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「主人」(しゅじん)[shu-jin] is a Master, someone who possesses command. Alternatively, 「達人」(たつじん)[ta-tsu-jin] is also a Master, from words similar to 「達成する」(たっせいする) [tassei-suru] "to acheieve." In this sense, the one who has "achieved it all" is the master with 「達人」(たつじん) or a "boss owner" of whatever it is, just as valid a word for master, 「主人」(しゅじん) [kanji: chief/main/principal/primary + person]

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