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Multiple Meanings
muster — as in:  muster strength or the crew

She mustered the courage to introduce herself.
to gather

(see word notes for more detailed definitions based on context)
muster — as in:  didn’t pass muster

She didn’t pass muster.
inspection — especially of soldiers or a crew

More rarely, muster can refer to a counting or census. Much more rarely, muster can refer to a call to duty such as compulsory military service or jury duty. In that sense, you may see the expression muster in or muster out.
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