the Fourth of July, a holiday in the United States, traditionally celebrated with fireworks: the day of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 Official name Independence Day
The day on which the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress in 1776; Independence Day.
noun, Ballet. 1. a position in which the feet are at right angles to the direction of the body, the toes pointing out, with one foot forward and the other foot back. noun a position of the left hand (if right-handed) on the fingerboard of a stringed instrument nearer the bridge than third position Usage […]
- Fourth ventricle
fourth ventricle n. An irregular cavity that extends from the obex to a communication with the sylvian aqueduct and is enclosed between the cerebellum dorsally and the tegmentum of rhombencephalon ventrally.
noun 1. the republic established in France in 1945 and replaced by the Fifth Republic in 1958. noun 1. the fourth period of republican government in France or the republic itself (1945–58)
noun, Theater. 1. the imaginary wall of a box set, separating the actors from the audience.