Word: quarter

Category: quarter

Hobbies & Leisure, Shopping, Business & Industrial

Related words: quarter

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Synonyms: quarter

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: quarter

spanish
cuarto, trimestre, barrio, cuartel


german
viertel, vierteilen, gegend, quartal, quartier, ...

french
quatrième, miséricorde, aman, cantonner, quartier, ...

italian
quarta, quarto, quartiere

portuguese
discussão, quarto, bairro

dutch
vierendeel, stadswijk, buurt, wijk

russian
квартировать, сторона, четвертовать, место, доля, ...

norwegian
kvarter, fjerdedel, strøk

swedish
fjärdedel, kvarter, kvartal

finnish
erä, vartti, majoittaa, ahteri, lautanen, ...

danish
fjerdedel, bydel, kvart

czech
čtvrtka, kvartál, čtvrt, milost, čtvrtina, ...

polish
kwarta, dzielnica, kwartał, czwarta, rozkwaterować, ...

hungarian
félév, irgalom, negyeddolláros, évnegyed, holdnegyed, ...

turkish
semt, mahalle, çeyrek

greek
μαχαλάς, τέταρτο

ukrainian
кварта

albanian
çerek

estonian
veerandik, kvartal, veerand

latin
vicus

lithuanian
ketvirtis, kvartalas

latvian
ceturtdaļa, kvartāls

romanian
cartier, sfert

slovenian
kvartál

slovak
kvartál

Popularity stats: quarter

Most searched by regions

Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Arizona, Wyoming

Most searched by cities

Lafayette, New Orleans, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Houston

The meaning and "use of": quarter

noun
  • each of four equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided.
  • a part of a town or city having a specific character or use.
  • the direction of one of the points of the compass, especially as a direction from which the wind blows.
  • rooms or lodgings, especially those allocated to servicemen or to staff in domestic service.
  • pity or mercy shown toward an enemy or opponent who is in one's power.
  • each of four or more roughly equal divisions of a shield separated by vertical and horizontal lines.

verb
  • divide into four equal or corresponding parts.
  • be stationed or lodged in a specified place.
  • range over or traverse (an area) in every direction.
  • display (different coats of arms) in quarters of a shield, especially to show arms inherited from heiresses who have married into the bearer's family.

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