Definition of Krupp

1. Noun. German arms manufacturer and son of Friedrich Krupp; his firm provided ordnance for German armies from the 1840s through World War II (1812-1887).

Exact synonyms: Alfred Krupp
Generic synonyms: Arms Manufacturer



2. Noun. German industrialist who manufactured steel in Essen (1787-1826).
Exact synonyms: Friedrich Krupp
Generic synonyms: Industrialist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Krupp

Kronos
Kropotkin
Kroto
Krueger instrument stop
Kruegeresque
Kruger
Krugerrand
Krugerrands
Krukenberg's amputation
Krukenberg's spindle
Krukenberg's tumour
Krukenberg's veins
Krum
Krung Thep
Krungthep
Krupp
Krupp gun
Kruse's brush
Kruskal-Szekeres coordinates
Kruševo
Krypterophaneron
Krypto
Krystal
Krystin
Krystina
Krzysztof Kieslowski
Kshatriya
Ktiv Male
Ktulu
Ku

Literary usage of Krupp

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"The construction is otherwise very similar to that of the krupp gun shown in fig. ... The new Italian gun is a medium krupp. The Austrian gun is similar to ..."

2. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"Gard M 21:80-1 Mr '15 krupp guns. See Guns (ordnance) krupp von ... R of Rs 51:715 Je '15 krupp works krupp steel works. ..."

3. The New York Times Current History (1915)
"Several high officials have arrived at the krupp Works in an effort to straighten out matters and calm the workmen, the advices add, and Bertha krupp is ..."

4. Germany: Welding of a World Power by Wolf von Schierbrand (1902)
"krupp and Siemens & Halske, firms which have achieved a world-wide reputation ... krupp is now nearly a century in existence, having been founded in 1810 by ..."

5. Germany: The Welding of a World Power by Wolf von Schierbrand (1902)
"krupp and Siemens & Halske, firms which have achieved a world-wide reputation ... krupp is now nearly a century in existence, having been founded in 1810 by ..."

6. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1903)
"krupp, of Essen, has long been a household word throughout the world. ... But as inter arma silent leges, so the roar of the krupp cannon has drowned the ..."

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