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British English: /ˈmɑːstə/
American English: /ˈmæstər/

Translation of master in French:


  • 3 (person who excels) a master of
    un maître de
    (violin, narrative)
    un/-e expert/-e de
    (tactics, public relations)
    to be a master at doing
    être maître dans l'art de faire
  • 4 (Art)
    also: Master
    the Dutch masters
    les maîtres hollandais
  • 9 (University) (graduate)
    titulaire (mf) d'une maîtrise
    master's (degree) to be working towards one's master's
    préparer sa maîtrise
  • 12 (title of young man) the young master (dated)
    le jeune monsieur
    Master Ian Todd (on envelope)
    Monsieur Ian Todd

also: Masters plural noun

  • (+ v sg) (Sport)the Masters
    le championnat
    (in tennis)
    le masters


transitive verb

  • 1 (learn, become proficient in or with)
    (subject, language, controls, computers, theory, basics, complexities)
    (art, skill)

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