American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern California at the foot of the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles. First explored in 1772, it was the site of a mission (established 1810) and a city founded by Mormons (1850s). It is a trade and processing center. Population: 199,000.
- n. a city in southern California to the east of Los Angeles
“This prefecture in the canton of Grisons, Switzerland, comprises the valley of the Moesa which starts at the pass of San Bernardino and flows into the Ticino, and also the valley of Calanca, through which the Calasanca flows.”
“San Bernardino range, together with Santa Catalina island.”
“TO CONDUCTORS, Los Angeles to Santa Ana, San Bernardino via Orange, San Bernardino to Redlands, and Redlands to Los Angeles:”
“The police radio belched out a litany of disaster: fatal crackups on the Hollywood and San Bernardino freeways; a disabled truck obstructing the Cahuenga Pass; killer surf jeopardizing what remained of the Santa Monica Pier.”
“A San Bernardino hot-rodder with a juju bag tied under his throat and a scalp lock to his rifle.”
“+ (e) Serrano: in San Bernardino mountains and valley on Mohave River and northwards to Tejon and Paso Creeks of San Joaquin Valley; the”
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