(Burr-nank-ee, Burr-nank-ee-in)
adjective, verb, Bernanke, Bernankein’

1) Bookworming when decisive action is needed.

2) Not in touch with current realities.

3) An incompetent person, given an important task.
1.
You: I’ll go to the library and see if I can find a book on “how to put out a fire” then I’ll come back and try to put out the house fire.
Me: Yeah, go Bernanke it.

2.
You: And that’s the way it is.
Me: You be Bernanke.

2 and 3.
You: I’m on top of that situation.
Me: Don’t be Bernankein’.
3.
You: I’ll let him take charge of that.
Me: Don’t let Bernanke touch nothin’.
Por Bee to da' A 10 de marzo de 2008
1) The reciprocal of a google. 10^-100. The smallest named number.
2) a very small number.
The federal funds rate was lowered to a bernanke.
Por b_physics_guy 15 de julio de 2009

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