Definition of Delbruck
1. Noun. United States biologist (born in Germany) who studied how viruses infect living cells (1906-1981).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Delbruck
Literary usage of Delbruck
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Germany in Relation to the Great War by William Wallace Whitelock (1916)
"CHAPTER V THE GERMAN MILITARY SYSTEM COMPARED WITH THE FRENCH, ENGLISH, AND RUSSIAN SYSTEMS PROFESSOR HANS Delbruck, OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN THE ..."
2. The Genitive Case in Anglo-Saxon Poetry by George Shipley (1903)
"try (Class ii;—Delbruck, p. 314; Baldes, pp. 10,46; Schrader, pp. ... The limits of each case cannot be satisfactorily defined;—Delbruck, pp. ..."
3. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1848)
"(Delbruck.) — Para- cyanogen mixed with chlorate of potash detonates by heat, ... (Delbruck.) — Respecting Brown's alleged conversion of ..."
4. The Infinitive in Anglo-Saxon by Morgan Callaway (1913)
"These cases, as we learn from Professor Delbruck * and from Professor Brug- mann,4 in ... Delbruck,' I. c.. II, p. 451. > Delbruck,' II, pp. 461, 453, 475. ..."