There are 2 translations of fork in Spanish:

fork1

Pronunciation: /fɔːrk; fɔːk/

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There are 2 translations of fork in Spanish:

fork2

vi

  • 1.1 (split) [branch/road/river] bifurcarse*
    More example sentences
    • Frequent bolts of lightning forked through the sky, lighting up her surroundings with an eerie brightness.
    • Lightning forked down from the sky, and thunder roared in sympathy moments later, adding to the hellish scene.
    • Narrow dirt paths forked from the stairs, leading to even denser rows of crosses amongst soft weeds.
    1.2 (turn) to fork (to the) right/left desviarse* a la derecha/izquierda

vt

  • [food] levantar con el tenedor
    More example sentences
    • After a crash course on dining with élan and forking food with flair, the surprise test came on china piled high with tricky-to-eat broccoli, sprouts and small sautéed potatoes.
    • One of the main features of the day was the steam threshing which involved forking the stooks into the steam-powered conveyor belt.
    • The hay was forked into the hayshed, when the pile got so high; someone had to go up and ‘tramp’ it and throw it to the back of the hayshed.

Phrasal verbs

fork out

verb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento
[colloquial/familiar] desembolsar, aflojar [colloquial/familiar] how much did you have to fork out for that? ¿cuánto te tuviste que gastar en eso?, ¿cuánto tuviste que desembolsar or [colloquial/familiar] aflojar por eso?

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Word of the day camisa
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Cultural fact of the day

Today is a public holiday in Chile (Día de la Independencia)