English version

forkful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforkfulfork‧ful /ˈfɔːkfʊl $ ˈfɔːrk-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 an amount of food on a forkforkful of 🔊 huge forkfuls of food
Examples from the Corpus
forkfulHe put more potatoes into his mouth, a forkful.After he had eaten only a few forkfuls, he felt calmer and stronger.He'd pushed forkfuls of food into his mouth, chewing it mechanically, drinking water to make swallowing easier.We grin at each other through forkfuls of spaghetti.
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