a mechanic, especially one who is thoroughly skilled, in charge of other mechanics.
[mas-ter-mahynd, mah-ster-] /ˈmæs tərˌmaɪnd, ˈmɑ stər-/ verb (used with object) 1. to plan and direct (a usually complex project or activity), especially skillfully: Two colonels had masterminded the revolt. noun 2. a person who originates or is primarily responsible for the execution of a particular idea, project, or the like: the masterminds of company policy. […]
noun 1. a master’s degree given usually in a specific branch of the humanities or social sciences. 2. a person who has been awarded this degree. Abbreviation: M.A., A.M. noun 1. a degree, usually postgraduate and in a nonscientific subject, or the holder of this degree MA
noun 1. the person responsible for the conduct of a fox hunt and to whom all members of the hunt and its staff are responsible. Abbreviation: M.F.H. noun 1. a person responsible for the maintenance of a pack of foxhounds and the associated staff, equipment, hunting arrangements, etc MFH
noun 1. a person who directs the entertainment at a party, dinner, nightclub, radio or television broadcast, or the like, acting as host and introducing the speakers or performers. noun 1. a person who presides over a public ceremony, formal dinner, or entertainment, introducing the events, performers, etc MC