from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Berliner, Emile 1851-1929. German-born American inventor who greatly improved the telephone and invented the gramophone (1887).
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- n. A native or inhabitant of Berlin
- n. A doughnut with a sweet filling
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an inhabitant of Berlin
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
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