Al·fred [al-frid; German ahl-freyt], /ˈæl frɪd; German ˈɑl freɪt/, 1812–87, German industrialist and manufacturer of armaments.
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How to use Krupp in a sentence
“From my perspective, the most important thing survived, because the engine of this bill from the beginning has been tax credits,” Krupp said.New budget deal marks the biggest climate investment in U.S. history | Steven Mufson, Sarah Kaplan | October 29, 2021 | Washington Post
“I’m sure, absolutely sure, he’s thrilled to have the chance to work on one of the most important issues, perhaps the most important threat facing humanity of our times,” Krupp said.After half a century in public life, Kerry gets one more shot | Matt Viser, Brady Dennis | April 21, 2021 | Washington Post
To take on new Skoda or Krupp guns with these short-range veterans is rough on the gunners.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I | Ian Hamilton
It was admirably constructed, with an excellent road-bed, heavy rails and steel cross-ties made by Krupp.War in the Garden of Eden | Kermit Roosevelt
In case of a row, a paving-stone in trouser-pocket is worth a Krupp's Battery in the bush.
These works are the outgrowth of a small old forge, driven by water power, and established in 1810 by Frederick Krupp.The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
When asked to accept a title, he answered, "No, I want no title further than the name of Krupp."The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
British Dictionary definitions for Krupp
a German family of steel and armaments manufacturers, including Alfred, 1812–87, his son Friedrich Alfred, 1854–1902, and the latter's son-in-law, Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach, 1870–1950
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