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Visa vs. Maestro

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Visanoun

A permit to enter and leave a country, normally issued by the authorities of the country to be visited.

‘I came on a six-month tourist visa.’;

Maestronoun

A master in some art, especially a composer or conductor.

Visaverb

To endorse (a passport, etc.).

Maestronoun

(slang) A gang elder in prison.

Visanoun

See Vis.

Maestronoun

A master in any art, especially in music; a composer or orchestra conductor.

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Visaverb

To indorse, after examination, with the word visé, as a passport; to visé.

Maestronoun

an artist of consummate skill;

‘a master of the violin’; ‘one of the old masters’;

Visanoun

an endorsement made in a passport that allows the bearer to enter the country issuing it

Maestro

Maestro (; from the Italian maestro [maˈestro; maˈɛstro], meaning or ) is an honorific title of respect (plural: maestri, feminine: maestra). The term is most commonly used in the context of Western classical music and opera, in line with the ubiquitous use of Italian musical terms.

‘master’; ‘teacher’;

Visaverb

provide (a passport) with a visa

Visaverb

approve officially;

‘The list of speakers must be visaed’;

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