fold

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} bükülmek
katlamak

Çamaşır yıkarken bir sorunum yok ama giysileri katlamaktan nefret ediyorum. - I don't have a problem doing the laundry, but I hate folding the clothes.

Tüm giysileri katlamak birkaç saatimi aldı. - It took me several hours to fold all the clothes.

{i} kat

Kolunu katlamış oturuyordu. - He was sitting with his arms folded.

Sadako uykuya dalmadan önce hızlı bir şekilde kağıdı katlamayı denedi. - Quickly Sadako tried to fold the paper before she fell asleep.

{i} kıvrım
{i} katlama

Sadako uykuya dalmadan önce hızlı bir şekilde kağıdı katlamayı denedi. - Quickly Sadako tried to fold the paper before she fell asleep.

Tom Mary'nin çamaşırları katlamasına yardım etti. - Tom helped Mary fold the laundry.

{i} aile ocağı
{f} k.dili. (işyeri) temelli kapanmak; iflas etmek, topu atmak
pas
bürünmek
kıvrılmak
sürü koyun
dürüm
paftalamak
sarılmak
kıvırma
sürü
kaplamak
sarmak
katlanmak
ağıl
oyuk
top atmak
(el/vb.) bağlamak
koyun sürüsü
iflas etmek
çukur
kavuşturmak
pli
batmak
{f} katla

Tom kağıdı Mary'ye vermeden önce katladı. - Tom folded the paper before handing it to Mary.

Sadako uykuya dalmadan önce hızlı bir şekilde kağıdı katlamayı denedi. - Quickly Sadako tried to fold the paper before she fell asleep.

kırmak
(Tekstil) 1. katlamak, paftalamak, istiflemek 2. kıvrım, pli
{i} cemaat
fivefold beş misli
beş kat
{f} bükmek
fold bağla/katlan/katla
{f} kapanmak
{f} çırpmak
kere
{f} ağıla kapamak
katlı

Tom gömleğini katlıyor. - Tom is folding his shirt.

Kollarım katlı durdum. - I stood with my arms folded.

{i} yuva
{f} çökmek
{f} kıvırmak
katı
misil
{i} sürü (koyun)
{f} yavaş yavaş katmak
bağlamak
cemaat/ağıl/kat/kıvrım
sonek kat
{i} 1. kat, kıvrım
{i} büklüm
{i} kilise
(Tıp) fold
topu atmak
istiflemek
folded
{s} katlanmış

Tom gömlek cebinden bir parça katlanmış kağıt çıkardı. - Tom took a folded piece of paper out of his shirt pocket.

Proteinler, origami kağıdı gibi katlanmış amino asit zincirleridir. - Proteins are chains of amino acids that are folded like origami paper.

folded
katlı

Yaşlı adam kolları katlı oturuyordu. - The old man was sitting with his arms folded.

Kolları katlı orada oturdu. - He sat there with his arms folded.

fold up
{f} kapanmak
fold a paper
kağıt katlamak
fold and thrust belt
(Jeoloji) kıvrım ve itki kuşağı
fold angle
katlama açısı
fold angle
(Jeoloji) kıvrım açısı
fold axis
(Jeoloji) kıvrım ekseni
fold belt
(Jeoloji) kıvrım kuşağı
fold edge
(Tekstil) kenar katlamak
fold fast
(Tekstil) dayanıklı pile
fold in
(Gıda) kıvırmak
fold in half
ikiye katlamak
fold in half
ikiye kıvırmak
fold in two
ikiye kıvırmak
fold in two
ikiye katlamak
fold limb
(Jeoloji) kıvrım kanadı
fold line
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kat izi
fold nappe
(Jeoloji) kıvrım napı
fold options
(Bilgisayar) katlama seçenekleri
fold over
katlamak
fold down
kıvır
fold the arms
kolları kavuşturmak
fold up
katla
fold up
tasfiye gitmek
fold up
işi durdurmak
fold back
Açmak (karton kutu)
fold in the flour
un kat
fold out
kat dışarı
fold up
dürmek
fold back
(Fiili Deyim ) (elbise) kıvırmak
fold back
geriye doğru katlamak
fold down
bükmek
fold down
katlamak
fold down
kıvırmak
fold down back
katlamak (sandalye)
fold down back
toplamak (yorgan vb.)
fold in one's arms
kollarına almak
fold in one's arms
kucaklamak
fold one's arms
kollarını kavuşturmak
fold up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- katlanmak 2- iflas etmek , başarısızlığa uğramak
fold up
{f} çökmek
fold up
{f} sarmak
fold up with laughter
katıla katıla gülmak
fold up with laughter
gülmekten kırılmak
folding
(isim) katlama
book fold
(Bilgisayar) kitap katlaması
book fold
(Bilgisayar) katlı kitap
compound fold
(Jeoloji) bileşik kıvrım
flow fold
(Jeoloji) akma kıvrımı
fold up
katlamak
folded
kıvrımlı
folded
katlanmış (katlı)
folded
iki kat
folded
kırılmış
folding
kıvrım
folding
katlamak

Çamaşır yıkarken bir sorunum yok ama giysileri katlamaktan nefret ediyorum. - I don't have a problem doing the laundry, but I hate folding the clothes.

folding
paftalama
folding
açılıp kapanabilen
folding
kırma
folding
bükme
folding
(Coğrafya) kıvrılma
folding
kıvrımlanma
folding
katlanma
folding
bükmek
folding
(Bilgisayar) karakter tamamlama
disharmonic fold
uyumsuz kıvrım
foldable
katlanabilir

Hiç katlanabilir bisiklet gördün mü? - Have you ever seen a foldable bike?

Katlanabilir bir elektrikli bisikletim var. - I've got an electric bike that's foldable.

folded
kırma
folded
{f} katla

Tom kağıdı Mary'ye vermeden önce katladı. - Tom folded the paper before handing it to Mary.

Kolunu katlamış oturuyordu. - He was sitting with his arms folded.

folding
{f} katla

Onların gömleklerini katlamıyorum. - I'm not folding their shirts.

Çamaşır yıkarken bir sorunum yok ama giysileri katlamaktan nefret ediyorum. - I don't have a problem doing the laundry, but I hate folding the clothes.

folding
portatif
folding
katlama

Origami kağıt katlama sanatıdır. - Origami is the art of folding paper.

Çamaşır yıkarken bir sorunum yok ama giysileri katlamaktan nefret ediyorum. - I don't have a problem doing the laundry, but I hate folding the clothes.

inverted fold
devrik kıvrım
recumbent fold
yatık kıvrım
seven-fold
yedi misli
seven-fold
yedi kat
thousand fold
bin kat
two fold
iki katlı
two-fold
iki kat
two-fold
iki misli
folding
açılır kapanır
blind fold
kör kat
edge fold
kenar katı
fan fold
yelpaze kıvrım
five-fold
beş kat
folded
kıvrk
folding
katlanır
folding
katlanan

Bu katlanan şemşiyeyi yanına al. Yararlı olabilir. - Take this folding umbrella with you. It might come in handy.

folding
katlayarak
folds
kıvrımlar
many fold
çok katlı
overturned fold
kat devrik
scottish fold cat
scottish fold kedi
six fold
altı kat
symmetrical fold
simetrik kıvrım, bakışımlı kıvrım
synclinal fold
senklinal kıvrım, tekne kıvrım
ten fold
on kat
transverse fold
enine kıvrım
un fold
un kat
active fold
(Çevre) aktif kıvrım
asymmetric fold
asimetrik kıvrım
asymmetrical fold
asimetrik kıvrım
blank book fold
(Bilgisayar) boş kitap katlaması
booklet fold
(Bilgisayar) kitapçık katlama
box fold
kutu (şekilli) kıvrım
box fold
(Jeoloji) şekilli kıvrım
box fold
(Jeoloji) kutu kıvrım
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) akordiyon kıvrım
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) zik-zak kıvrım
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) şevron kıvrımı
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) v biçimli kıvrım
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) zik zak kıvrım
chevron fold
(Jeoloji) şevron kıvrım
closed fold
(Jeoloji) kapalı kıvrım
come back to the fold
(deyim) sürüye geri dönmek
concentric fold
(Jeoloji) ortak merkezli kıvrım
concentric fold
(Jeoloji) iç-içe kıvrım
concentric fold
(Jeoloji) konsantrik kıvrım
dead fold
(Gıda) ölü kat yeri
diapiric fold
diyapirik kıvrım
diapiric fold
tuz domu veya intrüsif bir sokulumun diyapirik yükselmesi sırasında çevre kayaçlarında oluşrurdukları kıvrım yapısı
disharmonic fold
simetri, şekil ve dalga boyunda keskin değişimler gösteren kıvrım
disharmonic fold
disharmonik kıvrım
drag fold
(Jeoloji) sürüme kıvrım
five fold
beş misli
five fold
beş kat
flexural slip fold
eğilti atımlı fay
flowage fold
akış kıvrımı
folded
kıvrık
folding
{s} çiftkanatlı
folds
(Nükleer Bilimler) kat yapma
fulling fold
(Tekstil) dinkleme kırışığı
harmonic fold
harmonik kıvrım
harmonic fold
uyumlu kıvrım
herd into a fold
ağıllamak
inclined fold
eğik kıvrım
isoclinal fold
izoklinal kıvrım
nail fold
(Tıp) tırnak yatağı
open fold
açık kıvrım
overturned fold
(Jeoloji) devrik kıvrım
parasitic fold
asalak kıvrım
partial fold
(Tekstil) kısmi katlama
plunging fold
dalan kıvrım
ptygmatic fold
pitigmatik kıvrım
ptygmatic fold
dolambaçlı kıvrım
sheep fold
ağıl
strip thrust fold
örtü kıvrımı
subsidiary fold
(Jeoloji) bağlı kıvrım
supratenuous fold
açınımlı kıvrım
symmetric fold
simetrik kıvrım
tent fold
(Bilgisayar) ortadan katlanmış
upright fold
dik kıvrım
vertical fold
dikey kıvrım
vertical fold
düşey kıvrım
İngilizce - İngilizce
to make the proper arrangement (in a thin material) by bending

If you fold the sheets, they'll fit more easily in the drawer.

A church congregation, a church, the Christian church as a whole, the flock of Christ

John, X, 16: Other sheep I have which are not of this fold..

A boundary or limit
Of a company, to cease to trade

The company folded after six quaters of negative growth.

An act of folding
A bend or crease
To stir gently, with a folding action

Fold the egg whites into the batter.

The division between the part of a web page visible in a web browser window without scrolling; usually the fold
Home, family
to bend (any thin material, such as paper) over so that it comes in contact with itself
The division between the top and bottom halves of a broadsheet: headlines above the fold will be readable in a newsstand display; usually the fold
Any correct move in origami
To withdraw from betting

With no hearts in the river and no chance to hit is straight, he folded.

To enclose within folded arms

He put out his arms and folded her to his breast. And for a while she lay there sobbing. He looked at us over her bowed head, with eyes that blinked damply above his quivering nostrils. His mouth was set as steel.

The bending or curving of one or a stack of originally flat and planar surfaces, such as sedimentary strata, as a result of plastic (i.e. permanent) deformation
A pen or enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals
to give way on a point or in an argument
to fall over

The chair folded under his enormous weight.

If a piece of furniture or equipment folds or if you can fold it, you can make it smaller by bending or closing parts of it. The back of the bench folds forward to make a table This portable seat folds flat for easy storage Check if you can fold the buggy without having to remove the raincover. a folding beach chair. Fold up means the same as fold. When not in use it folds up out of the way Fold the ironing board up so that it is flat. unfold
suff. amount multiplied by (e.g.: threefold, tenfold etc.); that is comprised of so many parts; divided into parts
{v} to double up, put sheep into a fold, confine
{n} a double or plait, pen for sheep, flock
{n} a place to pen sheep in
a pen for sheep a folded part (as a fold of skin or muscle) 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"
To lap or lay in plaits or folds; to lay one part over another part of; to double; as, to fold cloth; to fold a letter
A bend or wave in rocks or strata caused by pressure; the structure of rocks or strata that has been bent into a dome, basin, terrace or roll
the act of folding; "he gave the napkins a double fold" a pen for sheep a folded part (as a fold of skin or muscle) 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" incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating; "Fold the egg whites into the batter" become folded or folded up; "The bed folds in a jiffy" bend or lay so that one part covers the other; "fold up the newspaper"; "turn up your collar" intertwine; "fold one's hands, arms, or legs
To abandon your hand, usually because someone else has made a larger bet than you are willing to call
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"
Withdraw from further participation in the current hand Also see drop
An enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals
To muck your cards because someone else has made a larger bet than you are willing to call You are unable to win the pot but at least you don't lose more money
That which is folded together, or which infolds or envelops; embrace
a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
"Above the fold," a term borrowed from print media, refers to an ad that is viewable as soon as the Web page arrives You don't have to scroll down (or sideways) to see it Since screen resolution can affect what is immediately viewable, it's good to know whether the Web site's audience tends to set their resolution at 640 by 480 pixels or at 800 by 600 (or higher)
Combine lightly using two motions A downward cut through the mixture then sliding across bottom and up the side, turning mix over
{i} bend; pleat; crease; depression in the ground, hollow between two hills; yard; pen, sheep enclosure; flock of sheep; church; congregation; group of believers
A flock of sheep; figuratively, the Church or a church; as, Christ's fold
To cover or wrap up; to conceal
the act of folding
Many publications are folded into their finished size If you have an unusual fold, such as a gate fold, please indicate that under "additional information" on the estimate form
a curve or bend of a planar structure such as a rock bed or a fault plane The result of deformation processes in the earth's crust
{f} bend; be bent; pleat; crease; wrap, enfold, envelop; stir gently; clasp, cross (i.e. the hands or arms)
A forging or casting discontinuity caused by metal folding back on its own surface during flow in the die or mold cavity
Times or repetitions; used with numerals, chiefly in composition, to denote multiplication or increase in a geometrical ratio, the doubling, tripling, etc
incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating; "Fold the egg whites into the batter"
intertwine; "fold one's hands, arms, or legs
A boundary; a limit
To abandon your hand, usually because someone else has made a larger bet than you are willing to call Usually, one folds by mucking one's cards
- The overall folding pattern of a three-dimensional protein structure
intertwine; "fold one's hands, arms, or legs"
To inclose within folds or plaitings; to envelop; to infold; to clasp; to embrace
To confine sheep in a fold
a bend in rock strata
The removal of differences between characters that are deemed unimportant for the purposes of inexact or case-insensitive matching As well as ignoring differences of case, folding ignores any accent on a character
of anything; as, fourfold, four times, increased in a quadruple ratio, multiplied by four
the Church or a church
A method of gently mixing ingredients Use a rubber spatula to cut down through the mixture, move across the bottom of the bowl, and come back up, "folding" some of the mixture from the bottom close to the surface Using a gentle over and under motion to combine ingredients to prevent loss of air that may result from stirring or beating To blend a delicate, frothy mixture into a heavier one preferably with a rubber spatula so that none of the lightness or volume is lost The motion used is one of turning under and bringing up
A fold in a piece of paper or cloth is a bend that you make in it when you put one part of it over another part and press the edge. Make another fold and turn the ends together. = crease
If you fold your arms or hands, you bring them together and cross or link them, for example over your chest. Meer folded his arms over his chest and turned his head away Mrs Ringrose sat down and folded her hands in her lap
the result of, or the process of, introducing a bend into the previously flat plane of the paper
If you fold something such as a piece of paper or cloth, you bend it so that one part covers another part, often pressing the edge so that it stays in place. He folded the paper carefully Fold the omelette in half a folded towel
The folds in a piece of cloth are the curved shapes which are formed when it is not hanging or lying flat. The priest fumbled in the folds of his gown
bend or lay so that one part covers the other; "fold up the newspaper"; "turn up your collar"
When someone joins an organization or group, you can say that they have come into the fold. When they leave the organization or group, you can say that they leave the fold. The EU wanted to bring the US back into the fold He might find it difficult to return to the family fold when he realizes his mistake. In geology, an undulation or wave in the stratified rocks of the Earth's crust. Stratified rocks were originally formed from sediments that were deposited in flat, horizontal sheets, although in some places the strata are no longer horizontal but have warped. The warping may be so gentle that the inclination of the strata is barely perceptible, or it may be so pronounced that the strata of the two flanks are essentially parallel or nearly flat. Folds vary widely in size; the tops of large folds are commonly eroded away on the Earth's surface
cease to operate or cause to cease operating; "The owners decided to move and to close the factory"; "My business closes every night at 8 P M "
If you decide to Fold, you are pulling out of the current round of cards and forfeiting your hand You do not have to add any more money to the pot but you are no longer participating in the game and any money you have put on the table is up for grabs by the winning player of the hand
An arched-up layer of rock Rocks that are arched up are called anticlines and those that are arched down are called synclines
Wavelike layers in rock strata that are the result of compression
confine in a fold, like sheep
fold boats
plural form of fold boat
fold one's tent
To withdraw, especially in a discreet manner; to disengage; to quit

There are a good number of Democrats who are unhappy with John Kerry, thinking he folded his tent without a fight.

fold up
To make or become more compact by folding

Please fold up these towels so they will fit on the shelf.

fold up
To go out of business

If anyone asks questions, they'll fold up faster than a gypsy roofing company.

fold in
In cooking, if you fold in an ingredient or fold it into the other ingredients, you mix it very gently into the other ingredients. Fold in the flour Fold the cream into the egg yolk mixture
fold in
To gently combine a light, delicate, aerated substance, such as whipped cream or beaten egg whites, into a heavier mixture by lifting mixture up and over with each stroke
fold down
{s} able to be folded into a flat position, intended to be folded out when used and folded when not using it (such as a "fold down table")
fold in
To gently combine lighter mixtures with heavier ones usually using a metal spoon or spatula in a cutting or slicing "J" movement whilst slightly lifting the utensil
fold in
To combine a light or creamed mixture with other ingredients so that the lightness is maintaoned Usually done with a spoon or spatula
fold in
the process of gently combining flour into a beaten mixture without losing the beaten in air
fold one's hands
rest one hand on top of the other; sit and do nothing
fold up
{f} double or bend something over upon itself
fold up
become folded or folded up; "The bed folds in a jiffy"
fold up
bend or lay so that one part covers the other; "fold up the newspaper"; "turn up your collar"
fold up
If you fold something up, you make it into a smaller, neater shape by folding it, usually several times. She folded it up, and tucked it into her purse He folded up his paper and put it away. see also fold 4, fold-up unfold
fold-up
A fold-up piece of furniture or equipment is one that is specially designed so that it can be folded into a smaller shape in order to be stored
-fold
Used to make adverbs meaning times

Inflation has increased threefold ( = inflation is three times what it was before).

-fold
Used to make adjectives meaning times

There has been a threefold increase in inflation ( = inflation is three times what it was before).

Scottish Fold
A domestic cat breed
above the fold
Anything similarly occupying an exclusive position of relative prominence
above the fold
Situated in the upper half of the front page of a broadsheet newspaper, and thus more prominent, as the lower half is not usually visible when the folded newspaper is displayed for sale
above the fold
By extension, situated near the top of a web page; not requiring scrolling. See above the scroll
above-the-fold
Alternative spelling of above the fold
below the fold
Referring to a photograph, headline, or article printed on the lower half of the front page of a broadsheet newspaper, such that it is not immediately visible on a folded copy of the newspaper, e.g. as displayed at a newsstand or in a vending machine
below the fold
By analogy with sense 1, refers to that portion of a web page which is far enough down that it is not likely to be visible in the initial display of a standard browser window, such that the reader will probably have to scroll down before seeing it
folded
Simple past tense and past participle of fold
folding
Code folding: a source code display technique that can hide the contents of methods, classes, etc. for easier navigation
folding
Designed to fold; as a folding bed, a folding chair, etc
folding
The action of folding; a fold
two-fold
{s} being composed of two parts, double
a fold
{n} pleet
a fold
{n} plait
the fold
your home or your organization where you think you belong

Her children are away at college now, but they always return to the fold in the holidays.

Scottish fold cat
Breed of domestic cat with ears that fold forward and down. A Scottish shepherd discovered the foundation cat Susie, a white barn cat in 1961. Scottish folds may be longhaired or shorthaired and of various colours and patterns. Susie's fold was caused by a genetic mutation that does not appear in every kitten. The folded ear and a pedigree that leads back to Susie are required for show. Scottish folds are gentle and quiet
accordion fold
paper fold using two or more parallel folds which open like an accordion
accordion fold
Bindery term, two or more parallel folds which open like an accordion
accordion fold
Two or more parallel folds in printed paper in which each fold opens in the opposite direction from the previous fold so that the paper opens like an accordion
accordion fold
A type of paper folding in which each fold runs in the opposite direction to the previous fold creating a pleated or accordion affect
accordion fold
Parallel folds, alternating in direction Also called concertina fold additive mixing of colour occurs when two colours of light stimulate the same patch of retina In commercial colour printing, the halftone dots and the overlaps between them together comprise only six colours, plus black The sensation of full colour on a page results from additive mixture of these six colours See secondary colour
accordion fold
A binding term for two or more parallel folds that open like an accordion Brochures and maps often use accordion folds
accordion fold
A binding term for two or more parallel folds that open like an accordion
accordion fold
a series of parallel folds in which each fold opens in the opposite direction from the previous fold like the bellows of an accordion
accordion fold
A pair or more of parallel folds forming alternating peaks and valleys The result resembles an accordion bellows Alternative term: fanfold
accordion fold
a common method for folding small publications such as pamphlets Two or more parallel folds are made in opposite directions causing the paper to open like an accordion (also called Concertina fold)
accordion fold
A binding term describing a method of folding paper When unfolded it looks like the folds of an accordion
accordion fold
A fold for salvage covers
accordion fold
parallel folds which open like an accordion
accordion fold
a method of folding in which each creases open in the opposite direction to its neighbor, giving a concertina or pleated effect
accordion fold
Series of parallel folds in paper resembling an accordion
accordion fold
Two or more parallel folds that open like an accordion
accordion fold
A series of parallel folds in which the paper is 'pleated' by making each fold in the opposite direction author alteration Change in copy or specifications made after production has begun
accordion fold
In folding, a term used for two or more parallel folds which open like an accordion
accordion fold
A type of paper folding in which each fold runs in the opposite direction to the previous fold creating a pleated or accordion effect
accordion fold
Two or more parallel folds which open like an accordion
bi-fold door
an interior door
fan fold
A fold giving the same effect as a fan Also known as a concertina fold
fan fold
Paper folding that emulates an accordion or fan, the folds being alternating and parallel
foldable
capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed"
foldable
{s} can be bent, can be creased, can be folded
foldable
capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed
folded
rugal
folded
past of fold
folded
{s} pleated, bent back on itself; intertwined, clasped (i.e. hands); wrapped, enveloped
folded
bent over or doubled up so that one part lies on another; "a folded map"; "a folded tophat is collapsed"; "when a bird's wings are brought close to the body they are spoken of as folded
folding
The deformation of rock layers because of compressive forces to form folds
folding
A common bindery and finishing procedure by which printed paper is creased, and folded to a desired size and shape Common applications include promotional flyers, medicine instructions etc Halftone : Laser printers and printing presses cannot produce grey, thus, the reproduction of a continuous tone image, such as a photo, is processed through a screen that converts the image into dots of various sizes of provide the illusion of grey color
folding
ERROR - A BINDERY DEFECT The book is folded off-center resulting in the appearance of a portion of the back cover on the front or vice versa
folding
present participle of fold
folding
capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed"
folding
the act of folding; "he gave the napkins a double fold"
folding
A method used for mixing certain food items It is done very gently and carefully by a lifting and dropping motion, without disturbing or dispersing the air incorporated in the mixture
folding
The process of attaching a view to an orthogonal axis line defined by two data points
folding
The curving or bending of a planar structure such as rock strata, foliation, or cleavage by deformation
folding
The keepig of sheep in inclosures on arable land, etc
folding
{i} act of bending or doubling over
folding
{s} foldable, portable
folding
The act of making a fold or folds; also, a fold; a doubling; a plication
folding
the process whereby a protein molecule assumes its intricate three-dimensional shape; "understanding protein folding is the next step in deciphering the genetic code"
folding
The acquisition of 3-D structure by a protein; the pattern of the 3-D structure that is the result of the folding process
folds
Third-person singular simple present of to fold
folds
Plural of fold
lacrimal fold
{i} mucous membranous flap that protects the lower opening of the nasolacrimal duct, Hasner's valve
nail fold
A fold of hard skin overlapping the base and sides of a fingernail or toenail
protective fold
a flap of tissue that protects what it covers
thousand-fold
by three orders of magnitude; "this poison is a thousand-fold more toxic
two-fold
{i} (Theatre) unit of an onstage scenery comprised of two flats attached together with a hinge
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) fold
fold