Definition of Delbruck

1. Noun. United States biologist (born in Germany) who studied how viruses infect living cells (1906-1981).

Exact synonyms: Max Delbruck
Generic synonyms: Biologist, Life Scientist



Lexicographical Neighbors of Delbruck

Delafield's haematoxylin
Delairea
Delairea odorata
Delaney
Delaney clause
Delaware
Delaware Bay
Delaware Memorial Bridge
Delaware River
Delawarean
Delawareans
Delawares
Delawarian
Delbet
Delbet's sign
Delbruck (current term)
Delete
Deletes
Deleuzean
Deleuzian
Delft
Delftware
Delftwares
Delhi
Delhi belly
Delhi boil
Delhi sore
Delhian
Delhians
Delia

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. ..."

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