Definition of magistral in English:

magistral

Pronunciation /ˈmadʒɪstr(ə)l/ /məˈdʒɪstr(ə)l/

adjective

archaic
  • Relating to a master or masters.

    ‘When he resigned as Grand Master in favour of Salviati he kept some of the magistral privileges, and when François died he reassumed the Grand Magistracy.’
    ‘Thomas and Bonaventure at last were admitted to full magistral privileges August 12, 1257 with the bishop and most of the secular masters conspicuously absent.’

Origin

Late 16th century from French, or from Latin magistralis, from magister ‘master’.

Pronunciation

magistral

/ˈmadʒɪstr(ə)l/ /məˈdʒɪstr(ə)l/