Four Asian Tigers

Four Asian Tigers,

Definition of Four Asian Tigers:

  1. Four Asian Tigers can be defined as, Asian Four Tigers Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan have fast growing economies. Exporting exports and rapid industrialization, the Asian Four Tigers have maintained consistently high economic growth since the 1960s and are among the richest countries in the world.

    • Asian Four Tigers Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan have fast growing economies.
    • All four economies are driven by exports and rapid industrialization, and have enjoyed high economic growth since the 1960s.
    • The four Asian lions have similar characteristics, including a high export trend, educated population and high level of savings.

Literal Meanings of Four Asian Tigers

Four:

Meanings of Four:
  1. According to product two and two, one is three or six more than ten. A group or unit of four persons or goods. Four years. Four o'clock The size of the garment or something else indicates four. A card or dominoes, a game of four points or notes.

Sentences of Four
  1. Franciscos has four brothers

Asian:

Meanings of Asian:
  1. Come from Asia or people of Asian descent.

  2. In relation to Asia or its peoples, customs or language.

Sentences of Asian
  1. Please note that I have absolutely no respect for any Asian, Asian or Asian product with this name.

  2. I doubt that Punjabi or a dozen other Asian languages ​​have that meaning.

Tigers:

Meanings of Tigers:
  1. A very large lonely cat, with a fan coat, a black stripe, which belongs to the jungle of Asia, but is becoming very rare.

  2. For example, it is used in the names of lion butterfly and striped butterfly. Red lion, common lion.

  3. Another term for Tamil lion

Sentences of Tigers
  1. Bowler estimates there could be between 400 and 500 lions, tigers and other large cats in the Houston area alone.

  2. Red maple flowers rely on butterflies for survival and reproduction, including sweet swallows and mourning blankets.

Synonyms of Tigers

doer, entrepreneur, woman of action, activist, performer, succeeder, high achiever, worker, man of action