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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic мастеръ(masterŭ) (Master of the Order), from Old French maistre, from Latin magister (master, chief, head), from Latin magis (more), from magnus (great), from Proto-Indo-European *mag-no-, from Proto-Indo-European base *meg- (great); cognate with Italian and Spanish maestro, French maître, German Meister, English master.

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ма́стер ‎(másterm anim ‎(genitive ма́стера, nominative plural мастера́, genitive plural мастеро́в, feminine мастери́ца)

  1. master, craftsman, expert
  2. foreman
  3. repairman

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