A4

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See also: a4 and A-4

Translingual[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

See the Wikipedia article ISO 216 on the international standard for paper sizes.

Noun[edit]

A4

  1. A standard paper size, defined by ISO 216: dimensions: 210 × 297 mm.
    • 2001, Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl, page 66:
      "There are preparations to be made for our guest's arrival," said Artemis, handing a typewritten sheet of A4 to Juliet.
    • 2006 June 5, Ben McGrath, “Eton on the F.D.R.”, in The New Yorker[1]:
      The flat, befitting such a compromise, was stocked with two sizes of stationery: U.S. Letter and the thinner, taller A4 that is standard in Europe.

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Proper noun[edit]

A4

  1. One in a series of alphanumerics used in many national road systems.
    The A4, which runs from London to Bristol, used to be known as the Great West Road.
  2. (Britain, rail transport) A4 class, a class of steam locomotive used on the London and North Eastern Railway.
    • 1990, H.C.B. Rogers, Express Steam Locomotive Development in Great Britain and France, Crecy Publishing, →ISBN, page 89:
      In a letter to the author he says that when he went to King's Cross in 1936 the A4s were, and had been for some time, at a low ebb in performance.

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Adjective[edit]

A4 (singular and plural A4, comparative mer A4, superlative mest A4)

  1. A standard paper paper size that's in common use
  2. Being the typical, what one would expect, without deviating from the norm, average.

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Adjective[edit]

A4 (singular and plural A4, comparative meir A4, superlative mest A4)

  1. A standard paper paper size that's in common use
  2. Being the typical, what one would expect, without deviating from the norm, average.

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