Apple

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See also: apple and äpple

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Apple

  1. (with the) A nickname for New York City, usually “the Big Apple”.
  2. A multimedia corporation (Apple Corps) and record company (Apple Records) founded by the Beatles.
  3. The company Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, that produces computers and other digital devices.
  4. A computer produced by the company Apple Inc.
    • 1984, Douglas Adams, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
      Arthur bought the Apple anyway. Over a few days he also acquired some astronomical software, plotted the movements of stars, drew rough little diagrams of how he seemed to remember the stars to have been []
  5. (rare) A female given name.

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English Apple

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Apple m

  1. Apple (name of the company Apple Inc.)
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