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fork /fɔːk $ fɔːrk/ noun [countable]


سه شاخه ، دوشاخه ، منشعب شدن ، مثل چنگال شدن ، پنجه ، محل انشعاب ، چند شاخه شدن ، عمران: انشعاب ، ورزش: چنگال ، علوم نظامی: دوشاخه ، چنگال
fork
[verb]
Synonyms: branch, bifurcate, diverge, divide, part, split

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. fork1 S3 /fɔːk $ fɔːrk/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: forca, from Latin furca]

1. a tool you use for picking up and eating food, with a handle and three or four points:
Put the knives and forks on the table.

2. a garden tool used for digging, with a handle and three or four points ⇒ pitchfork1

3. a place where a road, river, or tree divides into two parts, or one of the parts it divides into:
the north fork of the Sacramento river
Take the left fork then go straight on.

4. fork of lightning a sudden flash of lightning with two or more lines of light

5. one of the two metal bars between which the front wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle is fixed ⇒ tuning fork

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. fork2 verb

1. (also fork off) [intransitive] if a road, river etc forks, it divides into two parts ⇒ divide, split:
The path forked off in two directions.

2. fork (off) left/right to go left or right when a road divides into two parts Synonym : turn:
Fork left at the bottom of the hill.

3. [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to put food into your mouth or onto a plate using a fork
fork something into/onto etc something
He forked some bacon into his mouth.

4. [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to put manure into soil or to move soil around using a large garden fork
fork something in/over etc
In November, the soil should be forked over.
fork out (something) phrasal verb informal
to spend a lot of money on something, not because you want to but because you have to
fork out (something) for/on
I had to fork out £600 on my car when I had it serviced.
We don’t want to have to fork out for an expensive meal.
fork something ↔ over phrasal verb especially American English informal
to give money to someone or something, or spend money on something:
The arena won’t be finished until private donors fork over more money.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

fork
noun
I. tool for eating
ADJ. toasting
VERB + FORK pick up | put down | use
PREP. on a/the ~ She impaled a piece of meat on her fork.
with a ~ Mash the mixture with a fork.
PHRASES a knife and fork He put the knives and forks on the table.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

fork
II. place where sth divides into two parts
ADJ. left/left-hand, right/right-hand
VERB + FORK take As you pass the farm, take the right fork of the track up the hill.
PREP. at a/the ~ Bear left at the fork in the road.
~ in sitting in the fork of the tree

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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