英 [f?:(r)] 美 [f?r]
数词 四; 四个; 第四
名词 四的`; 四个一组之物
A：Excuse me. This bus goes downtown, doesn’t it?
B：Yes. Where do you want to go?
A：The Workers’ Stadium.
B：This is the right bus.
A：Will you let me know where to get off?
B：Certainly. Four more stops after this. I’ll call out the stops.
1. Four years and to the present day, he says business is good.
2. A man has been arrested for spiking a business lunch with rat poison, killing four people and leaving eight sick.
3. The four detainees included Stern Hu, general manager of Rio Tinto's Shanghai office in charge of iron ore business in China.
4. Among them four hotels were fined for operating a business without receiving a public health permit.
5. Statistics indicate that local consumers contributed to four fifth of the overall retail business volume in Hong Kong.
6. UBS has been unprofitable for the past four quarters after losses at the investment bank and withdrawals of client funds from the wealth management business.
7. One of the mistresses who lost in the contest drove the businessman and the four other women off a mountain road for revenge.
8. Two replica guns and many other criminal tools were seized when police officers in 60 small groups busted four secret locations used by the gang.
9. The province is now busy selecting a site from four candidate places in Huilai County and Lufeng City in its eastern coastal part.
Four is the number 4.
e.g. Judith is married with four children.
2. (板球中)得 4 分的一击
In cricket, if a player hits a four, they score four runs by hitting the ball along the ground so that it crosses the boundary at the edge of the playing area.
e.g. Taylor hit 13 fours and batted for 140 minutes.
泰勒打了 13 个 4 分球，击球时间为 140 分钟。
A four is a narrow racing boat that is rowed by a team of four people.
If you are on all fours, your knees, feet, and hands are on the ground.
e.g. She crawled on all fours over to the window.