Definitions of "master"
  1. A person or organization that has control or authority over someone else
  2. A court-appointed officer who aids a judge in the proceedings of a case by conducting hearings, making factual findings and legal conclusions, and performing related tasks
  3. The main or controlling authority over a group of similar things
How to use "master" in a sentence
  1. In certain cases, a court may assign a master to handle sensitive issues.
  2. In the slavery era, the unlawful condition was enforced by the master who had full control over the slave.
  3. The corporation served as the master entity, governing all related subsidiaries.

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