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fourth US English

Constituting number four in a sequence; 4th

fourth-rate US English

Of extremely poor quality

fourth wall US English

The space that separates a performer or performance from an audience

fourth-class US English

A class of US mail applying to packages weighing more than sixteen ounces and used especially for sending general merchandise, books, recordings, and films

fourth estate US English

The press; the profession of journalism

Fourth World US English

Those countries and communities considered to be the poorest and most underdeveloped of the Third World

fourth official US English

An official who assists the referee before, during, and after a match

fourth position US English

A posture in which the feet are placed turned outward one in front of the other, separated by the distance of one step

Fourth Republic US English

The republican regime in France between the end of World War II (1945) and the introduction of a new constitution by Charles de Gaulle in 1958

fourth dimension US English

A postulated spatial dimension additional to those determining length, area, and volume

fourth generation US English

A recognized fourth stage of development of computers and other manufactured products; frequently attributive.

Fourth of July US English

A national holiday celebrating the anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776

Fourth International US English

See international2noun2noun2noun.

sixty-fourth note US English

A note with the time value of half a thirty-second note, represented by a large dot with a four-flagged stem

fourth moment in moment US English

A quantity that expresses the average or expected value of the first, second, third, or fourth power of the deviation of each component of a frequency distribution from some given value, typically mean or zero. The first moment is the mean, the second moment the variance, the third moment the skew, and the fourth moment the kurtosis