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fork in Transport topic

forkfork2 verb  1 (also fork off) [intransitive]TT if a road, river etc forks, it divides into two partsdivide, split The path forked off in two directions.2 fork (off) left/right3 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]DFDLG to put food into your mouth or onto a plate using a forkfork something into/onto etc something He forked some bacon into his mouth.4 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]DFDLG to put manure into soil or to move soil around using a large garden forkfork something in/over etc In November, the soil should be forked over. fork out (something) fork something ↔ over→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
forkThe tail is deeply forked and ends in fine points.The filaments themselves are forked at various places and often meander wildly.Then with a wave she forked left and was gone.I crossed a railroad overpass and reached a bunch of shacks where two highways forked off, both for Denver.These sums, unsurprisingly, are forked out by the taxpayer.Taxpayers have forked over $ 1. 1 billion in interest payments.Certainly nothing I could easily fork oyer, and clearly, no one else will offer to do it.Anna forked some more potatoes onto her plate.