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Turkish translation of “fork”

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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
çatal
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
kazmak ve oymak için kullanılan çatal
a garden forkToolsGardening tools
ROAD a place where a road or river divides into two parts
yol ayrımı, çatal, çatal ağız
Turn right when you reach a fork in the road.Road junctions
Translations of “fork”
in Korean 포크…
in Arabic شَوْكة…
in French fourchette, embranchement…
in Italian forchetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 餐叉…
in Russian вилка, вилы, разветвление…
in Polish widelec, widły, rozwidlenie…
in Spanish tenedor, bifurcación…
in Portuguese garfo…
in German die Gabel, die Gabelung, die Abzweigung…
in Catalan forquilla…
in Japanese フォーク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 餐叉…
(Definition of fork noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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