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fold

noun [C] (SHELTER) 遮蔽處     /fəʊld/ US  /foʊld/
a small area of a field surrounded by a fence where sheep can be put for shelter for the night 羊欄,羊圈 Animal Dwellings - man-madeAnimal dwellings - natural
the fold
your home or an organization where you feel you belong 家;所屬的組織 Her children are all away at college now, but they always return to the fold in the holidays. 她的孩子們現在全都離家上大學了,但是他們假期總是都回來。 Home
Translations of “fold”
in Arabic ثَنْية…
in Korean 주름…
in Malaysian lipatan…
in French pli…
in Turkish kat izi/yeri, kıvrım yeri…
in Italian piega, piegatura…
in Russian сгиб, складка…
in Polish zagięcie, fałda…
in Vietnamese nếp gấp…
in Spanish pliegue…
in Portuguese dobra, prega…
in Thai รอยพับ…
in German das Eselsohr…
in Catalan plec…
in Japanese 折り目…
in Indonesian lipatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 遮蔽处, 羊栏,羊圈…
(Definition of fold noun (SHELTER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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