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Translation of "fold" - English-Turkish 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. katlamak 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 (sandalye, masa) katlamak a folding chair →  Opposite unfold Straight, even and level
BUSINESS [I] informal
If a business folds, it fails and is unable to continue. (iş, işyeri) kapanmak 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 kollarını göğüs hizasında katlamak, birleştirmek He sat with his arms folded.The arm
(Definition of fold verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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