Main meanings of Hamburg in English

: Hamburg1Hamburg2

Hamburg1

Pronunciation /ˈhambəːɡ/ /ˈhambʊrk/

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proper noun

  • A port in northern Germany, on the River Elbe; population 1,754,200 (est. 2006). Founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century, it is now the largest port in Germany, with extensive shipyards.

Main meanings of Hamburg in English

: Hamburg1Hamburg2

Hamburg2

Pronunciation /ˈhambəːɡ/

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noun

  • 1

    (also Hamburg steak)
    North American
    another term for hamburger

    ‘As he waited for the G4 to boot up the program, he got on the phone and ordered a thermos of coffee and a Hamburg steak for dinner from room service.’
    another term for hamburger
    • ‘They will never eat a hamburg in blissful ignorance of where it came from or be able to tolerate the intentional abuse of any animal.’
  • 2

    (also Black, Muscat Hamburg)
    A black variety of grape of German origin, specially adapted to hothouse cultivation.

    ‘The parentage of 'Muscat Hamburg' is not well known.’
    • ‘The Black Hamburg was fully equal to any specimens of that variety grown under glass at home.’

Origin

From Hamburg.