turn or press back one part of and lay on the remaining part; bend into two or more parts
enclose; wrap; cover
"a fold in the napkin"
"a crease in his trousers"
"a plication on her blouse"
"a flexure of the colon"
"a bend of his elbow"
"he gave the napkins a double fold"
"fold up the newspaper"
"turn up your collar"
"Fold the egg whites into the batter"
"The owners decided to move and to close the factory"
"My business closes every night at 8 P.M."
"close up the shop"
"The bed folds in a jiffy"
The thick woollen stockings..would not stay up but hung in folds round her ankles.
出自： A. Gray
Her crooked fingers worked amongst the folds of her silken skirt.
出自： G. Heyer
The effect was found to be several fold greater than of steam from the same quantity of fuel.
出自： N. Arnott
He envies those who have learned, / when reading newspapers, / how to fold them.
出自： W. H. Auden
There was the distant sound of folded sheep.
出自： I. Murdoch
This bed can be easily folded away.
Fold in two eggs and then cook gently for thirty minutes.
Fold in the beaten whites of two eggs.
她的胃疼得非常厉害,已经支持不住了。 fold up
In economic crisis, smaller enterprises are usually among the first to fold up.
She had known too many businesses folded up through bad management.
The business finally folded up last week.
The new restaurant folded up in less than a year.
The team folded up in the last part of the season.
这个队在本赛季的最后阶段失利了。 fold up
He sat down on the chair, but it suddenly folded up under him.
The moment the clown appeared on stage, the audience folded up.
小丑一出现在舞台上,观众们个个笑得前仰后合。 fold sth ⇔ up
Please fold up all the table-cloth and put them into the store-room.
He folded up his umbrella as he entered the room.
She folded up some shirts.