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Translation of "quarter" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

quarter

noun (FOURTH PART) 四分之一     /ˈkwɔː.tər/ US  /ˈkwɑː.t̬ɚ/
[C] one of four equal or almost equal parts of something; ¼ ¼;四分之一 He cut the orange into quarters. 他把橙子切成了4块。 Under a quarter of people questioned said that they were happily married. 不到1/4的受访者称他们的婚姻很幸福。 My house is situated a mile and three-quarters from here. 我的房子距此1.75英里。 Fractions a quarter of an hour 15 minutes 一刻钟 I waited a quarter of an hour and then went home. 我等了一刻钟然后就回家了。 I was there three-quarters of an hour. 我在那里呆了3刻钟。 an hour and three-quarters 1小时45分钟 Specific periods of time a quarter to two/three/four etc. ( also US a quarter of two/three/four, etc.) 15 minutes before two/three/four, 差一刻两点/三点/四点等 It was a quarter to six when I left. 我离开时差一刻到六点。 Days and times of day a quarter past two/three/four etc. ( also US a quarter after two/three/four, etc.) 15 minutes after two/three/four, 两点/三点/四点等过一刻 I'll meet you at a quarter past five. 我们五点一刻见。 Days and times of day [C] one of four periods of time into which a year is divided for financial calculations, such as for profits or taxes 季度 There was a fall in unemployment in the second quarter of the year. 今年第二季度的失业率有所下降。 I get an electricity bill every quarter. 我每个季度收到一份电费账单。 Specific periods of time [C] one of four periods in a game of American football and other ball sports (橄榄球赛或其他球赛的)一节,一局 American footballGeneral terms used in ball sportsParts and stages of competitions
(Definition of quarter noun (FOURTH PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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