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    master's degree

    Hi everyone!
    I've lost my sleep about the use of the apostrophe in the plural form of "master's".
    can you help me with that?
    thanks!!
    chiara


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    Re: master's degree

    The plural of master is masters, so the apostrophe follows the s.

    However, is your question relating to the phrase master's degree? If so, can you expand context?

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