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[fawr, fohr]
a cardinal number, three plus one.
a symbol of this number, 4 or IV or IIII.
a set of this many persons or things.
a playing card, die face, or half of a domino face with four pips.
Jazz. alternate four-bar passages, as played in sequence by different soloists: with guitar and piano trading fours.
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Four definition, a cardinal number, three plus one. See more.

Four | Definition of Four by Merriam-Webster


Define four: the number 4 — four in a sentence. ... 2 : the fourth in a set or series < the four of hearts> .... Will 'Kompromat' Make It into the Dictionary?

four - definition of four in English | Oxford Dictionaries


DICTIONARY · THESAURUS · GRAMMAR · GRAMMAR A-Z · SPELLING ... ' Francesca's got four brothers'. 'it took four of them to lift it'. 'a four-bedroom house'.

four Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary


four meaning, definition, what is four: the number 4: . Learn more.

Four - definition of four by The Free Dictionary


Something having four parts, units, or members, such as a musical quartet or a four-cylinder engine. Idiom: all fours. All four limbs of an animal or person: a baby  ...

Urban Dictionary: four


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Urban Dictionary: four by four

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A race, where multiple teams of four people compete to see which team can finish the following things in the least amount of time: a 30 of beer, a ...

Urban Dictionary: Four Fours

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Top Definition. Four Fours. Generally refers to 1984 model spoke wheels wrapped with Vogue brand tires. "Tippin' on fo'-fo's (four fours)" from Mike Jones' Still ...