Associations to the word «Mastering»
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MASTER, noun. Someone who has control over something or someone.
MASTER, noun. The owner of an animal or slave.
MASTER, noun. (nautical) The captain of a merchant ship; a master mariner.
MASTER, noun. Someone who employs others.
MASTER, noun. An expert at something.
MASTER, noun. A tradesman who is qualified to teach apprentices.
MASTER, noun. (dated) A schoolmaster.
MASTER, noun. A skilled artist.
MASTER, noun. (dated) A man or a boy; mister. See Master.
MASTER, noun. A master's degree; a type of postgraduate degree, usually undertaken after a bachelor degree.
MASTER, noun. A person holding such a degree.
MASTER, noun. The original of a document or of a recording.
MASTER, noun. (film) The primary wide shot of a scene, into which the closeups will be edited later.
MASTER, noun. (legal) A parajudicial officer (such as a referee, an auditor, an examiner, or an assessor) specially appointed to help a court with its proceedings.
MASTER, noun. (engineering) A device that is controlling other devices or is an authoritative source (e.g. master database).
MASTER, noun. A person holding an office of authority among the Freemasons, especially the presiding officer; also, a person holding a similar office in other civic societies.
MASTER, adjective. Masterful.
MASTER, adjective. Main, principal or predominant.
MASTER, adjective. Highly skilled.
MASTER, adjective. Original.
MASTER, verb. (intransitive) To be a master.
MASTER, verb. (transitive) To become the master of; to subject to one's will, control, or authority; to conquer; to overpower; to subdue.
MASTER, verb. (transitive) To learn to a high degree of proficiency.
MASTER, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To own; to posses.
MASTER, verb. (transitive) (especially of a musical performance) To make a master copy of.
MASTER, verb. (intransitive) (usually with in) To earn a Master's degree.
MASTER, noun. (nautical) (in combination) A vessel having a specified number of masts.
MASTER, noun. Prefix to a boy's name.
MASTER, noun. A religious teacher, often as an honorific title.
MASTER, noun. A master's degree.
MASTER, noun. A person holding a master's degree, as a title.
MASTER, noun. The owner of a slave, in some literature.
MASTER, noun. (Wicca) One of the triune gods of the Horned God in Wicca alongside the Father and Sage and representing a boy or a young man
MASTER BEDROOM, noun. A room in a house, in which the head of the house sleeps.
MASTER BEDROOMS, noun. Plural of master bedroom
MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER, noun. (US) (Navy) A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above senior chief petty officer.
MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS, noun. Plural of master chief petty officer
MASTER CLASS, noun. A class, typically in a performing art such as music or drama, in which a teacher listens to and critiques the performance of individual students, one at a time, while the other students look on.
MASTER CLASS, noun. (figuratively) An action or series of actions that serve to demonstrate a person's mastery of a subject.
MASTER CLASS, noun. A brilliant or virtuosic performance.
MASTER CUBE, noun. Rubik's Revenge
MASTER CUBES, noun. Plural of Master Cube
MASTER DATA, noun. (data management) Reference data.
MASTER DATA MANAGEMENT, noun. (data management) A set of processes and tools which centrally and persistently define the non-transactional entities of an organization, with the objective to collect from, and supply to various processes, unique instances of each entity.
MASTER EYE, noun. One's dominant eye, from which visual input is preferred.
MASTER GLAND, noun. (informal) (biology) The pituitary gland.
MASTER GLANDS, noun. Plural of master gland
MASTER GUNNERY SERGEANT, noun. (military) (US) A non-commissioned officer of rank E-9 in the United States Marine Corps, ranking above a master sergeant/first sergeant and below a warrant officer. It is equal in grade to sergeant major
MASTER GUNNERY SERGEANTS, noun. Plural of master gunnery sergeant
MASTER KEY, noun. A key designed to open a set of several locks; a passkey
MASTER KEYS, noun. Plural of master key
MASTER MARINER, noun. (nautical) A seaman who has qualified to be a captain of a merchant ship
MASTER MARINERS, noun. Plural of master mariner
MASTER OF ARTS, noun. A postgraduate degree usually in a non-science subject.
MASTER OF ARTS, noun. A person holding such a degree.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES, noun. Someone who acts as a host at a formal event.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES, noun. Someone who conducts a programme of varied entertainment, for example by introducing performers to the audience.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES, noun. (rap music, in the abbreviated form "MC" or sometimes "emcee") A rapper.
MASTER OF SCIENCE, noun. A degree that usually requires 2-3 years beyond a Bachelor of Science and emphasizes science and scientific applications. The degree is less advanced than a Doctorate degree.
MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE, noun. (religion) God
MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE, noun. (idiomatic) a powerful person
MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE, noun. (idiomatic) highly successful business person
MASTER PLAN, noun. A comprehensive document that sets out an overall strategy
MASTER PLAN, noun. (architecture) A small-scale graphic outline that shows all the major elements of a project
MASTER PLANS, noun. Plural of master plan
MASTER RACE, noun. Any race of people who consider themselves to be superior to others; especially when applied to Nazi ideology.
MASTER RACES, noun. Plural of master race
MASTER RESET, noun. Factory reset
MASTER RESETS, noun. Plural of master reset
MASTER SEAMAN, noun. (Canada) (Navy) A non-commissioned officer in the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, ranking above leading seaman and below petty officer second class.
MASTER SEAMEN, noun. Plural of master seaman
MASTER SERGEANT, noun. (military) (US) A non-commissioned officer in the United States Army, ranking above sergeant first class and below sergeant major; equal in grade and pay to a first sergeant.
MASTER SERGEANT, noun. (military) (US) A non-commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps, ranking above gunnery sergeant and below master gunnery sergeant or sergeant major.
MASTER SERGEANT, noun. (military) (US) A non-commissioned officer in the United States Air Force, ranking above technical sergeant and below senior master sergeant.
MASTER SERGEANTS, noun. Plural of master sergeant
MASTER SPIRIT, noun. The leading entity; the most important person, the controlling figure.
MASTER STATUS, noun. (sociology) A social status that is the primary socially identifying characteristic of an individual, such as being the queen.
MASTER TRADESMAN, noun. A skilled and experienced tradesman, especially one who has submitted a masterpiece to his guild.
MASTER VIBRATOR, noun. In an internal combustion engine with two or more cylinders, an induction coil and vibrator placed in the circuit between the battery or magneto and the coils for the different cylinders, which are used without vibrators of their own.
MASTER VIBRATORS, noun. Plural of master vibrator
MASTER, noun. An artist of consummate skill; "a master of the violin"; "one of the old masters".
MASTER, noun. A person who has general authority over others.
MASTER, noun. A combatant who is able to defeat rivals.
MASTER, noun. Directs the work of others.
MASTER, noun. Presiding officer of a school.
MASTER, noun. An original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made.
MASTER, noun. An officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship.
MASTER, noun. Someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution.
MASTER, noun. An authority qualified to teach apprentices.
MASTER, noun. Key that secures entrance everywhere.
MASTER, verb. Be or become completely proficient or skilled in; "She mastered Japanese in less than two years".
MASTER, verb. Get on top of; deal with successfully; "He overcame his shyness".
MASTER, verb. Have dominance or the power to defeat over; "Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems".
MASTER, verb. Have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of; "Do you control these data?".
MASTER, adjective. 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".
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