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magistral

adjective ma·gis·tral \ˈma-jə-strəl, mə-ˈjis-trəl\

Definition of MAGISTRAL

:  magisterial 1a
ma·gis·tral·ly \-ē\ adverb

Origin of MAGISTRAL

Late Latin magistralis, from Latin magistr-, magister
First Known Use: 1605

magistral

adjective ma·gis·tral \ˈmaj-ə-strəl, mə-ˈjis-trəl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MAGISTRAL

:  concocted or prescribed by a physician to meet the needs of a particular case—compare officinal

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