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  • 61 fold — v. (D; tr.) to fold into (she folded the newspaper into a hat) * * * [fəʊld] (D; tr.) to fold into (she folded the newspaper into a hat) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 62 -fold — [[t] foʊld[/t]] SUFFIX fold combines with numbers to form adverbs which say how much an amount has increased by. For example, if an amount increases fourfold, it is four times greater than it was originally. By the late eighties their number had… …

    English dictionary

  • 63 fold up — PHRASAL VERB If you fold something up, you make it into a smaller, neater shape by folding it, usually several times. → See also 4), fold up [V n P] She folded it up, and tucked it into her purse... [V P n (not pron)] He folded up his pap …

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  • 64 fold-up — ADJ: ADJ n A fold up piece of furniture or equipment is one that is specially designed so that it can be folded into a smaller shape in order to be stored. ...a fold up bed …

    English dictionary

  • 65 fold — matomoji tinklalapio sritis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis ↑Tinklalapio dalis, matoma vos tik jį atvėrus ↑naršykle. Plačiau žr. priede. priedas( ai) MS Word formatas atitikmenys: angl. above the fold; canvas; fold ryšiai: dar žiūrėk –… …

    Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • 66 -fold — suffix Etymology: Middle English, from Old English feald; akin to Old High German falt fold, Latin plex, plus, Old English fealdan 1. multiplied by (a specified number) ; times in adjectives < a sixfold increase > and adverbs < repay you tenfold… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 67 Fold — Beim Kartenspiel Poker fasst der Begriff Spielverhalten zusammen, wie ein Spieler in bestimmten Situationen reagiert. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Einteilung 1.1 Hole Cards 1.2 Setzverhalten 2 Einzelnachweise // …

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  • 68 fold up — verb a) To make or become more compact by folding. Please fold up these towels so they will fit on the shelf b) To go out of business. That place folded up years ago …

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  • 69 fold in — phr verb Fold in is used with these nouns as the object: ↑flour …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 70 fold up — phr verb Fold up is used with these nouns as the object: ↑map, ↑pushchair, ↑tent …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 71 fold —    to fail in business    Either personally or corporately, from the collapsing:     Second, they must let some of the banks fold to allow the financial sector to reconstruct. {Daily Telegraph, 15 January 1997, of the Japanese economy)    In… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 72 fold — I v 1. double, double over or up, turn up or under, dog ear, infold, crease; tuck, gather, crimp; pleat, plait. 2. wrap, wrap up, enwrap, enclose, envelop; clasp, embrace, hug, embosom, press, Inf. squeeze. 3. go out of business, fail, collapse,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 73 fold — 1. verb 1) I folded the cloth Syn: double, crease, turn, bend, tuck, pleat 2) the firm folded last year Syn: fail, collapse, founder, go bankrupt, cease trading …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 74 -fold — aff. a combining form meaning “having the number of kinds or parts” or “multiplied the number of times” specified by the initial element: fourfold; manyfold[/ex] • Etymology: ME; OE fald, feald, c. OFris, OS fald, OHG falt, ON faldr, Go falths,… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 75 -fold — a suffix attached to numerals and other quantitative words or stems to denote multiplication by or division into a certain number, as in twofold, manifold. {Middle English; Old English (Northumbrian) fald; replacing Old English feald, ultimately… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 76 fold (to) —  Close, quit.  ► “Executives at Detroit Newspapers, the joint agency that operates Knight Ridder’s morning Free Press and Gannett’s evening News, vigorously deny any intention to fold the News, despite the continuing shrinking of its… …

    American business jargon

  • 77 fold — klostė statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Priemonė tekstui paslėpti. Vietoj viso teksto parodomas trumpesnis, tarp specialiųjų ženklų (dažniausiai rodyklių), įterptas tekstas (dažniausiai tik paslėpto teksto pavadinimas). Plačiau žr. priede …

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  • 78 fold — 1. in. to fail; to close. □ The play folded in the second week. □ I was afraid my business would fold because of the recession. 2. in. to collapse from drinking. □ Dave had just one more drink, and then he folded …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 79 fold —  a fold of straw, a sheaf or bundle of straw. N …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 80 -fold — suffix forming adjectives and adverbs from cardinal numbers, meaning: 1 in an amount multiplied by (repaid tenfold). 2 consisting of so many parts (threefold blessing). Etymology: OE fald, feald, rel. to FOLD(1): orig. sense folded in so many… …

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