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four in Numbers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfourfour /fɔː $ fɔːr/ ●●● S2 W1 number, noun  1 HMNthe number 4 She is married with four children. They arrived just after four (=four o'clock). Luke will soon be four (=four years old).2 on all fours3 in fours4 [countable] a hit in cricket that scores four runs because it goes over the edge of the playing area5 [countable] a team of four people who row a racing boat, or the boat that they row6 the four corners of the Earth/world four ply at ply2