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fork British & World English

An implement with two or more prongs used for lifting food to the mouth or holding it when cutting

fork English Thesaurus

where the road forks, bear left

hay fork British & World English

A farm tool with typically three prongs, used for lifting hay or straw

fork supper British & World English

A light meal or buffet that may be eaten solely with a fork, while standing

tuning fork British & World English

A two-pronged steel device used by musicians, which vibrates when struck to give a note of specific pitch

Morton's Fork British & World English

An argument used by John Morton in demanding gifts for the royal treasury: if a man lived well he was obviously rich and if he lived frugally then he must have savings

toasting fork British & World English

A long-handled fork for making toast in front of a fire

Clark Fork River British & World English

A river that flows for 360 miles (580 km) from western Montana into eastern Idaho into the Columbia River

fork something out British & World English

Pay money for something, especially reluctantly

from farm to fork British & World English

Used to refer to the various processes in the food chain from agricultural production to consumption

fork something out in fork British & World English

Pay money for something, especially reluctantly

forklift truck in forklift British & World English

A vehicle with a pronged device in front for lifting and carrying heavy loads

forklift British & World English

Lift and carry (a load) with a forklift truck

from farm to fork in farm British & World English

Used to refer to the various processes in the food chain from agricultural production to consumption

sucket spoon British & World English

A utensil for eating fruit, having a two-pronged fork at one end and a spoon at the other

sucket fork in sucket spoon British & World English

A utensil for eating fruit, having a two-pronged fork at one end and a spoon at the other

fork out in fork English Thesaurus

to enjoy those benefits, you will have to fork out twelve pounds a month

from farm to fork or table in farm British & World English

Used to refer to the various processes in the food chain from agricultural production to consumption