[oz-bern] /ˈɒz bərn/
[fair-feeld] /ˈfɛərˌfild/ (Show IPA), 1857–1935, U.S. paleontologist and author.
a male given name.
[oz-bern, ‐bawrn, ‐bohrn] /ˈɒz bərn, ‐bɔrn, ‐boʊrn/ noun 1. John (James) 1929–94, English playwright. 2. Thomas Mott, 1859–1926, U.S. prison reformer. /ˈɒzbən; -ˌbɔːn/ noun 1. John (James). 1929–94, British dramatist. His plays include Look Back in Anger (1956), containing the prototype of the angry young man, Jimmy Porter, The Entertainer (1957), and Inadmissible Evidence (1964)
- Osborne 1
computer A portable computer that weighed 11 kg and cost $1795, produced by Osborne Computer Corporation in 1981. The Osborne 1 came with a five-inch screen, modem port, two 5 1/4 floppy drives and a battery pack. It came with the CP/M operating system, SuperCalc spreadsheet application, WordStar, word processing application, Microsoft MBASIC programming language […]
- Osborne computer corporation
company The unsucessful computer manufacturer founded by Adam Osborne that produced one of the first laptop computers, the Osborne 1. (2007-05-21)
- Osborne house
/ˈɒzˌbɔːn/ noun 1. a house near Cowes on the Isle of Wight: the favourite residence of Queen Victoria, who died there; now a convalescent home