master

(redirected from mastermind)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Mas·ter

(mas'tĕr),
Arthur M., U.S. physician, 1895-1973. See: Master test, Master two-step exercise test.

master

(mas′tĕr)
In robotic surgery, a device driven by the hand movements of the surgeon or interventionist. The movements of the master are mimicked, reduced, or refined by the surgical instrument (the "slave") in the operative field.

master

superior, overseer.

master problem list
see problem-oriented medical record.
References in periodicals archive ?
Share your idea about the mastermind and see who's interested.
Back in the day specialist subjects on Mastermind had to be really brainy: the Life and Times of some 17th Century Dutch politician maybe, or the entire history of the Napoleonic Wars.
The case will be reopened if the mastermind in the killing of the late Senator Aquino is identified," said Remonde.
Derbyshire told listeners last week she had turned down the chance to appear on Celebrity Mastermind because she was not confident, despite a "crib sheet" offer.
Contestants on Celebrity Mastermind who need help can be offered reading lists on their chosen subject but nothing that is specific to the questions being asked.
He added: "We ensure the questions asked on Celebrity Mastermind are interesting for the viewers as well as challenging for the celebrity contestant.
Then they'll go head to head in the live Midlands Mastermind Final at the Pallasades.
UNFLAPPABLE: Roisin Corbett prepares for her appearance on Junior Mastermind.
She saves the man who could bring down the veteran CIA mastermind who plots to rebuild the CIA as it once was.
Profit from the Power of Many: How to Use Mastermind Teams to Create Success, recently published by Natalie D.
None of which was out of the ordinary, except for this: Mylroie became enamored of her theory that Saddam was the mastermind of a vast anti-U.
Ramzi Yousef (bottom left), the convicted mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, is one of the primary linchpins connecting the WTC, OKC, and 9-11 attacks.