Max, 1882–1970, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1954.
the past participle (in most passive uses) of bear1 (sense 4)
was not born yesterday, is not gullible or foolish
possessing or appearing to have possessed certain qualities from birth: a born musician
being at birth in a particular social status or other condition as specified: ignobly born
(in combination): lowborn
(informal) in all one’s born days, so far in one’s life
Max. 1882–1970, British nuclear physicist, born in Germany, noted for his fundamental contribution to quantum mechanics: Nobel prize for physics 1954
born and bred
born under a lucky star
born with a silver spoon
born-again christian Note: In nonreligious contexts, someone who is “born again” has a new enthusiasm for doing something.
noun (in South Africa) a person who was born or grew up after the end of the Apartheid era (in Zimbabwe) a person who was born or grew up after the end of White minority rule
noun (vet science) a viral disease of mammals, especially horses, caused by a member of the Flaviviridae and characterized by the development of encephalitis
a past participle of bear1 . a circular sofa having a conical or cylindrical back piece at the center. to hold up; support: to bear the weight of the roof. to hold or remain firm under (a load): The roof will not bear the strain of his weight. to bring forth (young); give birth to: […]