A maestro is an artistic master: someone who is skilled enough to be considered an artistic genius.
- Pronunciation: /ˈmaɪstrəu/
- English Description: someone who can do something very well, especially a musician
- Chinese Translation: 艺术大师(Yi4 Shu4 Da4 Shi1)
- Spanish Translation: maestro
- STORY: Taking one music class or art class can teach you a lot, but it won't make you a maestro. Maestro (which comes from Italian) is reserved for people with an enormous amount of skill and talent. This word can apply to any type of artist — and sometimes, to people with impressive skills in other areas — but it's most commonly applied to musicians. Master composers, pianists, cellists, guitarists, and conductors are often called maestros.
The maestro jamonero comes in for quality control and to give the final approval that it’s ready for market.ForbesApr 16, 2015
"The world and Latin America have lost a maestro of the liberation of the people," said Bolivian President Evo Morales, a left-leaning leader.
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