Word: fold

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Synonyms: fold

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Translations: fold

spanish
doblar, curva, dobladura, doblez, curvatura, ...


german
krümmung, biegen, zumachen, falz, gefaltete, ...

french
plissent, courber, parc, plissons, composer, ...

italian
curvatura, piega, grinza

portuguese
fechar, dobra, despistar, dobrar

dutch
dichtdoen, plooien, toedoen, omvouwen, dichtmaken, ...

russian
перегибать, слагать, падь, сгибание, сочинить, ...

norwegian
bøyning, fold

swedish
kröka, vika

finnish
murtaa, kaarre, kaarros, taitekohta, sulkea, ...

danish
kurve

czech
salaš, fald, složit, přehýbat, ohrada, ...

polish
zagroda, falc, owczarnia, fałd, komponować, ...

turkish
dönemeç, kapamak, kapanmak, kıvrım, kavis

greek
διπλώνω, πτυχή

ukrainian
обнімати, складати, кошара, загін, пакунка, ...

belarusian
зачыняць, агароджа

estonian
kurd, kari

croatian
prijevoj, saviti, složiti, zaviti, nabor, ...

icelandic
rétt, brot

lithuanian
posūkis, raukšlė, sudėti

latvian
līkums, izliekums

slovenian
skládat

slovak
zložiť

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The meaning and "use of": fold

noun
  • a form or shape produced by the gentle draping of a loose, full garment or piece of cloth.
  • a line or crease produced in paper or cloth as the result of folding it.
  • a pen or enclosure in a field where livestock, especially sheep, can be kept.

verb
  • bend (something flexible and relatively flat) over on itself so that one part of it covers another.
  • cover or wrap something in (a soft or flexible material).
  • (of an enterprise or organization) cease operating as a result of financial problems or a lack of support.

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