- n.餐叉; 岔口; 耙;
- 复数: forks;
- 第三人称单数: forks;
- 过去式: forked;
- 过去分词: forked;
- 现在分词: forking;
to eat with a knife and fork
She impaled a lump of meat on her fork.
soil that is easily penetrable with a fork
He stabbed at the omelette with his fork.
The road divides; you should take the right fork.
Farmers cut the hay, fork it on to a cart and then store it in barns.
Use a proper fish knife and fork if possible as they are designed to cut through the flesh but not the bones.
Remove rind from the cheese and work it to a firm paste, with a fork.
A good way to break the habit of eating too quickly is to put your knife and fork down after each mouthful.
I plunged in my knife and fork.
Aerate the soil by spiking with a fork.
She poked at her food with a fork.
Britons fork out more than a billion pounds a year on toys.
The road forked in two directions. He had obviously taken the wrong fork.
Then plonk, down went the fork.
He sank his fork into the meat to see if it was well cooked.
He dug a fork into the meat.
He doesn't know a knife from a fork.
He picked up his fork and knife.
When they came to the fork of the road, his horse turned left into a bypath as if it were possessed with a demon and began to run headlong down the hill.
Fork out the dead plants and put in the new ones.
He prodded at the plate of fish with his fork.
I must be sure to fork over the whole garden before the winter.
He pierced the skin of cooking Frankforts with a fork.
Go up to the fork and turn left.
She stuck fork into the meat.
He had to fork up some money again to have his watch repaired.
You have to dig down deeply to fork up the roots.
They saw him to a fork in the road.
We parted at the fork of a road.
1. cutlery used for serving and eating food
2. the act of branching out or dividing into branches
3. a part of a forked or branching shape;
"he broke off one of the branches"
"they took the south fork"
4. an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs
5. the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk
1. lift with a pitchfork;
2. place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy pieces
3. divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork;
"The road forks"
4. shape like a fork;
"She forked her fingers"
fork something out/up (或 fork out/up)
(informal)pay money for something, especially reluctantly
fork something over
turn over soil or other material with a gardening fork
(informal, chieflyN. Amer.)another way of saying fork something out
(非正式，主北美)同 fork something out收起词组搭配
叉 捉双 两头威胁