HyperDic: maestro

Español > 8 sentidos de la palabra maestro:
NOMBREperson maestro, instructor, maestra, monitor, profesora, profesora person whose occupation is teaching
person maestro, autoridad, entendidoan expert whose views are taken as definitive
person maestro, experto, maestraan artist of consummate skill
person maestro, diestro, lidiador, matador, torera, torerosomeone who fights bulls
person maestro, maestra, profesora, profesora teacher in a school below the college level
person maestro, maestra, profesionalan authority qualified to teach apprentices
artifactmaestro, master, matriz, originalan original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made
cognitionmaestroa personified abstraction that teaches / teaches
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoA person whose occupation is teaching.
Sinónimosinstructor, maestra, monitor, profesora, profesor
EspecíficoBahai, bahaíA teacher of or believer in Bahaism
aya, gobernanta, institutor, institutriz, norsa, nurseA woman entrusted with the care and supervision of a child (especially in a private home)
catequistaOne who instructs catechumens in preparation for baptism (especially one using a catechism)
docenteA teacher at some universities / universities
evangelista, evangelizador, misionera, misionerosomeone who attempts to convert others to a particular doctrine or program
instructor, preceptor, professor particular, tutorA person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
instructoraA woman instructor
maestra, maestro, profesora, profesorA teacher in a school below the college level
maestro de baile, maestro de danzaA professional teacher of dancing
preceptorteacher at a university or college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford)
profesor asistenteA graduate student with teaching / teaching responsibilities
profesor de artesomeone who teaches art
profesor de cienciassomeone who teaches science
profesor de equitaciónsomeone who teaches horsemanship
profesor de francéssomeone who teaches French
profesor de ingléssomeone who teaches English
profesor de lecturasomeone who teaches students to read
profesor de matemáticassomeone who teaches mathematics
profesor de músicasomeone who teaches music
Generaleducacionista, educadora, educador, pedagoga, pedagogosomeone who educates young people
Inglésteacher, instructor
Catalánensenyant, instructor, mestre, monitor, professor
NombresprofesoradoThe position of teacher
Verbosadiestrar, aleccionar, aprender, educar, enseñar, instruirImpart skills or knowledge to
enseñaraccustom gradually to some action or attitude
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 2, person
SentidoAn expert whose views are taken as definitive.
Sinónimosautoridad, entendido
Específicoasesora, asesor, consejera, consejero, consultora, consultor, especialista, orientadorAn expert who gives advice
cognoscente, connaisseur, conocedora, conocedor, entendida, entendido, peritoAn expert able to appreciate a field
liturgistaAn authority on liturgies
maestra, maestro, profesionalAn authority qualified to teach apprentices
Generalexperto, peritoA person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
Inglésauthority
Catalánautoritat, entès
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 3, person
SentidoAn artist of consummate skill.
Sinónimosexperto, maestra
GeneralartistaA person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination / imagination
Inglésmaestro, master
Catalánmestra, mestre
Adjetivoconsumado, genial, magistralHaving or revealing supreme mastery or skill
Nombresmaestrazgo, maestríaThe position of master / master
Verboscontrolar, dominarHave a firm understanding or knowledge of
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 4, person
Sentidosomeone who fights bulls.
Sinónimosdiestro, lidiador, matador, torera, torero
EspecíficobanderilleroThe bullfighter who implants decorated darts (banderillas) into the neck or shoulders of the bull during a bull fight
matadorThe principal bullfighter who is appointed to make the final / final passes and kill the bull
novilleroA bullfighter who is required to fight bulls less than four years of age
picadorThe horseman who pricks the bull with a lance early in the bullfight to goad the bull and to make it keep its head low
toreroA matador or one of the supporting team during a bull fight
Generalalguien, alguno, alma, humano, individuo, mortal, persona, ser humano, serA human being
Inglésbullfighter, toreador
Catalándestre, matador, torejador, torero
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 5, person
SentidoA teacher in a school below the college level.
Sinónimosmaestra, profesora, profesor
Miembro decentro docente, colegio, escuela, instituto, universidadAn educational institution
Específicomaestra, profesoraA woman schoolteacher (especially one regarded as strict)
Generalinstructor, maestra, maestro, monitor, profesora, profesorA person whose occupation is teaching
Inglésschoolteacher, school teacher
Catalánmestra, mestre, professora, professor
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 6, person
SentidoAn authority qualified to teach apprentices.
Sinónimosmaestra, profesional
Generalautoridad, entendido, maestroAn expert whose views are taken as definitive
Inglésmaster, professional
Catalánmestra, mestre, professional
Adjetivoconsumado, genial, magistralHaving or revealing supreme mastery or skill
Nombresmaestrazgo, maestríaThe position of master / master
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 7, artifact
SentidoAn original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made.
Sinónimosmaster, matriz, original
GeneralcreaciónAn artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
Inglésmaster, master copy, original
Catalánmatriu, original
AdjetivooriginalBeing or productive of something fresh and unusual
originalnot derived or copied or translated from something else
Español > maestro: 8 sentidos > nombre 8, cognition
SentidoA personified abstraction that teaches / teaches.
GeneralabstracciónA concept or idea not associated with any specific instance
Inglésteacher
Verbosadiestrar, aleccionar, aprender, educar, enseñar, instruirImpart skills or knowledge to
enseñaraccustom gradually to some action or attitude

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