Definition of magistral in English:

magistral

adjective

archaic
  • Relating to a master or masters.

    • ‘Thomas and Bonaventure at last were admitted to full magistral privileges August 12, 1257 with the bishop and most of the secular masters conspicuously absent.’
    • ‘When he resigned as Grand Master in favour of Salviati he kept some of the magistral privileges, and when François died he reassumed the Grand Magistracy.’

Origin

Late 16th century: from French, or from Latin magistralis, from magister ‘master’.

Pronunciation

magistral

/ˈmædʒəstrəl//ˈmajəstrəl/