Examples of maestro in a Sentence
a maestro of the violin
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The first day features sets by ace local rapper Malci and psychedelic Afro-Latin band Dos Santos, among others, and the second day's 11 acts include postpunk sparkplugs Ovef Ow and mashup maestros the Hood Internet.
Premier League pundit Gary Neville appears to have warned Liverpool and any other potential suitor off signing Stoke and Switzerland maestro Xherdan Shaqiri this summer after branding the stocky genius 'unprofessional' and 'lazy'.
From horror maestro Jason Blum comes this new, 12-episode anthology series on Hulu.
Case in point: Matthias Pintscher, this week's guest maestro.
USA TODAY Sports MOSCOW — Lionel Messi is on the very brink of elimination with Argentina at this World Cup, and the modern maestro is in severe danger of suffering yet another disappointment at soccer's biggest tournament.
Scoring 43 goals and chipping in a whopping 14 assists, there's a reason why the Egyptian maestro is being considered as a real contender for the Ballon d'Or this year.
Enter Brad Bird, the maestro behind two of Pixar’s greatest successes (The Incredibles and Ratatouille) and the most death-defying of the Mission: Impossible movies (Ghost Protocol).
With its midfield maestro healthy and in form, Denmark believes anything is possible.
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MAESTRO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maestro for English Language Learners
: a man who is an expert at writing, conducting, or teaching music
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