in science or art) whose work serves as a model or ideal

2 a: one having authority over another: ruler, governor b: one that conquers or masters : victor, superior ‘in the new challenger the champion found his master’c: a person licensed to command a merchant ship d (1): one having control (2): an owner especially of a slave or animal e: the employer especially of a servant f (1)dialect : husband (2): the male head of a household

3 a (1) archaic : mr. (2): a youth or boy too young to be called mister —used as a title b: the eldest son of a Scottish viscount or baron

4 a: a presiding officer in an institution or society (as a college) b: any of several officers of court appointed to assist (as by hearing and reporting) a judge

5 a: a master mechanism or device b: an original from which copies can be made; especially : a master recording (as a magnetic tape)

Source: Merriam-Webster

Escuchando: Cleansing the tainted face of – Ordo Equilibrio

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2 comentarios en “Master

  1. Recomendaron
    ¿Alguien conoce el instituto madrileño de formación (IMF)? Un saludo

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