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Translation of "fold" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

fold

verb (BEND) 弯曲     /fəʊld/ US  /foʊld/
[I or T] to bend something, especially paper or cloth, so that one part of it lies on the other part, or to be able to be bent in this way 折叠,对折(尤指纸或布);可折叠;可对折 I folded the letter (in half) and put it in an envelope. 我把信对折后装进一个信封里。 He had a neatly folded handkerchief in his jacket pocket. 他的上衣口袋里有一方叠得整整齐齐的手帕。 Will you help me to fold (up) the sheets? 你能帮我把床单叠起来吗? Making things more or less smooth or straight [T] to wrap 包,裹 She folded her baby in a blanket. 她把婴儿裹在一块毯子里。 He folded his arms around her. 他用双臂搂住了她。 Enclosing, surrounding and immersing fold your arms to bring your arms close to your chest and hold them together 双臂交叉在胸前 Making things more or less smooth or straight [T] to move a part of your body into a position where it is close to your body 盘起,交叠 She sat with her legs folded under her. 她盘腿而坐。 Making things more or less smooth or straight
(Definition of fold verb (BEND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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