- [C]餐叉 a thing with long points at one end, that you use for putting food in your mouth
- [C]耙子,叉 a large tool with points at one end, that you use for digging the ground
- [C](道路或河流的)分岔处 a place where a road or river divides into two parts
- vi. 分叉 divide into two parts
- vt. 走岔路 take one fork of road, path, etc.
- vt. 叉; 耙 lift, move, turn soil, grass, etc. with a fork
- vt. 支付 pay (money)
cutlery used for serving and eating food
the act of branching out or dividing into branches
the region of the angle formed by the junction of two branches;
"they took the south fork"
"he climbed into the crotch of a tree"
an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs
the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk
lift with a pitchfork;
place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy pieces
divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork;
"The road forks"
shape like a fork;
"She forked her fingers"
- He stabbed the meat with his fork/stabbed his fork into the meat.
- We came to a fork in the road and could not decide which fork we should take.
- We parted at the fork of a road.
- The river forks here.
- You should fork over the garden before you plant the peas.
- In the cork workshop, the workers fork the pork.
- We have to fork the hay into the wagon .
- You have to dig down deeply to fork up the roots.
- They usually eat with a knife, fork and spoon.
- Set the table with knives and forks.
- We use forks for digging the ground.
- Take the right fork.
- They parted at the fork.
- We came to a fork in a road, and we couldn't decide whether to take the left or the right.
- The road forks further ahead.
- You will see our house just before the road forks.
- The river forks just before it reaches town.
- The farmer forked hay.
- Fork the bales and lift them onto the wagon.
- fork in the road
决定性的时刻 point or moment of decision
- fork into (v.+prep.)
耙入 move sth into sth with a fork
fork sth into sth
We have to fork the hay into the wagon.
- fork out (v.+adv.)
〈口〉付钱 pay (money)
- fork over (v.+adv.)
付钱 pay for sth
- fork up (v.+adv.)
付钱 pay for sth
fork sth ⇔ up
You have to dig down deeply to fork up the roots.
Every year the tax man expects us to fork up.
每年税收员都等着我们纳税。fork sth ⇔ up
He had to fork up some money again to have his watch repaired.
- use fork 用叉子
People were eating cream cakes with tiny silver forks.出自： J. Johnston
The Tree, In two faire branches forking fruitfully.出自： J. Sylvester
The lightning forked and flashed.出自： M. Reid
They came to where the track forked to their respective crofts.出自： C. Mackenzie
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的forca，意为叉。