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.
    • 2016 March 13, John Oliver, “Encryption”, in Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, season 3, episode 5, HBO:
      Listen, Apple’s not perfect. You need proof? We made the Newton. We made that one Mac that looks like a toaster. We actually thought the Apple Watch was cool.
      Wait, this isn’t cool?
      Oh, fuck no.
      Shit!
      We put a YouTube album on your phones. You know, the one you’ve been struggling to delete. That thing keeps coming back, huh? And we can’t even make out battery last more than, like, a day!
  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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Apple m

  1. Apple (name of the company Apple Inc.)
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  • Apple in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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Apple

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