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Synonyms for fold

go bankrupt


fold something in


Synonyms for fold

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

to undergo sudden financial failure

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

to give way mentally and emotionally

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

Synonyms for fold

an angular or rounded shape made by folding

a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church

a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock

a group of sheep or goats


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a pen for sheep

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the act of folding

incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating

cease to operate or cause to cease operating

confine in a fold, like sheep


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become folded or folded up

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Students may also discover that all shapes can be partitioned into the smallest triangle (with area 25/16 square units), thereby allowing one to find the area of all shapes by counting the number of the smallest triangles and multiplying by 25/16 to find the area of the folded shape.
Because proteins are far smaller than the most diminutive bacterium, figuring out what each one looks like in its final, folded form is far from easy.
Use a hole punch to punch a hole a quarter inch from the folded edge of each strip.
Opt to cook the folded quesadillas (or two tortillas stacked with the filling in between) in a large nonstick skillet with a few teaspoons butter or oil (or a combination of the two) on top of the stove or bake, microwave or grill them.
The middle pair of seats had lower cushions that folded into depressions in the floor, and the seat backs could be folded flat on top of them.
In practice, researchers often tackle a simpler task than that of predicting a protein's folded structure based on its amino acid sequence.
Proteins can also form collapsed, partially folded states.
The Peace Memorial in Hiroshima, Japan holds two paper cranes folded by a girl named Sadako Sasaki.
This card is comprised of a 5 x 7" folded card and a large, three-panel accordion that is attached by the consumer and pulls out to show either three or five large photos with an optional personalized message.
An absorbent material has first and second sections folded along the fold line and moved relative to one another to form a pocket.
The problem of returning a creased sheet to its neatly folded state gets tougher when you're not sure if the sheet can be folded into a flat packet and when you're not permitted to change the crease directions.
Keeping the paper folded, cut along the line, around the turkey, then back along the line.
Recent mapping has led to a new interpretation of the M7 satellite deposit to the Jinlonggou deposit at the Tanjianshan Gold Project in China, 85% owned by Afcan The mineralised package of diorites and phyllites is now interpreted as folded into an antiformal structure, complementary to the Jinlonggou synform 300 metres to the northwest.
The core structure is folded upon itself so that the first and second end portions are aligned substantially parallel to one another.
The researchers found that the chains folded into spiral structures resembling alpha helices in proteins, suggesting that hydrogen bonds are not central to the folding of alpha helices.