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Spanish translation of “four”

four

noun /foː/
the number or figure 4.
cuatro
the age of 4.
cuatro años
four- having four (of something)
de cuatro
a four-man team.
fourth noun one of four equal parts.
cuarto
(also adjective ) the last of four (people, things etc); the next after the third.
cuarto
foursome noun a group of four people, especially for playing games, eg golf
grupo de cuatro
We’ll play in a foursome.
four-letter word noun one of the short words that are considered very offensive, especially those relating to sex and body waste
palabrota, taco, grosería
Viewers complained about the amount of four-letter words used in the show.
four-year-old noun a person or animal that is four years old.
(persona) de cuatro años
on all fours on hands and knees
a gatas, a cuatro patas
Her baby son was crawling about on all fours.
(Definition of four from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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