GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A quarter; a fourth part.
- n. one of four equal parts
“The four-inch screen, meanwhile, is a 960-by-540 QHD display, QHD being an acronym for Quarter High Definition one-fourth the amount of pixels of a 1080p television.”
“At first, about one-fourth of all white men in the South were excluded from suffrage.”
“At a 2 mile radius, there's only one-fourth of the concentration there is at one mile.”
“He reckons that one-fourth of his compositions have yet to be performed publicly.”
“The Tufts University's Global Development and Environment Institute estimated that a $12 trillion a year hit to the world's economy from global warming could be avoided by conservation measures at one-fourth the cost.”
“No doubt the motive is right: India has one-fourth of the world's hungry poor, according to United Nations statistics.”
“Today, the water available to each person in China is one-fourth the global average.”
“The find is about three-fourths crude and one-fourth natural gas, the company said.”
“Zillow surfers who read the "About Zestimates" page find out that the site's overall error rate—the amount its estimates vary from a homes' actual value—is 8.5%, and that about one-fourth of the estimates are at least 20% off the eventual sale price.”
“However, its Xoom tablet computer, aimed at taking on Apple Inc.'s market-leading iPad, dropped to 100,000, less than one-fourth of second-quarter sales.”
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