- n.大师( master的名词复数 ); 主人（尤指男性）; 硕士; 男教师;
It had taken Masters about twenty hours to reach the house.
Masters shot a hand across the table and gripped his wrist.
The course is more practically based than the Masters degree.
The show includes canvases by masters like Carpaccio, Canaletto and Guardi.
From then on we raised our heads and became our own masters.
After hard fighting, the defenders were still masters of the city.
Fire and water may be good servants , but bad masters.
Pilots of large aircraft are masters of aviation.
They were absolute masters of themselves under fire.
The beaten dog crawled to his masters feet.
He studied painting under several masters.
The people are the masters of their country.
She studied painting under masters.
We are masters of our own destiny.
That caused considerable mirth amongst pupils and sports masters alike.
Kunqu society, the classical Chinese theater which combines singing, dancing and acting to literary works by masters of Ming and Qing dynasties, performing introduces four signature plays of Kunqu master Jiqing Zhang to American audiences.
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1. United States poet (1869-1950)