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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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maestromaes‧tro /ˈmaɪstrəʊ $ -roʊ/ noun (plural maestros) [countable]  APMsomeone who can do something very well, especially a musician
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maestroShe had given me the directions and I had left, taking buses like a maestro of the Municipal Railway.Really, a maestro off the dribble.But it can be made to bulge and glitter with a maestro behind the iris.Yet, in virtually every one there is one person who acts as maestro, organizing the genius of the others.Northern's biggest setback came with the loss of midfield maestro Deryck Fox with pulled stomach muscles.The old maestro having been asked to give a last exhibition of his art, no one wished it to go wrong.Could he mean Andrea Palladio, maestro of imposed and superimposed geometry and probably the most influential architect of all time?The maestro breathes new life into the composer's primitive neo-Stravinskian language.
MaestroMaestro /ˈmaɪstrəʊ $ -roʊ/ trademark  a type of system used for paying for goods and services in the UK, by which customers use a type of plastic card called a debit card, and money is immediately taken out of their bank account. Maestro is a brand name of the MasterCard company.
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