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fourth

ordinal number uk   /fɔːθ/  us   /fɔːrθ/
A2 4th written as a word: My birthday is on the fourth (of December). Daniel was/came fourth in the race.

fourth

noun [C]
mainly US a quarter noun : Three fourths of his students, or 75 percent, come from the local area.
Translations of “fourth”
in Korean 4번째, 네번째…
in Arabic الرّابِع…
in Portuguese quarto…
in Catalan quart…
in Japanese (4thの文字表記)4番目の, 第4の…
in Italian quarto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第四(的), ¼四分之一…
in Russian четвертый…
in Turkish dördüncü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 第四(的), ¼四分之一…
in Polish czwarty…
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