a thing with long points at one end, that you use for putting food in your mouth
a large tool with points at one end, that you use for digging the ground
a place where a road or river divides into two parts
divide into two parts
take one fork of road, path, etc.
lift, move, turn soil, grass, etc. with a fork
"they took the south fork"
"he climbed into the crotch of a tree"
"The road forks"
"She forked her fingers"
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
你得深挖一些才能耙出根来。 fork up
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.