Definition of Asimov, Isaac in English:

Asimov, Isaac

Pronunciation /ˈazəˌmôv//-ˌmôf/

proper noun

  • (1920–92), US writer and scientist; born in Russia; particularly known for his works of science fiction, his books on science for nonscientists, and his essays on a wide variety of subjects. Building on Karel Čapek's concept of the robot, in 1941, Asimov coined the term robotics. Notable science fiction works: "I, Robot" (1950) and "Foundation" (trilogy, 1951–53)


Asimov, Isaac