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quadrilingual

(ˌkwɒdrɪˈlɪŋɡwəl)
adj
written, printed, etc, in four different languagesable to speak four different languages
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Over the 125 kilometers we walked on the Camino, we had for company the beautiful scenery of rural Galicia and met fellow pilgrims from Spain, the US, Canada, Australia, and Italy, as well as a Filipina running a restaurant with her Italian husband and their quadrilingual five-year-old.
He is quadrilingual, speaking Igbo, the language of his father, as well as Yoruba, which is widely spoken in the south west of Nigeria where Obioma grew up, plus English and, thanks to his sojourn in Cyprus, Turkish.
Malia later admitted that his favorite of the Five was Raeff, because of his quadrilingual cosmopolitanism and historical erudition.
Brian is quadrilingual. He speaks and reads Thai, and his Mandarin is fluent.
The quadrilingual star has just finished filming a Welsh-language documentary which will be shown with subtitles in Punjabi.
NNA - The National News Agency (NNA) launched on Wednesday a new design for its website (www.nna-leb.gov.lb) to which a Spanish section has been added to make of the agency a quadrilingual news source for the Lebanese Diaspora spread in every corner of the world.
A European Studies graduate at the Ateneo de Manila University and a quadrilingual speaker who is fluent English, Filipino, Spanish, and Portuguese, she is beauty and brains personified.
The constitutional position of Singapore's languages is reflected by the quadrilingual sign exemplified by Figure 1, and the "working language" status of English is reflected in the monolingual English sign exemplified by Figure 2.
Imaginative to the end, the exhibition eschews a catalogue in favor of a quadrilingual artist's book.