See also: Quarte and quarté

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French quarte

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quarte (countable and uncountable, plural quartes)

  1. (fencing) The fourth defensive position, with the sword hand held at chest height, and the tip of the sword at neck height, the palm of the hand facing upwards.

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quarte f (plural quartes)

  1. (music) fourth (music interval)
  2. (fencing) quarte

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quarte

  1. fourth

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quarte

  1. feminine plural of quarto

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quarte f

  1. plural of quarta

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quārte

  1. vocative masculine singular of quārtus

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quarte f (plural quartes)

  1. (Jersey) quart

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quarte m (oblique and nominative feminine singular quarte)

  1. fourth (ordinal adjective)