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Meaning of “fork” - Learner’s Dictionary

fork

noun [C]     /fɔːk/
FOOD A2 a small object with three or four points and a handle, that you use to pick up food and eat with: a knife and fork Cutlery
DIGGING a tool with a long handle and three or four points, used for digging and breaking soil into pieces: a garden forkToolsGardening tools
ROAD a place where a road or river divides into two parts: Turn right when you reach a fork in the road.Road junctions
(Definition of fork noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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