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Wien

[ veen ]

noun

  1. Wil·helm [vil, -helm], 1864–1928, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1911.
  2. German name of Vienna.


Wien

1

/ viːn /

noun

  1. WienWilhelm18641928MGermanSCIENCE: physicist Wilhelm (ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1864–1928, German physicist, who studied black-body radiation: Nobel prize for physics 1911


Wien

2

/ viːn /

noun

  1. See Vienna
    the German name for Vienna

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Example Sentences

Clement (Director of the orchestra an-der-Wien) is an admirable concert player; Schuppanzigh performs quartets very agreeably.

Theater-an-der-Wien, commissioned Ludwig van Beethoven, then in the full strength of youth, to write an opera for that playhouse.

Schindler: You will not have to pay the forces at the Theater-an-der-Wien at all—so that may be deducted.

You need not take all at the Theater-an-der-Wien—none at all if you do not need them,—that is the arrangement with Palfy.

My brother Ferdinand whose engagement at the Theatre an der Wien was to last for another year, remained alone behind.

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