Definition of Dobermann in English:

Dobermann

Line breaks: Dobermann
Pronunciation: /ˈdəʊbəmən
 
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(also Dobermann pinscher /ˈpɪnʃə/, chiefly North American also Doberman)

noun

A large dog of a German breed with powerful jaws and a smooth coat, typically black with tan markings.
More example sentences
  • She walked past cages holding dignified German shepherds, alert Dobermans, sleek Labradors and beautiful Golden Retrievers.
  • The dog was one of strange markings, he had brown and black markings like a Doberman, but a white stomach and his muzzle and his neck had a golden color.
  • Canine guards like Dobermans and German Shepherds too may have to give up their role as protectors and just remain our pets.

Origin

early 20th century: from the name of Ludwig Dobermann, 19th-century German dog breeder + German Pinscher 'terrier'.

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