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maes·tro

 (mīs′trō)
n. pl. maes·tros or maes·tri (-trē)
A master in an art, especially a composer, conductor, or music teacher.

[Italian, from Latin magister, magistr-, master; see meg- in Indo-European roots.]
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maestro

(ˈmaɪstrəʊ)
n, pl -tri (-trɪ) or -tros
1. (Classical Music) a distinguished music teacher, conductor, or musician
2. any man regarded as the master of an art: often used as a term of address
[C18: Italian: master]
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maes•tro

(ˈmaɪ stroʊ)

n., pl. maes•tros.
1. an eminent conductor of music.
2. a master of any art.
[1790–1800; < Italian: master]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.maestro - an artist of consummate skillmaestro - an artist of consummate skill; "a master of the violin"; "one of the old masters"
artist, creative person - a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
old master - a great European painter prior to 19th century
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maestro

noun master, expert, genius, virtuoso, wonk (informal), fundi (S. African) the maestro's delightful first show
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Translations
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maestro

[ˈmaɪstrəʊ] N (maestros or maestri (pl)) [ˈmaɪstrɪ]maestro m
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maestro

[ˈmaɪstrəʊ] n
(= musician, conductor) → maestro m
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maestro

nMaestro m
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maestro

[ˈmaɪstrəʊ] nmaestro
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maestro

(ˈmaistrəu) plural ˈmaestros noun
(a title given to) a master in one of the arts, especially a musical composer or conductor.
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Ensaf said that Ostad later postponed the interview, citing an upcoming trip.
Tuesday's report quotes judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili as saying that Mohammad Ali Najafi was convicted of fatally shooting his wife, Mitra Ostad. The verdict can be appealed within 20 days.
On May 28, Ostad was found dead at home in the Sa'adat Abad neighborhood in Northwestern Tehran.
Najafi appeared in a Tehran criminal court July 13, accused of shooting his second wife, Mitra Ostad, to death in her apartment in the capital with a pistol.
Accordingly, in the process of developing the categorization system applied in the present study, various viewpoints from earlier research were integrated (Berk, 1986; Girbau, 2002; Kohlberg et al., 1968; Ostad & Sorensen, 2007; Winsler & Naglieri, 2003).
Ostad, though lice ridden and pulling an overburdened cart was "exquisite." Louise compared him to "something straight out of a fairy tale."
Therefore, an independent diagnosis of dyscalculia is often difficult to ascertain (Gross-Tsur & Manor, 1996; Ostad, 1998).
Ariel Ostad, dermatologist and assistant professor, New York University Medical School.
Here we are introduced to the major personalities of the Northern Alliance, including Mohammad Fahim Khan, Ismail Khan, Abdul Rashid Dostum, and Ostad Atta.
Abraham Ostad. Following the procedure, after the patient had dismounted from the examination table, he blacked out and fell down as he attempted to bend over to pull up his trousers.