fork Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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A2awith three or fourpointsand ahandle, that you use topickupfoodandeatwith:

Sheproddedthecakewith her fork toseeif it wascooked.

Prick theskinof thepotatoeswith a fork beforebakingthem.

Youllfindtheknivesand forks in the.

Heproddedat thefishwith his fork a fewtimes, but he didnteatmouthful.

Yourareappalling- dont youknowhow to use aknifeand fork?

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›atoolwith aand three or fourpoints, used fordiggingandintopieces:

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›aplacewhere aroadriver, etc.dividesinto twoparts, or either of those twoparts:

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›[I]If aroadorriverforks, itdividesinto twoparts:

›[I+ adv/prep]UKtoturnin one of two differentdirections:

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›[T]tomoveordigsomething with a fork

(Definition of fork from theCambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus© Cambridge University Press)

›aused ineatingthat usually has three or fourto ahandle:

›theplacewhere asinglethingdividesinto two or moreparts, or one of theparts:

(Definition of fork from theCambridge Academic Content Dictionary© Cambridge University Press)

forchetta, bivio, biforcazione

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