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Translation of "fork" - English-Spanish dictionary

fork

noun /foːk/
an instrument with two or more pointed pieces for piercing and lifting things tenedor He prodded at his food with a fork We usually eat with a knife, fork and spoon. the point at which a road, river etc divides into two or more branches or divisions bifurcación a fork in the river. one of the branches or divisions of a road, river etc into which the road, river etc divides bifurcación Take the left fork (of the road). forked adjective divided into two branches or divisions bifurcado A snake has a forked tongue. fork-lift truck noun a small power-driven machine with an arrangement of steel prongs which can lift, raise up high and carry heavy things and stack them where required. carretilla elevadora fork out phrasal verb to pay or give especially unwillingly desembolsar You have to fork out (money) for so many charities these days.
(Definition of fork from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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