American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Berliner, Emile 1851-1929. German-born American inventor who greatly improved the telephone and invented the gramophone (1887).
- n. an inhabitant of Berlin
- German Berlin (Wiktionary)
“It is true that the German word Berliner can denote either a person who is a citizen of Berlin, or a particular kind of jelly-filled pastry.”
“Cette formule rappelle le fameux « Ich ben ein Berliner » clamé par J.F.K. lors de sa visite à Berlin-Ouest en juin 1963.”
“This formula reminds the famous « Ich ben ein Berliner » stated by JFK when he visited Berlin in June 1963.”
“In October 1989, Alex Kerner, a young East Berliner, is marching in a protest.”
“Uri Berliner is the national desk editor at NPR, and he was with us in our Washington, D.C. studio.”
“A native German speaker would have said “Ich bin Berliner”.”
“I certainly hope that Obama at least says “Ich bin Berliner”.”
“You never said exactly what Berliner is famous for.”
“There's a good Belgian film titled "Ma Vie en Rose" directed by Alain Berliner (1997) that's about a young boy who feels like a girl.”
“Ich werde ein Berliner - How to blend in wiz ze Germans”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Berliner’.
a luxury of liners
For stuff to simply reside.
What makes a donut? Deep-fried, sweetish dough. Hole not required.
Looking for tweets for Berliner.