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Definition of "berliner" []

  • A native or inhabitant of Berlin (noun)
  • A newspaper having a format between that of a broadsheet and a tabloid, approximately 18.5 inches by 12.4 inches (47 x 31.5 centimetres) (noun)

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Use "berliner" in a sentence
  • "Krapfen has its origins in Austria "berliner" in Germany, it is a typical Carnival doughnut with a ball shape, fried in deeph oil, powdered with sugar and filled with jam, cream or vanilla custard."
  • "SORENSEN: Apparently, I didn't know all I should have known about it, because some people say that a "berliner" is a jelly doughnut."
  • "Ich bin eine berliner, I bawl back, replete with JFK's grammatical error that turns me into a doughnut instead of a resident of the Prussian capital."
  • "Krapfen has its origins in Austria "berliner" in Germany, it is a typical Carnival doughnut with a ball shape, fried in deeph oil, powdered with sugar and filled with jam, cream or vanilla custard."
  • "Wait wait... can we have ANOTHER comment explaining the JFK berliner/ein berliner faux pas, please?"
  • "The first thing I did when I was in Germany last week was consume a berliner."
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