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maestro

noun [C] uk   /ˈmaɪ.strəʊ/ us    /-stroʊ/ ( plural maestros or maestri )
a man who is very skilled at playing or conducting (= directing the performance of) music
Translations of “maestro”
in Spanish maestro…
in French maestro…
in German der Maestro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傑出的演奏家(或指揮家), 大師…
in Russian маэстро…
in Turkish maestro, bir şeyde özellikle müzikte çok başarılı kimse…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杰出的演奏家(或指挥家)…
in Polish mistrz, maestro…
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