Textual thesaurus for "master"

(adj) main, chief, primary, principal

most important element

the chief aim of living; the main doors were of solid glass; the principal rivers of America; the principal example; policemen were primary targets; the master bedroom; a master switch

(noun) master copy, original

an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made

(noun) passe-partout, passkey, master key

key that secures entrance everywhere

(noun) headmaster, schoolmaster

presiding officer of a school

(noun) maestro

an artist of consummate skill

a master of the violin; one of the old masters

(noun) professional

an authority qualified to teach apprentices

(noun) sea captain, skipper, captain

an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship

(noun) overlord, lord

a person who has general authority over others

(noun) victor, superior

a combatant who is able to defeat rivals

(verb) control

have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of

Do you control these data?

(verb) get the hang

be or become completely proficient or skilled in

She mastered Japanese in less than two years

(verb) get over, overcome, subdue, surmount

get on top of; deal with successfully

He overcame his shyness

(verb) dominate

have dominance or the power to defeat over

Her pain completely mastered her; The methods can master the problems