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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈfəʊld/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/foʊld/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(fōld)



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Sense: Verb: place or lay in folds
Synonyms:
double over, double , pleat, crease , bend , turn under
Antonyms:
unfold , open , spread out, unbend, straighten , expand
Sense: Verb: mix ingredients
Synonyms:
mix , blend , stir , whisk , whip
Sense: Noun: crease line in fabric
Synonyms:
crease , line , furrow, crinkle, wrinkle
Sense: Verb: go out of business
Synonyms:
go out of business, go bankrupt, close , shut down, fail , go bust (informal), go belly-up (informal), go under, tank , flop , bomb , strike out, become insolvent, wash out, founder
Antonyms:
succeed , thrive , flourish , prosper
Sense: Verb: give up - informal
Synonyms:
give up, give in, yield , cave , surrender , stop , cease
Sense: Verb: wrap
Synonyms:
wrap , wrap up, envelop
Sense: Verb: embrace
Synonyms:
embrace , hug , wrap , wrap up, clasp , envelop , squeeze , clutch
Sense: Noun: enclosure for sheep
Synonyms:
enclosure , pen
Antonyms:
field , open field, pasture

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