Translation of masterful in Spanish:


autoritario, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmæstərfəl/ /ˈmɑːstəfʊl/ /ˈmɑːstəf(ə)l/

Definition of autoritario in Spanish


  • 1

    (manner/gesture) autoritario
    (manner/gesture) imperioso
    • This was Ireland in dominant mode, masterful and confident in their control as they turned on the style.
    • She's very masterful, very domineering and would look great in leather.
    • Very few teachers can feel masterful in such a classroom setting.
    • Many have called Sonia's action, a masterful strategy, and even if this were to be true, it does not matter.
    • He said a lot of other things that suggested what a masterful politician Bill can be.
  • 2

    (chords/voice) potente
    • I loved the first one for its sophisticated camerawork, intricate plot and masterful performances.
    • But it wasn't just the kids who loved his masterful two-hour solo performance.
    • It's a masterful performance that is easily among his most bare and honest.
    • It is a masterful performance spoken in a second language which has clearly improved over the years.
    • Carroll's performance is masterful and has been deservedly acclaimed by local critics.
    • It was a great, masterful performance and was all about the sweet science of boxing.
    • The effort stands as an excellent example of the masterful execution of a joint special operation.
    • In other words, we know nothing about our deft and masterful artist except for his name.
    • Technically, it is quite masterful, but is at times distracting in its cleverness.
    • This was a masterful combination of flavours and textures - and excellent value too.
    • If I were able to play any instrument with masterful skill and grace it would be the cello.
    • She has a masterful command of the language and a manner of speaking that is precise and confident.
    • There are no shortcuts to masterful results; the students must control their efforts.
    • It shows someone who had a masterful command of language that gave the facility to speak and write eloquently.
    • With masterful technique and an unhinged mad scene, she commanded the first act.
    • On one level it was masterful, but it was also riddled with amazing leaps of logic and agonizing moments of drama.
    • Still, the masterful tone and astonishingly sophisticated writing in this novel redeem a lot of the awkwardness.
    • Her masterful brush strokes and use of colour fired up many critics and curators and received immediate recognition.
    • It is unquestionably masterful in its mellow execution, but ultimately it's background music for designer shopping.
    • If India's batting was masterful, their bowling in truly testing conditions was even more creditable.