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proper noun (plural Einsteins)
  1. w:Albert Einstein, Albert Einstein, the world-famous 20th Century theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity.
    • 1919 November 10, "LIGHTS ALL ASKEW IN THE HEAVENS", New York Times
    • :Men of Science More or Less Agog Over Results of Eclipse Observations.
    • :EINSTEIN THEORY TRIUMPHS
    • :Stars Not Where They Seemed or Were Calculated to be, but Nobody Need Worry.
    • :A BOOK FOR 12 WISE MEN
    • :No More in All the World Could Comprehend it, Said When His Daring Publishers Accepted it.
    • 1977, James Taylor, "Secret O" Life", JT, Columbia Records
    • : said he could never understand it all / Planets spinning through space
    • 1993, Steve Martin, Picasso at the Lapin Agile
    • :Gaston: Picasso, , Schmendiman. Somehow it doesn't have a ring.
      1. A person who is considered to be very intelligent.
      Can you believe he's just a kindergartener? It looks like they've got an in the family.

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  1. (photochemistry) One mole of photons, regardless of frequency, as used to measure irradiance.
Etymology: Named in honor of w:Albert Einstein, Albert Einstein, who explained the w:photoelectric effect, photoelectric effect.


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