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noun [C]     /ˈmɑːstər/
B2 In the past, a servant's master was the man that they worked for. efendi, sahip, patron People in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
TEACHER old-fashioned
a male teacher erkek öğretmen the Latin masterTeachers
someone who does something very well usta, işinin ehli, üstat, sanatkâr He was a master of disguise.Experts and specialists
a document or recording from which copies can be made ana/esas/asıl belge/kayıt vs. Recording sounds and images
Master of Arts/Science, etc
a higher university qualification which usually takes 1 or 2 more years of study after your first qualification, or a person who has this qualification Sosyal/Fen Bilimleri alanında Yüksek Lisans Qualifications in higher education
Master's (degree)
B2 a higher university qualification Yüksek Lisans to study for a Master's degreeQualifications in higher education
Master formal
a title for a boy, used before his family name or full name küçük bey Master Thomas MillsNames and titles
(Definition of master noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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