1. (old-fashioned) (the person in charge of me)
a. mi señor
"Nobody but God is my master" cried the prisoner as he stood before the king."Nadie salvo Dios es mi señor" gritó el prisionero ante el rey.
b. mi amo (of a slave)
I have to go. My master has summoned me.Me tengo que ir. Mi amo me llamó.
c. mi patrón (of a worker)
I'll ask my master if I can take an afternoon off this week.Preguntaré a mi patrón si puedo tomar una tarde libre esta semana.
2. (my postgraduate degree)
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