4 X

4X

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4X est un code qui peut signifier :

  • Israël, selon la liste des préfixes OACI d'immatriculation des aéronefs
  • Four Cross, une compétition de Vélo tout terrain,
  • Jeu 4X, un type de jeu vidéo ayant pour buts l’exploration, l’expansion, l’exploitation et l’extermination (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate en anglais),
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