four-minute

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four-minute

[ˌfɔːˈmɪnɪt] ADJ a four-minute eggun huevo pasado cuatro minutos
he was the first to run a four-minute milefue el primero en correr una milla en cuatro minutos
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All that was known was that the seven battleships blew up, one after another, at regular four-minute intervals.
EILISH McCOLGAN admits she'll happily finish last in tonight's Diamond League 1800m final if she still manages to beat the four-minute mark.
A Mercedes worth NT$7 million (US$226,500) was stopped by police after a four-minute drive without license plates, and smashed into scrap metal, reports said Friday.
Commemorative 50p coins being released include one featuring Sir Roger Bannister's achievement of breaking the four-minute mile in 1954.
It is said that experts believed that the human body was not capable of running a four-minute mile.
Bannister enjoyed a quiet celebration with friends after he became the first man in the world to break the four-minute mile and he had a little extra sleep the next day.
A FOUR-MINUTE intense workout, Tabata's been clinically proven to be the most effective way of burning calories for longer while also hugely increasing fitness.
LYNSEY CHARLESTON sweats it out the fast way, in a Tabata class THE 20-minute class consisted of a 10-minute warm-up, four-minute Tabata and a six-minute cool down.
| George Clooney 1954: Bannister breaks four-minute mile Roger Bannister, a 25-year-old British medical student, has become the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes.
The Four-Minute Neurologic Exam, written by Stephen Goldberg, aims to address the issue of neurological exams, which are frequently not performed due to time constraints in private practice settings.