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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.]

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]

maes•tro

(ˈmaɪ stroʊ)

n., pl. maes•tros.
1. an eminent conductor of music.
2. a master of any art.
[1790–1800; < Italian: master]
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

maestro

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

maestro

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

maestro

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

maestro

nMaestro m

maestro

[ˈmaɪstrəʊ] nmaestro

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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Renowned Italian restaurant Mary Maestri's once occupied a stately building on the outskirts of Tontitown, far removed from the hustle and bustle of northwest Arkansas.
Daniel Maestri is 60 now and has been spinning plates to keep the doors open at Mary Maestri's Italian Grillroom-the restaurant his grandparents Aldo and Mary started in Aldo's parents' kitchen--for nearly 40 years.
Considerati ognuno a proprio modo libri anti-Cuore (1) per eccellenza, con riferimento alla piu nota opera deamicisiana, Il romanzo di un maestro e Il maestro di Vigevano ci restituiscono un quadro assai significativo e disincantato del mondo scolastico italiano dal suo interno, come e visto e vissuto dai maestri protagonisti dei due romanzi, in due momenti topici per la storia del nostro paese, ovvero il periodo immediatamente successivo all'unificazione e gli anni Cinquanta del '900, caratterizzati dal grande boom economico.
"I figli del popolo [...] disertano la scuola o la frequentano svogliatamente o con grandissime difficolta" scrive Giovanni Genovesi (80), anche perche il concetto dell'importanza dell'educazione fatico a radicarsi tra le masse popolari, e aggiunge: "Miseria dunque degli alunni, ma miseria anche dei maestri. E questo un male di fondo che perdurera molti anni e sara la piu grande remora all'espansione dell'istruzione, in specie, elementare" (80).
George Maestri's Digital Character Animation 3 (0321376-005, $50.00) provides new artwork to pair with animator and writer George Maestri's insights on the theory and basic techniques of rigging, walk-cycles, lip-synch and more: all the elements which bring an animation to life.
Don't be surprised if Rebecca Maestri is the first out lesbian appointed to a position by President Bush.
"The Republican party has some work to do vis-a-vis the gay and community," says the 44-year-old Maestri, who currently works as a regional director in the Asia division of the U.S.
WATFORD boss Graham Taylor is flying to South America to watch top Peruvian striker Flavio Maestri (left) this week.
Taylor is going to watch giant Maestri in action for his Chilean club Sporting Cristal and could snap him up for around pounds 1.5m.
Li maestri son drieto a metter su la lettiera, la quale e richissima e bellissima piu mille volte che quella da Marmirolo.
Siche tuti li maestri, dipinctori, muradori, marengoni, e bracenti, per pochi che sonno stati, hanno facti il dover suo.
As the years passed, the governors hired, as salaried (male) maestri, composers of ever greater fame, so that by the eighteenth century the musical accomplishments of these young (and not-so-young) women were famous throughout Europe.