Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the act of making a master recording from which copies can be made
    "he received a bill for mastering the concert and making 100 copies"


    Zelfstandig naamwoord
      • becoming proficient in the use of something; having mastery of
      "his mastering the art of cooking took a long time"




      1. Mastering English is difficult.
      2. She is intent on mastering French.
      3. Mastering a foreign language calls for patience.
      4. Mastering a foreign language involves a lot of patience.
      5. Mastering a foreign language requires a lot of hard work.
      6. Mastering facts patiently is far more necessary for them than learning expressive and critical skills.
      7. The ERA will be responsible for mastering the change management process, including the delivery of the specifications, its quality assurance and configuration management.
      8. ICT is the leading factor in boosting innovation and creativity and in mastering change in value chains across industry and service sectors.
      9. Feed business operators must ensure that the different stages of production are carried out according to pre-established written procedures and instructions aimed at defining, checking and mastering the critical points in the manufacturing process.
      10. Driven by the demand of more-for-less, ICT researchers are involved in a global race focussing on miniaturisation, mastering the convergence of computing, communications and media technologies, including further interoperability between systems and the convergence with other relevant sciences and disciplines, and building systems that are able to learn and evolve.
      11. Software, grids, security and dependability: technologies, tools and methods for dynamic and trusted software, architectures and middleware systems that underpin knowledge-intensive services, including their provision as utilities; service-oriented, interoperable and scale-free infrastructures, grid-like virtualisation of resources, including domain-specific platforms, network-centric operating systems; open source software; open standards platforms and collaborative approaches for development and validation of software, services and systems; composition tools including programming languages; mastering emergent behaviours of complex systems; improving dependability and resilience of large-scale, distributed and intermittently connected systems and services; secure and trusted systems and services, including privacy-aware access control and authentication, dynamic security and trust policies, dependability and trust meta-models.