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Master or masters may refer to:

Ranks or titles

  • Ascended master, a term used in the Theosophical religious tradition to refer to spiritually enlightened beings who in past incarnations were ordinary humans
  • Chess master, a rank of chess player
  • Maestro, an orchestral conductor or the master within some other musical discipline
  • Master craftsman, in the Medieval guilds
  • Master of ceremonies, or MC (emcee), the host of an official public or private staged event or other performance
  • Master-at-arms, a naval police officer, often addressed as "Master" in the Royal Navy
  • Master/slave (BDSM), a type of personal relationship
  • Master's degree, a postgraduate or sometimes undergraduate degree in the specified discipline
  • Masters of the Ancient Wisdom, reputed to be enlightened beings originally identified by the founders of the Theosophical Society
  • Old Master, a term for a recognised Western painter active before about 1800
  • Schoolmaster or master, presiding officer of a school
  • Slave master, an owner of slaves
  • Station master, formerly the person in charge of railway stations
  • Worshipful Master, the senior officer of a Masonic lodge
  • Zen master, a somewhat vague English term, sometimes used to refer to an individual who teaches Zen Buddhist meditation and practices

Aircraft and vehicles

Arts, entertainment, and media

Fictional characters

Films

Literature

Music and audio

Television

People

Places

Schools

Sport

Golf

Tennis

  • ATP World Tour Finals, the season-ending tournament on the ATP tour known in the past as The Masters (derived from 'Masters Grand Prix' and subsequently 'Tennis Masters Cup')
  • ATP World Tour Masters 1000, a series of top tier men's tennis tournaments on the ATP tour calendar

Other sports

Other uses

See also