from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Composed of four parts; fourfold; quadruple.
- adj. Having four apartments, divisions, or floors: a fourplex apartment building.
- n. Something, such as an apartment building, that is fourplex.
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- n. quadplex
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On Sunday, September 21st, a gas explosion demolished a vacant fourplex in north Minneapolis.
He found his current fourplex and decided to purchase the property with a few friends, who would each keep one of the units.
Perhaps most disturbing was hearing about a troubled residential fourplex project that was built to state-of-the-art green standards.
When the family was cleaning out her unit in their fourplex, I spied a dusty, battered sanshin on a chair.
She grew Okinawan winter melons called goya, zucchini-shaped vegetables with a bumpy exterior, outside her fourplex in the middle of urban Los Angeles and distributed the exotic vegetables to all her Latino neighbors.
It just might become a brand-new fourplex giving you eight more cars parked on your street.
I had to hit the bushes and be very still as the cops strafed the area with their searchlights, but I made it, scurrying up the back steps to my apartment in a fourplex on Garfield Avenue.
SUSAN ROESGEN, CNN GULF COAST CORRESPONDENT: Yes, Anderson, we are in front of one of the murder scenes, this fourplex apartment behind me.
Today the folks at my building project, Las Casas, got their property tax bill for the year -- $104 pesos for a new fourplex building.
Half an hour later, she turned off Danforth Road onto a side street and parked in front of the condominium fourplex where Hendler lived.