Definition of mastership in English:

mastership

noun

See master

  • ‘Yet some workers still managed to rise out of the ranks of apprentices and journeymen and acquire masterships themselves.’
  • ‘Much was made of such inequities when guilds had become a thing of the past; but mastership was not an automatic passport to commercial success, and in most guilds access to it does not appear to have been seriously restricted.’
  • ‘In my personal view he has an extraordinary talent - a combination of artistic expression and technical mastership.’
  • ‘The artist's success was at least to a part a result of a superior mastership of the technical process of printmaking.’
  • ‘A crowd quickly gathers around him and congratulates him on his mastership of water.’

Pronunciation

mastership

/ˈmɑːstəʃɪp/