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Detailed Translations for master from English to Spanish

master:

master [the ~] noun

  1. the master (teacher; tutor; instructor; mentor)
    el profesor; el docente; la profesora; el mentor; el maestro; el educador; el pedagogo; el instructor
  2. the master (boss; principal; chief; leader)
    el jefe; el patrón; el gerente; el maestro; el director; el patrono; la directora; el mentor
  3. the master (schoolteacher; teacher; instructor; schoolmaster)
    el profesor de la enseñanza básica; la profesora; el maestro; la tía
  4. the master (ruler; mister; gent; lord; king)
    el señor; el caballero; el maestro; el hombre; el dueño; el rey; el soberano; el profesor; el docente
  5. the master (champion; champ)
    el campeón; el ganador
  6. the master (captain; skipper)
    el capitán; el patrón de barco
  7. the master (captain; skipper)
    el capitán
  8. the master
    el maestro
  9. the master (schoolmaster; educator; tutor; )
    el profesor; el maestro; el docente
  10. the master (captain)
    el comandante
  11. the master (guild master)
  12. the master (sovereign lord; ruler of the country; lord)
    el príncipe
  13. the master
    – A slide view or page on which you define formatting for all slides or pages in your presentation. Each presentation has a master for each key component: slides, title slides, speaker's notes, and audience handouts. 1
    el patrón
  14. the master
    – A shape on a stencil that you use repeatedly to create drawings. 1
    el patrón

Conjugations for master:

present
  1. master
  2. master
  3. masters
  4. master
  5. master
  6. master
simple past
  1. mastered
  2. mastered
  3. mastered
  4. mastered
  5. mastered
  6. mastered
present perfect
  1. have mastered
  2. have mastered
  3. has mastered
  4. have mastered
  5. have mastered
  6. have mastered
past continuous
  1. was mastering
  2. were mastering
  3. was mastering
  4. were mastering
  5. were mastering
  6. were mastering
future
  1. shall master
  2. will master
  3. will master
  4. shall master
  5. will master
  6. will master
continuous present
  1. am mastering
  2. are mastering
  3. is mastering
  4. are mastering
  5. are mastering
  6. are mastering
subjunctive
  1. be mastered
  2. be mastered
  3. be mastered
  4. be mastered
  5. be mastered
  6. be mastered
diverse
  1. master!
  2. let's master!
  3. mastered
  4. mastering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for master:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
caballero gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; horseman; horsewoman; knight; man; mister; nobleman; officer; rider; squire; staff member; type; young man
campeón champ; champion; master brilliant person; standout; star
capitán captain; master; skipper airman; aviator; captain; centurion; chief; commander; flier; flyer; forewoman; headman; leader; pilot; scoutmaster; woman-leader
comandante captain; master airman; aviator; captain; centurion; chief; commander; commander-in-chief; commanding officer; flier; flyer; forewoman; general; headman; leader; lieutenant-colonel; lord; major; pilot; ruler; scoutmaster; squadron leader; woman-leader
decano del gremio guild master; master
director boss; chief; leader; master; principal VIP; boss; captain; centurion; chief; chief-editor; commander; director; editor-in-chief; forewoman; general editor; governor; head of the editorial department; headman; headmanager; leader; manager; managing director; patron; politician; scoutmaster; statesman; topdog; viceroy; woman-leader
directora boss; chief; leader; master; principal beginning; beginning of a letter; captain; chief; directrix; forewoman; headmistress; manageress; principal; rectrix; scoutmaster; woman-leader
docente captain; educator; gent; instructor; king; lord; master; mentor; mister; pedagogue; ruler; schoolmaster; skipper; teacher; tutor
dueño gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; caretaker; doorkeeper; hall porter; janitor; landlady; landlord; lessor; letter; nobleman; squire; young man
educador instructor; master; mentor; teacher; tutor instructor; teacher; tutor
ganador champ; champion; master conqueror; hit; sure card; victor; winner
gerente boss; chief; leader; master; principal boss; captain; centurion; chairman; chief; commander; director; executor; governor; headman; headmanager; leader; manager; managing director; patron; politician; president; regent; statesman; topdog; trustee; viceroy
hombre gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler being; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; human; human being; individual; lad; male; man; mister; mortal; person; type
instructor instructor; master; mentor; teacher; tutor instructor; teacher; tutor
jefe boss; chief; leader; master; principal VIP; beginning; beginning of a letter; boss; captain; centurion; chief; chieftain; commander; foreman; forewoman; front-rank man; governor; head; headman; leader; lord; ruler; superior; topdog; tribal chief; viceroy; woman-leader
maestro boss; captain; chief; educator; gent; instructor; king; leader; lord; master; mentor; mister; pedagogue; principal; ruler; schoolmaster; schoolteacher; skipper; teacher; tutor LL.M.; instructor; jurist; lawyer; legal expert; maestro; teacher; tutor
mentor boss; chief; instructor; leader; master; mentor; principal; teacher; tutor captain; centurion; chief; commander; guide; headman; instructor; leader; mentor; teacher; tutor
patrono boss; chief; leader; master; principal patrons; pattern
patrón boss; chief; leader; master; principal VIP; boss; café keeper; clothes pattern; design; drawing; example; host; innkeeper; landlady; landlord; licencee; licensed victualler; licensee; lodging-house keeper; model; motive; paper pattern; pattern; pub-keeper; publican; sample; specimen; standard; topdog
patrón de barco captain; master; skipper
pedagogo instructor; master; mentor; teacher; tutor educationist; educator; tutor
profesor captain; educator; gent; instructor; king; lord; master; mentor; mister; pedagogue; ruler; schoolmaster; skipper; teacher; tutor
profesor de la enseñanza básica instructor; master; schoolmaster; schoolteacher; teacher
profesora instructor; master; mentor; schoolmaster; schoolteacher; teacher; tutor instructor; school-mistress; school-teacher; schoolmistress; schoolteacher; teacher; tutor
príncipe lord; master; ruler of the country; sovereign lord
rey gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; king; monarch; nobleman; squire; young man
señor gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Mr.; Sir; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; man; mister; sir; squire; type
soberano gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; absolute monarch; absolute sovereign; authorities; bloke; chap; establishment; fellow; governor; guy; king; monarch; nobleman; power; ruler; squire; usurper; viceroy; young man
tía instructor; master; schoolmaster; schoolteacher; teacher aunt; auntie; baby; bint; bird; bit of skirt; brill; chick; child; dame; doll; female; infant; little girl; wife; woman
vencer elapsing; lapsing; passing
- captain; headmaster; lord; maestro; master copy; master key; original; overlord; passe-partout; passkey; professional; schoolmaster; sea captain; skipper; superior; victor
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aclimatarse aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master acclimatise; acclimatize; get acclimatized; get used to; grow accustomed to; naturalise; naturalize; settle down
acostumbrar aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master acclimatise; acclimatize; adapt; become a habit; fit in; get acclimatized; get used to; grow accustomed to; settle down
acostumbrarse aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master acclimatise; acclimatize; get used to; grow accustomed to; naturalise; naturalize; settle down
acostumbrarse a aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master acclimatise; acclimatize; adapt; fit in; get acclimatized; get used to; grow accustomed to; settle down
adaptarse aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master acclimatise; acclimatize; adapt; adjust; be corrupted; change over; conform to; convert; degenerate; fit in; get acclimatized; get used to; go along with; grow accustomed to; join; resign oneself to the inevitable; settle down; settle oneself; suit; switch over
contraer el hábito de aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master get used to; grow accustomed to; settle down
familiarizarse con aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master get used to; grow accustomed to; settle down
habituarse a aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master get used to; grow accustomed to; settle down
hacerse a aquire; familiarise; familiarize; get used to; learn; master
salir victorioso conquer; master; overcome; win; win over gain the day; gain the victory
triunfar conquer; master; overcome; win; win over gain; gain the day; gain the victory; outdo; score off; triumph; trump; win
vencer conquer; master; overcome; win; win over age; break down; break off; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; bring to submission; bring under control; come to an end; conclude; control; decide; decline; end; finish; finish off; gain the day; gain the victory; give way; go to pieces; overpower; regress; stop; subject; tame; terminate; waining; wind up
- control; dominate; get over; get the hang; overcome; subdue; surmount
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- chief; main; primary; principal
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- captain; overcome; shipman; shipmaster
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
docente teaching
soberano aristocratic; considerable; dignified; distinguished; eminent; glorious; grand; kinglike; princely; prominent; regal; royal; sovereign; stately

Related Words for "master":

  • remaster, mastering, masters

Synonyms for "master":


Related Definitions for "master":

  1. most important element2
    • the master bedroom2
    • a master switch2
  2. an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made2
  3. key that secures entrance everywhere2
  4. presiding officer of a school2
  5. an artist of consummate skill2
    • a master of the violin2
    • one of the old masters2
  6. an authority qualified to teach apprentices2
  7. directs the work of others2
  8. someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution2
  9. an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship2
  10. a person who has general authority over others2
  11. a combatant who is able to defeat rivals2
  12. have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of2
  13. be or become completely proficient or skilled in2
    • She mastered Japanese in less than two years2
  14. get on top of; deal with successfully2
  15. have dominance or the power to defeat over2
    • Her pain completely mastered her2
    • The methods can master the problems2
  16. A slide view or page on which you define formatting for all slides or pages in your presentation. Each presentation has a master for each key component: slides, title slides, speaker's notes, and audience handouts.1
  17. A shape on a stencil that you use repeatedly to create drawings.1

Wiktionary Translations for master:

master
noun
  1. original of a document or of a recording
  2. courtesy title for a boy
  3. courtesy title of a man
  4. expert at something
  5. tradesman who is qualified to teach apprentices
  6. captain of a merchant ship
  7. someone who employs others
  8. someone who has control over something or someone
    • masteramo
  9. owner of an animal or slave
    • masteramo

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
master patrón; jefe; dueño; amo meester — baas, heer, patroon
master dominar; controlar; superar dingfestnur im adverbialen Gebrauch von: etwas dingfest machen: eine Sache in den Griff bekommen, unter Kontrolle bringen, zum Ziel führen
master maestro instituteur — Enseignant d’école primaire.
master maestro; amo; dueño maître — Propriétaire
master maestro maître — Personne qui domine un art
master dominar maîtriser — Avoir ou prendre la maîtrise de quelqu’un, de quelque chose, le gouverner en maître, avec une autorité absolue.

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