[hah-ber] /ˈhɑ bər/
Fritz, 1868–1934, German chemist: Nobel Prize 1918.
German chemist who received a 1918 Nobel Prize for developing a method of producing ammonia synthetically from nitrogen and hydrogen gases.
[hab-er-dash-er] /ˈhæb ərˌdæʃ ər/ noun 1. a retail dealer in men’s furnishings, as shirts, ties, gloves, socks, and hats. 2. Chiefly British. a dealer in small wares and notions. /ˈhæbəˌdæʃə/ noun 1. (Brit) a dealer in small articles for sewing, such as buttons, zips, and ribbons 2. (US) a men’s outfitter n. early 14c., “seller […]
[hab-er-dash-uh-ree] /ˈhæb ərˌdæʃ ə ri/ noun, plural haberdasheries. 1. a haberdasher’s shop. 2. the goods sold there. /ˈhæbəˌdæʃərɪ/ noun (pl) -eries 1. the goods or business kept by a haberdasher n. early 15c., Anglo-French, “goods sold by a haberdasher,” from haberdasher + -y (2). Meaning “a haberdasher’s shop” is recorded from 1813, with meaning shading […]
[haw-ber-juh n, hab-er, huh-bur-juh n] /ˈhɔ bər dʒən, ˈhæb ər, həˈbɜr dʒən/ noun, Armor. 1. a short, sleeveless coat of mail. 2. . /ˈhæbədʒən/ noun 1. a light sleeveless coat of mail worn in the 14th century under the plated hauberk /ˈhɔːbədʒən/ noun 1. a variant of habergeon an Old English word for breastplate. In […]
/ˈhɑːbərmas/ noun 1. Jürgen (ˈjyrɡən). born 1929, German social theorist: his chief works are Theory and Practice (1963) and Knowledge and Human Interests (1968)