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proper noun 
  1. (the Apple) A nickname for New York City (usually the Big Apple).
  2. (®) A multimedia corporation (w:Apple Corps, Apple Corps) and record company (w:Apple Records, Apple Records) founded by the w:Beatles, Beatles.
  3. (®) Name of the company, w:Apple Inc., Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computer), that produces computers and other digital devices.
  4. (®) A computer produced by the company Apple Inc.
  5. (rare) a female given name.

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noun 
  1. A common round fruit produced by the tree Malus domestica, cultivated in temperate climates.
  2. A tree growing such fruit, of the genus Malus; the apple tree.
  3. The wood of the apple tree.
  4. (context, in plural, Cockney rhyming slang) Short for apples and pears.
  5. (context, baseball, slang, obsolete) The ball in baseball.
Translations: 
  • Dutch: appel(nl)m
  • French: pommier(fr)m
  • German: Apfelholz
  • Italian: mela(it)f
  • Spanish: manzana(es)f
Etymology: íppel "fruit, apple" < (Ger.)
  • apala- <
  • abl-,
  • ablu-. Cognate with Scots aipple, Dutch appelDutch, appel, German Apfel, Swedish ípple; and (from IE) with Irish íll, Lithuanian obuolys, Russian Ñ, Serbian ÑÑ.



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