Translation of "fork" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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forknoun [ C ]

uk /fɔːk/ us /fɔːrk/

fork noun [ C ] (FOOD)

A2 a small object with three or four points and a handle, that you use to pick up food and eat with

餐叉
a knife and fork. 一副刀叉

More examples

  • She prodded the cake with her fork to see if it was cooked.
  • Prick the skin of the potatoes with a fork before baking them.
  • You'll find the knives and forks in the left-hand drawer.
  • He prodded at the fish with his fork a few times, but he didn't eat a mouthful.
  • Your table manners are appalling - don't you know how to use a knife and fork?

fork noun [ C ] (GARDEN)

a tool with a long handle and three or four points, used for digging and breaking soil into pieces

叉;耙
a garden fork. 園藝用叉

fork noun [ C ] (DIVISION)

a place where a road, river, etc. divides into two parts, or either of those two parts

(公路、河流等的)分岔處,分流處,岔口;岔路
When you reach a fork in the road turn right. 到了岔路口走右邊那條路。
Take the left-hand fork.

forkverb

uk /fɔːk/ us /fɔːrk/

fork verb (DIVIDE)

[ I ] If a road or river forks, it divides into two parts.

(公路或河流)分岔
The hotel is near where the road forks. 酒吧在馬路的岔口附近。

[ I + adv/prep ] UK to turn in one of two different directions

走岔路中的一條
Fork left/right where the road divides. 在岔路口走左邊/右邊那條路。

fork verb (GARDEN)

[ T ] to move or dig something with a fork

叉運;叉起;用叉挖

(Translation of “fork” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)