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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of master.
- v. To reach a high level of competency.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Learned thoroughly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. understood perfectly
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The DVDs were mastered from the original negatives, and the colors are bright and really pop.
What A.B. Combs has mastered is to create a unique and deep leadership culture.
The 2001 release contained the re-release trailer, the film in the original 2.21: 1 aspect ratio, digitally re-mastered from the original 70 mm print, and the soundtrack remixed in 5.1 surround sound.
Link hypocricy at its finest. apple has once again mastered the reality of the black market to gain an advantage over its competitors.
Six of these are mastered from the Expanded Edition versions of the soundtracks from three Star Wars episodes:
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There was apparently a CD release of dubious origin at one point, but it was mastered from a rather crackly copy of the album, or so I'm told -- the one vendor I ever found with access to copies of the CD edition failed to acquire one for me.
The one thing the bullies have mastered is the flinch factor: the minute they bring up some contentious issue and blast away at the Democrats for it, they are sure that some Democratic senator -- oh, say, from Connecticut, just to throw out a name -- will wring his hands and allow that perhaps they're right.
Royson was now a man of title mastered him completely.
Still, the reference to Provis by name mastered everything.
KURT BADENHAUSEN, "FORBES" MAGAZINE: The formula that NASCAR has mastered, which is similar to what the NFL has done, is every NASCAR race is an event.