Einstein

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English

Etymology

From [[Einstein#|Einstein]].

Pronunciation

  • /ˈaɪnstaɪn/

Proper noun

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  1. Albert Einstein, the world-famous 20th Century theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity.
    • 1919 November 10, “LIGHTS ALL ASKEW IN THE HEAVENS”, New York Times
      Men of Science More or Less Agog Over Results of Eclipse Observations.
      EINSTEIN THEORY TRIUMPHS
      Stars Not Where They Seemed or Were Calculated to be, but Nobody Need Worry.
      A BOOK FOR 12 WISE MEN
      No More in All the World Could Comprehend it, Said Einstein When His Daring Publishers Accepted it.
    • 1977, James Taylor, “Secret O’ Life”, JT, Columbia Records
      Einstein said he could never understand it all / Planets spinning through space
    • 1993, Steve Martin, Picasso at the Lapin Agile
      Gaston: Picasso, Einstein, Schmendiman. Somehow it doesn't have a ring.
    • 2000 January 22, Carl Kasell (announcer), “Listener Limerick Challenge”, Wait, Wait...Don’t Tell Me!, National Public Radio
      If Einstein, my dear / Were a toll booth cashier / I imagine he too would be [bored]
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Derived terms

Translations

Noun

Einstein (plural [[Einsteins#|Einsteins]])
  1. An extremely clever or intelligent person.
    Can you believe he's just a kindergartener? It looks like they've got an Einstein in the family.

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German

Pronunciation

Proper noun

Einstein

  1. Template:Surname, notably of Albert Einstein.

Noun

Einstein

  1. an extremely intelligent person

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Portuguese

Pronunciation

  • (Brazil) /ˈaj̃s.taj̃/

Proper noun

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  1. [[Einstein#|Einstein]] Template:Gloss

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