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Translation of "fold" - English-Russian dictionary

fold

noun [C]     /fəʊld/
MARK
a line or mark where paper, cloth, etc was or is folded сгиб Make a fold across the centre of the card.The style, appearance, and make-up of clothes
THICK PART
a thick part where something folds or hangs over itself складка [usually plural] folds of skin/fabricThe style, appearance, and make-up of clothes
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 Chinese (Traditional) 彎曲, (紙、布的)褶線,褶痕, (地殼岩層的)褶皺…
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) 弯曲, (纸、布的)褶线,褶痕, (地壳岩层的)褶皱…
(Definition of fold noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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