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  • Folds has said that they have enough material for at least two more records.
  • There are also a number of former sports teams that have now either moved or folded.
  • With experienced players who fold often, even playing with nine players is possible.
  • However the league would still fold at the end of the season.
  • However, the bank folded after only a few years of operation.
  • Along with the name change came the addition of a fold-down middle-row seat.
  • These form a single white wing bar and white wing spots when folded.
  • Front, side and top views are shown below with a view of the wing folded.
  • The team officially folded at the end of the season in mid-November.
  • Its thick, silver-brown skin forms huge folds all over its body.
  • Just as it is going to hit the water a bird will fold its wings against its body.
  • This four team league also folded shortly after opening.
  • This is an almost six-fold increase since her declaration in the last election.
  • Player C then folds out of turn while Player B is making up his mind.
  • This play is used either in late position after several people have folded, or when the game is short-handed.
  • However, novel folds not seen in nature have been made increasingly possible.
  • This may benefit the player later if he has a good hand and wants keep other players from folding.
  • The products were attractive and well designed, but the product line folded after about five years.
  • All that's left for humans to do is to sit with folded hands.
  • The number of patients seeking treatment increased eight-fold as compared to the year before.
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Meaning of fold

  • noun An angular or rounded shape made by folding
    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
  • noun A geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock
  • noun A folded part (as in skin or muscle)
  • noun A pen for sheep
  • noun The act of folding
    he gave the napkins a double fold
  • verb Bend or lay so that one part covers the other
    fold up the newspaper, turn up your collar
  • verb Incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating
    Fold the egg whites into the batter
  • verb Become folded or folded up
    The bed folds in a jiffy