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Meaning of “fold” - Learner’s Dictionary

fold

verb     /fəʊld/
MATERIAL [T]
B1 If you fold paper, cloth, etc, you bend it so that one part of it lies flat on top of another part: Can you help me fold the sheets? He folded the letter in half.Straight, even and level
FURNITURE [I, T] ( also fold up)
to make something such as a chair or table smaller or flatter by closing it or bending it together: I folded up the table and put it away. a folding chair →  Opposite unfold Straight, even and level
BUSINESS [I] informal
If a business folds, it fails and is unable to continue: The magazine folded last year.Starting, succeeding and failing in business
fold your arms
to bend your arms across your chest, with one crossing over the other: He sat with his arms folded.The arm
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