iv


Definition: Meaning of, iv in English to English dictionary.

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  1. being one more than three
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    four, 4
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IV


Definition: Meaning of, IV in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / ʌɪˈviː /

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IV IVs
[countable] [American English]
  1. intravenous medical equipment that is used to put liquid directly into your blood [=  drip British English]
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IV used in phrases

  • Adrian IV
    1. (1100-1159) the only English POPE . He was born in Hertfordshire, England, and his real name was Nicholas Breakspear. He became POPE in 1154
  • Amenhotep IV (noun)
    1. died in 1358 BC early ruler of Egypt who rejected the old gods and replaced them with sun worship
  • Edward IV (noun)
    1. 1442-1483 king of England from 1461 to 1470 and from 1471 to 1483; was dethroned in 1470 but regained the throne in 1471 by his victory at the battle of Tewkesbury
  • Edward IV, King
    1. (1442-83) the king of England from 1461 to 1483
  • Frederick William IV (noun)
    1. 1795-1865 king of Prussia who violently suppressed democratic movements
  • George IV (noun)
    1. 1762-1830 king of Great Britain and Ireland and Hanover from 1820 to 1830; his attempt to divorce his estranged wife undermined the prestige of the Crown
  • George IV, King
    1. (1762-1830) the king of Great Britain and Ireland from 1820 until his death. From 1811 to 1820, he acted as king and had the title 'Prince Regent', because his father, King George III, was mentally ill and unable to rule. This period of British history is called 'the Regency'.
  • Gustavus IV (noun)
    1. 1778-1837 king of Sweden whose losses to Napoleon I led to his being deposed in 1809
  • Henry IV (noun)
    1. 1050-1106 king of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor
    2. king of France from 1589 to 1610; although he was leader of the Huguenot armies, when he succeeded the Catholic Henry III and founded the Bourbon dynasty in 1589 he established religious freedom in France;
  • Henry IV, King
    1. (1366-1413) the king of England from 1399, when he took power from King Richard II, until his death. He spent much of his time as king fighting to gain control over Wales and Scotland, but he was unsuccessful in this. There are two plays by William Shakespeare about his life ( Henry IV, Part I, and Henry IV, Part II ).
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Pronunciation: wɪljəm ðə ˈkɒŋkərə
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(1027-1087) the king of England from 1066 until his death. He was also called William I . William was the Duke of Normandy (in northern France), and became king of England by defeating King Harold at the Battle of HASTINGS in 1066. His arrival brought great changes in English society, and people see it as the end of the Anglo-Saxon period and the beginning of the Middle Ages.