What is another word for meister?

Pronunciation: [mˈa͡ɪstə] (IPA)

The word "meister" is a German word that translates to "master" in English. However, there are several synonyms used in English that can replace "meister." These synonyms include "expert," "pro," "guru," "specialist," "adept," and "maestro." Each of these words suggests a level of expertise or mastery in a particular field. For example, an expert is someone who has an exceptional level of knowledge in a specific area. A pro is a seasoned professional skilled in their respective field. A guru is an expert with profound knowledge that is typically associated with spiritual or philosophical subjects. Therefore, the use of such synonyms adds a level of sophistication to one's vocabulary in place of the simple word "meister".

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Usage examples for Meister

It seemed to me that there must be some other Goethe and some other Wilhelm meister.
"Luck or Cunning?"
Samuel Butler
I took his arm, and he first led me across the passage into the workshop of my landlord, where the good old meister and his apprentices stared at us, and the Frau meisterin hearing the news, rushed into the room, with a frying pan, which she was just going to put on the fire, still in her hand; she loudly sang my praises, and congratulated Morrik on having secured such a treasure as a wife, till I at last burst out laughing through my tears.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse
"Each man," says meister, "commonly defends himself as long as possible from casting out the idols which he worships in his soul; from acknowledging a master-error, and admitting any truth that brings him to despair;" and indeed a system as complete and compact as that of Mr. Spencer or Mr. Tylor is apt to become an intellectual idol forbidding under pain of infidelity all inquiries that might cause it to totter on its throne, or which might unravel in an instant what has been woven by years of hard and honest thought.
"The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)"
George Tyrrell

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