Adjective "hamburgs" definition and examples

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Pronunciation

/ˈhambəːɡ/

Definitions and examples

proper noun

A port in northern Germany, on the River Elbe; population 1,754,200 (est. 2006). Founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century, it is now the largest port in Germany, with extensive shipyards.

    noun

    1. 'As he waited for the G4 to boot up the program, he got on the phone and ordered a thermos of coffee and a Hamburg steak for dinner from room service.'
    A black variety of grape of German origin, specially adapted to hothouse cultivation.
    1. 'The parentage of 'Muscat Hamburg' is not well known.'

    More definitions

    1. a state in N Germany. 288 sq. mi. (746 sq. km).

    2. a city in and the capital of this state, on the Elbe River: the largest seaport in continental Europe.

    3. a town in W New York. hamburger [ham-bur-ger] /ˈhæmˌbɜr gər/ Spell Syllables noun

    1. a sandwich consisting of a cooked patty of ground or chopped beef, usually in a roll or bun, variously garnished.

    2. ground or chopped beef.

    3. Also called Hamburg steak. a patty of ground or chopped beef, seasoned an

    More examples(as adjective)

    "whites can be hamburgs."

    Origin

    (Hamburg)From Hamburg.