master and servant

Definition of "master and servant"
  1. An antiquated expression for the employer-employee relationship and relevant labor rights
How to use "master and servant" in a sentence
  1. His study in law school introduced him to the concept of master and servant.
  2. The rule of master and servant was more prevalent in the factory systems of the past.
  3. She was trying to explain the concept of master and servant in a pre-industrial context.

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