What is another word for fourth part?

Pronunciation: [fˈɔːθ pˈɑːt] (IPA)

A fourth part refers to a segment of something that is divided into four equal portions. This terminology is commonly used when referring to fractions, percentages, or ratios. There are various synonyms that can be used interchangeably to describe a fourth part, such as quarter, fourth, one-fourth, and 25%. Other terms include quadrant, division, segment, and sector. In certain contexts, the term "quartile" might also be used to describe a fourth part of a data set. Understanding these synonyms is crucial in various fields, including mathematics, finance, and statistics, given the prevalence of the concept of a fourth part in these areas.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Fourth part?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Famous quotes with Fourth part

  • Giant and great as this Dean is, I say we should hoot him. Some of this audience mayn't have read the last part of Gulliver, and to such I would recall the advice of the venerable Mr. Punch to persons about to marry, and say, 'Don't'. When Gulliver first lands among the Yahoos, the naked howling wretches clamber up trees and assault him, and he describes himself as 'almost stifled with the filth which fell about him.' The reader of the fourth part of is like the hero himself in this instance. It is Yahoo language: a monster gibbering shrieks, and gnashing imprecations against mankind — tearing down all shreds of modesty, past all sense of manliness and shame; filthy in word, filthy in thought, furious, raging, obscene.
    Jonathan Swift
  • Let him look to it, who is pleased with the game of Tarocco, that the only signification of this word Tarocco, is stupid, foolish, simple, fit only to be used by Bakers, Coblers, and the vulgar, to play at most for the fourth part of a Carlino, at Tarocchi, or at Trionfi, or any Sminckiate whatever: which in every way signifies only foolery and idleness, feasting the eye with the Sun, and the Moon, and the twelve (signs) as children do.
    Francesco Berni

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