- mastery (n.)
- early 13c., mesterie, "condition of being a master," also "superiority, victory;" from Old French maistrie, from maistre "master" (see master (n.)). Meaning "intellectual command" (of a topic, etc.) is from 1660s.
- 1. His mastery of the French language was proverbial.
- 2. He demonstrated his mastery of political manoeuvring.
- 3. She has mastery of several languages.
- 4. To gain a complete mastery of English, one must study very hard.
- 5. He has a good grasp [ mastery ] of English grammar.
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