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masterful
American English: /ˈmæstərfəl/
British English: /ˈmɑːstəfʊl/
, /ˈmɑːstəf(ə)l/

Translation of masterful in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (imperious)
    (manner/gesture)
    1.2 (masterly)
    (chords/voice)
    Example sentences
    • This was Ireland in dominant mode, masterful and confident in their control as they turned on the style.
    • She's very masterful, very domineering and would look great in leather.
    • Very few teachers can feel masterful in such a classroom setting.
    Example sentences
    • I loved the first one for its sophisticated camerawork, intricate plot and masterful performances.
    • But it wasn't just the kids who loved his masterful two-hour solo performance.
    • It's a masterful performance that is easily among his most bare and honest.

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