"master" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

master
[ˈmɑːstə(r)]
sustantivo
1. señor (m) (of servants); patrón (m) (of ship)
  • the master of the house -> el señor de la casa
  • to be one's own master -> ser dueño(a) de sí mismo(a)
  • to be master of the situation -> ser dueño(a) de la situación
  • master of ceremonies -> maestro (m) de ceremonias
  • master bedroom -> dormitorio (m) or cuarto (m) or (Am) recámara (f) principal (CAm, español de Colombia, español de México)
  • master copy -> original (m)
  • master file (informática) -> archivo (m) maestro
  • master key -> llave (f) maestra
  • master plan -> plan (m) maestro
  • master race -> raza (f) superior
2. maestro(a) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) (skilled person)
  • master of Arts/Science (universidad) -> máster (m) en humanidades/ciencias; (degree) licenciado(a) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) con máster en humanidades/ciencias (person)
  • master carpenter/builder -> maestro carpintero/albañil
  • master class (Mus) -> clase (f) magistral
  • master's (degree) -> máster (m)
  • she has a master's (degree) in economics -> tiene un máster en o de Economía
3. (instructor)
  • fencing/dancing master -> maestro (m) de esgrima/de danza
  • French/Geography master -> profesor (m) de francés/geografía
4. (Old-fashioned) (young boy)
  • master David Thomas -> señorito David Thomas
5. (Art)
  • an old master -> un clásico de la pintura antigua (painter, painting)
verbo transitivo
6. dominar (one's emotions, foreign language, violin)

master [mas-ta-of-se-ri-mo-nis]
1. Vencer, sujetar, domar; gobernar, dominar.
2. Ejecutar alguna cosa con maestría o destreza; comprender en todos sus detalles.
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
3. Ser superior en alguna cosa. (n)
  • To master the piano -> dominar el piano
va.

master [ˈmɑːstəʳ]
noun
1 [of the house] señor (m); amo (m); [of dog, servant] amo (m); (in address) señor (m)
the master is not at home el señor no está; the young master el señorito
the master of the house
to be master in one's own house mandar en su propia casa; to be one's own master ser dueño de sí mismo; I am (the) master now ahora mando yo; to be master of the situation dominar la situación; to be master of one's fate decidir su propio destino
to meet one's master ser derrotado por fin; tener que sucumbir por fin
to serve two masters servir a Dios y al diablo
no man can serve two masters One lawyer cannot serve two masters, and civilised societies the world over believe that there must be separate defence and prosecution counsels
2 (Náut) [of ship] capitán (m)
3 (musician, painter etc) maestro (m)
4 (expert) expertoaexperta (m) (f);a experta
he is a master at (the art of) making money es un experto en el arte de hacer dinero
to be a past master at politics
5 (teacher) (primary) maestro (m); (secondary) profesor (m)
the music master el profesor de música
6 (Univ)
Master of Arts/Science (qualification) master (m) en letras/ciencias; (person) persona que posee un master en letras/ciencias; she's working for her Master's (degree) está estudiando para sacarse el máster
note See culture box in entry degree.
verb:transitive
[+subject, situation, technique] dominar
When you have mastered the technique, try it out at work At school I could never master foreign languages if that happened, we would not be able to master the situation
to master the violin llegar a dominar el violín
modifier
master baker (n) maestro (m) panadero
master bedroom (n) dormitorio (m) principal
master builder (n) maestro (m) de obras
master card (n) carta (f) maestra
master class (n) clase (f) magistral
master copy (n) original (m)
master disk (n) disco (m) maestro
master file (n) fichero (m) maestro
master key (n) llave (f) maestra
master mariner (n) capitán (m)
master mason (n) albañil (m) maestroamaestra;a maestra
master of ceremonies (n) maestro (m) de ceremonias; [of show] presentador (m); animador (m)
master of foxhounds (n) cazador (m) mayor
Master of the Rolls (n) (Britain) juez (m) del tribunal de apelación
master plan (n) plan (m) maestro; plan (m) rector
master sergeant (n) (US) sargento (m) mayor
master spy (n) jefe (m) de espías; controladoracontroladora (m) (f) de espías;a controladora
master switch (n) interruptor (m) general

Verb Conjugations for "master" (go to el maestro; el amo)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I master I mastered I will master
you master you mastered you will master
he/she masters he/she mastered he/she will master
we master we mastered we will master
you master you mastered you will master
they master they mastered they will master
Complete master conjugation >

master
máster
adjetivo
[+copia] master
masters (plural)
1 (Univ) master's degree;en in
Master de Administración de Empresas Master of Business Administration, MBA
2 (Cine) (Música) master copy
3 (Dep) masters' (competition)
el Master de Augusta the Augusta Masters

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