maestro

  • 41maestro — s. expresión que emplean los obreros para dirigirse a alguien que creen superior. ❙ «Se está calentito ahí, ¿eh, maestro?» A. Zamora Vicente, Desorganización. ❙ ▄▀ «Oiga, maestro, ¿dónde descargamos el camión?» …

    Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • 42maestro — [[t]ma͟ɪstroʊ[/t]] maestros N COUNT; N VOC A maestro is a skilled and well known musician or conductor. ...the urbane maestro s delightful first show …

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  • 43maestro — noun 1) blues maestro Eric Clapton Syn: virtuoso, master, expert, genius, wizard, prodigy; informal ace, whiz, pro, hotshot Ant: novice, beginner 2) the maestro took the podium …

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  • 44maestro — UK [ˈmaɪstrəʊ] / US [ˈmaɪstroʊ] noun [countable] Word forms maestro : singular maestro plural maestros or maestri a) a musician who people admire and respect a lot, especially an orchestra conductor b) someone very skilled who people admire and… …

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  • 45MAESTRO — n. m. Mot emprunté de l’italien. Compositeur de musique ou chef d’orchestre en renom. Le vieux maestro reçut un accueil enthousiaste …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 46Maestro — Recorded in many spelling forms including Maestro, Mastro, Magistro, Marro, and with patronymics and diminutive suffix such as ello, ini, and aro, this is an Italian surname. It is pre medieval in origin, and describes a master . This was a guild …

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  • 47maestro — is., müz., İt. maestro 1) Besteci 2) Orkestra şefi …

    Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • 48maestro — ит. [маэ/стро] учитель, композитор, дирижер ◊ maestro di cappella ит. [маэ/стро ди капэ/лла] дирижер капеллы (хора) …

    Словарь иностранных музыкальных терминов

  • 49maestro —    (mah ESS troh) [Italian: master] An eminent person in any of the arts, especially a respected composer, conductor, performer, or teacher in music. Used as an honorary title.    Even in his eighties, the maestro continued to conduct major works …

    Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • 50maestro —   n. (fem. tra) teacher; master, especially of music.    ♦ maestro di capella, musician in charge of an orchestra in the Baroque period …

    Dictionary of difficult words

  • 51maestro — noun (plural maestros or maestri) Etymology: Italian, literally, master, from Latin magister more at master Date: 1724 a master usually in an art; especially an eminent composer, conductor, or teacher of music …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 52Maestro — (ит., maître фр., Meister нем.) мастер, художник музыкант. Во Франции и Германии общепринятое почетное название по преимуществу музыкантов композиторов, в Италии композитора, капельмейстера, музыканта педагога. Maestri secolari (ит.)… …

    Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона

  • 53maestro — /muy stroh/, n., pl. maestros. 1. an eminent composer, teacher, or conductor of music: Toscanini and other great maestros. 2. (cap.) a title of respect used in addressing or referring to such a person. 3. a master of any art: the maestros of… …

    Universalium

  • 54maestro — noun /ˈmaɪstroʊ/lang=en A master in some art, especially a composer or conductor. Syn: master See Also: maestra, magister, magisterium, magistra, meister, miss, missus …

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  • 55maestro — pop. Voz de respeto a una persona, generalmente un profesional o un artesano; tratamiento de respeto y subordinación (FJS.) …

    Diccionario Lunfardo

  • 56maestro — Synonyms and related words: abecedarian, artist, artiste, certified teacher, concert artist, docent, doctor, dominie, don, educationist, educator, executant, fellow, guide, guru, instructor, interpreter, master, melamed, mentor, minstrel,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 57MAESTRO — Machine Assisted Educational System for Teaching by Remote Operation ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 58Maestro — Mester (musik )virtuos …

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  • 59maestro — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. conductor; mentor, director. See music, teaching. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. master, conductor, composer, master musician, music teacher, instructor …

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  • 60Maestro — Ma|es|tro auch: Ma|est|ro 〈 [ ɛ̣s ] m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s od. es|tri [ ɛ̣s ]; Musik〉 1. Musiklehrer 2. Meister, Künstler [Etym.: ital., »Meister, Herr, Lehrer« <lat. magister »Meister, Lehrer«] …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch