[groh-pee-uh s; German groh-pee-oo s] /ˈgroʊ pi əs; German ˈgroʊ piˌʊs/
[wawl-ter;; German vahl-tuh r] /ˈwɔl tər;; German ˈvɑl tər/ (Show IPA), 1883–1969, German architect, in the U.S. from 1937.
Walter. 1883–1969, US architect, designer, and teacher, born in Germany. He founded (1919) and directed (1919–28) the Bauhaus in Germany. His influence stemmed from his adaptation of architecture to modern social needs and his pioneering use of industrial materials, such as concrete and steel. His buildings include the Fagus factory at Alfeld (1911) and the Bauhaus at Dessau (1926)
[gris-uh l] /ˈgrɪs əl/ noun 1. cartilage, especially in meats. /ˈɡrɪsəl/ noun 1. cartilage, esp when in meat n. Old English gristle “cartilage,” related to grost “gristle,” from a common West Germanic word (cf. Old Frisian and Middle Low German gristel, Old High German crostila, Middle High German gruschel) of obscure origin.
[grist] /grɪst/ noun 1. grain to be ground. 2. ground grain; meal produced from grinding. 3. a quantity of grain for grinding at one time; the amount of meal from one grinding. 4. Older Use. a quantity or lot. verb (used with object) 5. to grind (grain). Idioms 6. grist for / to one’s mill, […]
[grohs] /groʊs/ adjective, grosser, grossest. 1. without deductions; total, as the amount of sales, salary, profit, etc., before taking deductions for expenses, taxes, or the like (opposed to 2. ): gross earnings; gross sales. 2. unqualified; complete; rank: a gross scoundrel. 3. flagrant and extreme: gross injustice. 4. indelicate, indecent, obscene, or vulgar: gross remarks. […]
noun 1. gross national product excluding payments on foreign investments. Abbreviation: GDP. noun 1. the total value of all goods and services produced domestically by a nation during a year. It is equivalent to gross national product minus net investment incomes from foreign nations GDP gross domestic product (GDP) The monetary value of all of […]