Quarter of four - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
(a) quarter of (a given hour in time) (redirected from quarter of four)
(a) quarter of (a given hour in time)
A quarter of an hour (15 minutes) before the named hour in time (e.g., "quarter of six" would mean 5:45). Primarily heard in US. A: "What time does the movie start?" B: "Not until a quarter of eight, so we've got plenty of time! I thought I'd be home already, but with this traffic, it'll be quarter of before I'm back.
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The company says the quarter showed the first impact of new accounting guidelines established under the AICPA's Statement of Position 97-2, which resulted in the deferral until the third quarter of four
transactions described by the company as "significant.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Zytec Corporation (Nasdaq: ZTEC) today indicated that it expects earnings for its first quarter ended March 31, 1995, will be approximately three cents per share, compared with the current analyst estimate for the quarter of four
cents per share and earnings of six cents per share in last year's first quarter.