*noun:*- The ordinal number matching the amount four in a string.

- The ordinal number matching the amount four in a set.
- among four equal parts.
- among four equal components.
- songs A tone four degrees above or below a given tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music A tone four levels above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music The interval between two such tones.
- musical The interval between two these types of tones.
- musical The harmonic combination of these tones.
- musical The harmonic mix of these tones.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- The transmission equipment or gear proportion accustomed create ahead rates next higher to those of third in an automobile.
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: decided to go to a parade in the Fourth.
- The transmission equipment or equipment proportion regularly produce ahead rates next higher to those of 3rd in an auto.
- The Fourth of July; Independence Day. Used with the: visited a parade on 4th.
- The person or part of the 4th position.
- anyone or thing in the 4th place.
- A quarter, certainly one of four equal areas of a whole.
- A quarter, one of four equal parts of a complete.
- The 4th gear of an engine.
- The fourth gear of an engine.
- A musical interval which spans four quantities of the diatonic scale, for example C to F (C D E F).
- A musical interval which spans four quantities of the diatonic scale, for instance C to F (C D E F).
- certainly one of four equal components into which one entire can be split; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- One of four equal components into what type whole might be divided; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- The interval of two tones and a semitone, embracing four diatonic levels of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- The interval of two tones and a semitone, embracing four diatonic degrees of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- One coming after that to be able following the third.
- One coming next so as following the 3rd.
- The quotient of unity divided by four; certainly one of four equal parts of anything; a-quarter: as, three fourths (¾) of an acre.
- In early English legislation, a fourth an element of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, approved or levied by way of income tax.
- The quotient of unity divided by four; one of four equal components of anything; a-quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- In early English law, a fourth an element of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, approved or levied by means of income tax.
- In songs A tone four diatonic levels overhead or below a tone.
- In music A tone four diatonic degrees overhead or below any given tone.
- The period between any tone and a tone four degrees distant as a result.
- The harmonic mix of two these types of shades.
- The interval between any tone and a tone four levels distant as a result.
- The harmonic mix of two such tones.
- In a scale, the 4th tone from base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F when you look at the scale of C, or D because of A.
- In a scale, the fourth tone from the bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F in the scale of C, or D for the reason that of A.
- the musical period between one note and another four records away from it
- the musical period between one note and another four records away from it
- after the third place; number four in a countable series
- certainly one of four equal parts
- after the 3rd position; number four in a countable show
- one of four equal components
- The ordinal number matching the amount four in a series.
- The ordinal quantity matching the quantity four in a series.
- One of four equal parts.
- One of four equal parts.
- Music A tone four levels above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music A tone four levels above or below a given tone in a diatonic scale.
- musical The interval between two such tones.
- musical The period between two these types of shades.
- Music The harmonic mixture of these shades.
- Music The harmonic combination of these shades.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or secret.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or secret.
- The transmission gear or gear proportion always create ahead speeds next higher to those of 3rd in an auto.
- The transmission equipment or equipment ratio familiar with create forward speeds next greater to those of 3rd in an auto.
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: went to a parade on the Fourth.
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: went to a parade on 4th.
- anyone or part of the fourth position.
- the individual or part of the fourth position.
- 25 %, among four equal parts of a whole.
- a-quarter, one of four equal components of a complete.
- The 4th gear of an engine.
- The fourth gear of an engine.
- A musical period which spans four levels of the diatonic scale, including C to F (C D E F).
- One of four equal parts into which whole is divided; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- The interval of two shades and a semitone, adopting four diatonic degrees of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- One coming next if you wish following the 3rd.
- The quotient of unity split by four; certainly one of four equal parts of anything; one fourth: as, three fourths (¾) of an acre.
- at the beginning of English legislation, a fourth an element of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, awarded or levied by way of income tax.
- In songs A tone four diatonic levels above or below a tone.
- The period between any tone and a tone four levels distant from it.
- The harmonic combination of two such tones.
- In a scale, the fourth tone from the bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F inside scale of C, or D because of A.
- the music interval between one note and another four records far from it
- The ordinal number matching the number four in a string.
- after the third place; number 4 in a countable series
- among four equal components.
- among four equal components
- Music A tone four degrees above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music The period between two such shades.
- A musical period which covers four levels of the diatonic scale, as an example C to F (C D E F).
- Music The harmonic mix of these tones.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- The transmission equipment or equipment ratio accustomed create forward speeds next greater to those of 3rd in an auto.
- among four equal parts into which one whole is split; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- The Fourth of July; Independence Day. Used with the: went along to a parade on 4th.
- The interval of two shades and a semitone, embracing four diatonic quantities of the scale; the subdominant of any secret.
- One coming next in an effort after the 3rd.
- The ordinal quantity matching the amount four in a series.
- certainly one of four equal parts.
- songs A tone four levels above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- The quotient of unity divided by four; among four equal parts of everything; a quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- The person or thing in the 4th place.
- musical The interval between two these types of shades.
- a-quarter, one of four equal components of a whole.
- at the beginning of English law, a fourth the main rents of the year, or of movables, or both, given or levied through tax.
- Music The harmonic combination of these tones.
- In songs A tone four diatonic degrees overhead or below a tone.
- The 4th equipment of an engine.
- musical The subdominant of a scale or key.
- The transmission equipment or equipment ratio used to create ahead speeds next greater to those of 3rd in an automobile.
- A musical interval which covers four examples of the diatonic scale, including C to F (C D E F).
- The period between any tone and a tone four degrees distant from it.
- The Fourth-of-July; Independence Day. Used with the: went along to a parade on Fourth.
- the individual or part of the fourth position.
- One of four equal components into what type whole may be split; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- 25 %, among four equal components of a complete.
- The interval of two shades and a semitone, embracing four diatonic degrees of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- One coming after that so as after the third.
- The 4th gear of an engine.
- The harmonic combination of two such tones.
- In a scale, the 4th tone through the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F when you look at the scale of C, or D in that of A.
- the music period between one note and another four notes from it
- The quotient of unity divided by four; one of four equal parts of something; a-quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- The ordinal quantity matching the amount four in a series.
- The ordinal number matching the quantity four in a series.
- certainly one of four equal components.
- In early English law, a fourth part of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, issued or levied by means of taxation.
- certainly one of four equal parts.
- In songs A tone four diatonic levels above or below a tone.
- songs A tone four degrees above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- Music The period between two these types of tones.
- after the 3rd position; number 4 in a countable show
- The interval between any tone and a tone four levels distant from it.
- Music The harmonic combination of these shades.
- one of four equal components
- The harmonic combination of two these types of tones.
- The ordinal number matching the amount four in a series.
- The ordinal quantity matching the number four in a set.
- musical The subdominant of a scale or secret.
- The ordinal number matching the number four in a series.
- In a scale, the fourth tone from the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F into the scale of C, or D for the reason that of A.
- the music interval between one note and another four notes away from it
- among four equal components.
- One of four equal components.
- One of four equal components.
- The transmission equipment or equipment ratio accustomed produce forward speeds next higher to those of third in an automobile.
- Music A tone four levels above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- songs A tone four levels above or below a given tone in a diatonic scale.
- songs A tone four degrees above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used with the: went along to a parade on 4th.
- The ordinal number matching the amount four in a series.
- A musical period which spans four levels of the diatonic scale, for example C to F (C D E F).
- The ordinal number matching the number four in a set.
- Music A tone four degrees above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- among four equal parts.
- musical The period between two these types of tones.
- musical The interval between two these types of tones.
- musical The period between two these types of shades.
- certainly one of four equal components.
- following third place; number 4 in a countable series
- Music The harmonic combination of these shades.
- songs A tone four levels above or below confirmed tone in a diatonic scale.
- anyone or thing in the 4th position.
- Music The harmonic mixture of these tones.
- songs A tone four degrees above or below certain tone in a diatonic scale.
- musical The harmonic mixture of these tones.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- musical The period between two these types of shades.
- Music The interval between two these types of tones.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- one fourth, one of four equal components of a complete.
- musical The subdominant of a scale or key.
- among four equal components into which one whole is divided; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- musical The interval between two these types of tones.
- The transmission gear or gear proportion always create forward rates next higher to those of 3rd in an automobile.
- Music The harmonic combination of these shades.
- musical The harmonic combination of these tones.
- musical The harmonic mixture of these tones.
- The interval of two tones and a semitone, adopting four diatonic levels of the scale; the subdominant of every secret.
- The 4th gear of an engine.
- The transmission gear or gear ratio familiar with produce forward speeds next greater to those of third in an automobile.
- The transmission equipment or equipment ratio familiar with produce ahead speeds next higher to those of third in an automobile.
- The Fourth-of-July; Independence Day. Used with the: went along to a parade from the 4th.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or secret.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or secret.
- certainly one of four equal parts
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used with the: decided to go to a parade regarding the 4th.
- One coming next in an effort following the 3rd.
- A musical period which covers four levels of the diatonic scale, like C to F (C D E F).
- The Fourth of July; Independence Day. Used with the: visited a parade regarding the Fourth.
- The transmission equipment or gear proportion regularly create ahead speeds next greater to those of third in an automobile.
- The transmission equipment or gear ratio used to produce forward speeds next greater to those of third in a motor vehicle.
- The Fourth-of-July; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: decided to go to a parade from the 4th.
- The Fourth-of-july; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: decided to go to a parade from the Fourth.
- Music The subdominant of a scale or key.
- anyone or part of the 4th place.
- anyone or part of the fourth position.
- The transmission equipment or gear proportion familiar with produce ahead speeds next greater to those of third in an automobile.
- The person or thing in the 4th position.
- The person or part of the fourth position.
- a-quarter, among four equal elements of an entire.
- the individual or part of the 4th place.
- The quotient of unity split by four; one of four equal elements of something; a quarter: as, three fourths (¾) of an acre.
- 25 %, among four equal areas of an entire.
- 25 %, certainly one of four equal components of a complete.
- at the beginning of English legislation, a fourth area of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, provided or levied through income tax.
- The fourth gear of an engine.
- The Fourth of July; Independence Day. Used in combination with the: went along to a parade regarding Fourth.
- A quarter, certainly one of four equal areas of a complete.
- among four equal parts into what type whole is split; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- The fourth equipment of an engine.
- In music A tone four diatonic levels overhead or below any given tone.
- The 4th equipment of an engine.
- The period of two shades and a semitone, adopting four diatonic levels of the scale; the subdominant of any secret.
- A musical interval which spans four quantities of the diatonic scale, for example C to F (C D E F).
- The 4th equipment of an engine.
- 25 %, among four equal areas of an entire.
- anyone or thing in the fourth place.
- The period between any tone and a tone four degrees distant from it.
- A musical interval which spans four degrees of the diatonic scale, for example C to F (C D E F).
- One coming after that if you wish after the 3rd.
- A musical period which spans four levels of the diatonic scale, including C to F (C D E F).
- The harmonic mixture of two these types of tones.
- A quarter, among four equal components of an entire.
- The fourth gear of an engine.
- The quotient of unity divided by four; one of four equal elements of such a thing; 25 %: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- In a scale, the fourth tone through the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F in scale of C, or D because of A.
- A musical interval which covers four examples of the diatonic scale, for example C to F (C D E F).
- The fourth equipment of an engine.
- certainly one of four equal components into what type entire are split; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- A musical interval which spans four degrees of the diatonic scale, like C to F (C D E F).
- during the early English law, a fourth part of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, given or levied by way of taxation.
- the musical interval between one note and another four records far from it
- A musical period which spans four examples of the diatonic scale, as an example C to F (C D E F).
- certainly one of four equal components into what type whole are divided; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- In songs A tone four diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- The period of two tones and a semitone, adopting four diatonic examples of the scale; the subdominant of every secret.
- The interval of two shades and a semitone, adopting four diatonic quantities of the scale; the subdominant of any secret.
- The period between any tone and a tone four degrees distant from it.
- One of four equal components into which entire could be divided; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- One coming next if you wish following the 3rd.
- One coming after that to be able after the third.
- among four equal parts into which one whole may be divided; the quotient of a unit split by four.
- The harmonic mix of two such shades.
- certainly one of four equal parts into which whole may be divided; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- The interval of two tones and a semitone, adopting four diatonic quantities of the scale; the subdominant of every key.
- following third position; number four in a countable show
- among four equal components into which entire might be split; the quotient of a unit divided by four.
- The quotient of unity split by four; certainly one of four equal parts of such a thing; a quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- The period of two shades and a semitone, adopting four diatonic degrees of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- One coming next trying following the 3rd.
- In a scale, the fourth tone from bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F within the scale of C, or D because of A.
- The quotient of unity split by four; among four equal parts of such a thing; a-quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- The period of two tones and a semitone, adopting four diatonic examples of the scale; the subdominant of every secret.
- one of four equal parts
- during the early English law, a fourth the main rents of the season, or of movables, or both, awarded or levied through income tax.
- One coming next if you wish after the third.
- the music interval between one note and another four records far from it
- during the early English legislation, a fourth part of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, given or levied by means of taxation.
- One coming after that trying following the 3rd.
- In songs A tone four diatonic levels overhead or below a tone.
- The quotient of unity split by four; certainly one of four equal components of anything; 25 %: as, three fourths (¾) of an acre.
- In songs A tone four diatonic degrees overhead or below any given tone.
- The interval between any tone and a tone four levels distant from this.
- The quotient of unity split by four; one of four equal elements of such a thing; a-quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- at the beginning of English law, a fourth an element of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, awarded or levied through taxation.
- The period between any tone and a tone four levels distant from it.
- The quotient of unity divided by four; one of four equal areas of something; a quarter: as, three-fourths (¾) of an acre.
- during the early English legislation, a fourth part of the rents of the year, or of movables, or both, provided or levied by way of taxation.
- The harmonic mix of two such tones.
- following the 3rd place; number 4 in a countable series
- The harmonic combination of two these types of tones.
- In music A tone four diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- In songs A tone four diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- In a scale, the 4th tone through the bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F in scale of C, or D because of A.
- In early English law, a fourth an element of the rents of the season, or of movables, or both, awarded or levied through income tax.
- In a scale, the 4th tone through the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F into the scale of C, or D because of A.
- among four equal components
- The interval between any tone and a tone four degrees distant as a result.
- the music interval between one note and another four notes far from it
- In music A tone four diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- the musical period between one note and another four records from it
- The interval between any tone and a tone four levels distant as a result.
- The harmonic mix of two such tones.
- The interval between any tone and a tone four degrees distant as a result.
- The harmonic mixture of two such tones.
- In a scale, the 4th tone from the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F when you look at the scale of C, or D in that of A.
- In a scale, the 4th tone from the base; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F inside scale of C, or D in that of A.
- The harmonic combination of two such tones.
- The interval of two tones and a semitone, adopting four diatonic examples of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
- the music period between one note and another four records far from it
- In a scale, the 4th tone through the bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F in the scale of C, or D in that of A.
- following 3rd place; number 4 in a countable show
- following third position; number 4 in a countable series
- the musical period between one note and another four records from it
- One coming next if you wish following the 3rd.
- among four equal parts
- the musical period between one note and another four records from it
- certainly one of four equal components
- The quotient of unity split by four; certainly one of four equal components of any such thing; a-quarter: as, three fourths (¾) of an acre.
- following 3rd place; number 4 in a countable series
- following the 3rd place; number four in a countable show
- at the beginning of English law, a fourth the main rents of the season, or of movables, or both, approved or levied through income tax.
- one of four equal components
- In music A tone four diatonic degrees above or below any given tone.
- following third position; number four in a countable show
- certainly one of four equal components
- The period between any tone and a tone four degrees distant as a result.
- The harmonic mixture of two such tones.
- In a scale, the fourth tone from the bottom; the subdominant: solmizated fa, as F when you look at the scale of C, or D in that of A.
- the music period between one note and another four records far from it
- after the third place; number four in a countable show
- certainly one of four equal parts
- certainly one of four equal components

*adjective:*- The ordinal as a type of the amount four.

- The ordinal as a type of the quantity four.
- upcoming so as following the third; the ordinal of four.
- Next so as following the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- developing among four equal components into which something is divided.
- creating certainly one of four equal parts into which any such thing are divided.
- coming next following the 3rd and merely ahead of the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude
- coming after that after the 3rd and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude
- The ordinal type of the number four.
- The ordinal as a type of the amount four.
- Then so as after the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- Forming certainly one of four equal parts into which such a thing is divided.
- coming next following the 3rd and just before the 5th in place or time or level or magnitude
- Following to be able after the third; the ordinal of four.
- Forming one of four equal parts into which anything can be divided.
- The ordinal form of the number four.
- Next if you wish following the third; the ordinal of four.
- developing among four equal parts into which such a thing can be split.
- The ordinal kind of the quantity four.
- coming after that after the third and simply ahead of the 5th in place or time or level or magnitude
- coming after that after the 3rd and just ahead of the 5th in position or time or level or magnitude
- upcoming if you wish following the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- The ordinal kind of the number four.
- Forming certainly one of four equal components into which something are divided.
- The ordinal as a type of the number four.
- The ordinal type of the quantity four.
- Following so as following the third; the ordinal of four.
- The ordinal as a type of the number four.
- The ordinal kind of the number four.
- The ordinal as a type of the quantity four.
- Forming certainly one of four equal components into which any such thing can be divided.
- The ordinal type of the number four.
- Next in order after the third; the ordinal of four.
- Next to be able after the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- creating certainly one of four equal components into which anything might be split.
- developing one of four equal parts into which such a thing can be divided.
- Next in an effort following the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- upcoming in an effort after the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- developing among four equal components into which any such thing is divided.
- coming after that following the third and simply before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude
- creating certainly one of four equal components into which such a thing can be divided.
- upcoming if you wish after the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- Next in an effort after the 3rd; the ordinal of four.
- developing among four equal parts into which any such thing might divided.
- Forming certainly one of four equal parts into which such a thing can be split.
- coming after that following the third and just ahead of the 5th constantly in place or time or degree or magnitude
- coming next following the third and simply before the fifth constantly in place or time or degree or magnitude
- coming next following the third and simply prior to the 5th in place or time or level or magnitude
- coming after that after the third and simply prior to the 5th in place or time or degree or magnitude
- coming next following the 3rd and simply prior to the fifth constantly in place or time or level or magnitude
- coming after that after the third and just prior to the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude
- coming next after the third and just prior to the 5th in position or time or level or magnitude

*others:*- Following following the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.

- Then following the third: an ordinal numeral.
- upcoming after the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.
- Next following the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.
- Next after the third: an ordinal numeral.
- Following after the third: an ordinal numeral.
- After that following the third: an ordinal numeral.
- After that after the third: an ordinal numeral.
- upcoming after the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.
- Next after the third: an ordinal numeral.
- After that after the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.
- Then after the 3rd: an ordinal numeral.
- Next following the third: an ordinal numeral.

*adverb:*- inside fourth spot

- inside 4th place
- when you look at the fourth destination
- into the 4th place
- in the fourth destination
- in 4th destination
- in 4th place
- in 4th place
- inside 4th place
- when you look at the fourth location
- when you look at the fourth destination
- inside 4th place
- in 4th spot

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