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fourthadjective, adverb, noun [C]

us   /fɔrθ, foʊrθ/
(in the position of) the number 4 in a series; 4th: Mark finished fourth in the race. [C] My birthday is on the fourth of December.
A fourth is one of four equal parts of something.
(Definition of fourth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"fourth" in Business English

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fourthadjective [before noun]

uk   /fɔːθ/ us  
relating to the last three-month period of a company's financial year: Manufacturing output fell 0.2% in the fourth quarter. the company's fourth-period vehicle production plans
(Definition of fourth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fourth”
in Arabic الرّابِع…
in Korean 4번째, 네번째…
in Portuguese quarto…
in Catalan quart…
in Japanese (4thの文字表記)4番目の, 第4の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 第四(的), ¼四分之一…
in Turkish dördüncü…
in Russian четвертый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第四(的), ¼四分之一…
in Italian quarto…
in Polish czwarty…
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“fourth” in British English

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