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Another word for fold

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Verb
  1. To bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

    See also:

    order

    smooth

  2. To undergo sudden financial failure

      1. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
      2. To cause to give up a habit:
      3. To fail to conform to; violate:
      1. (Informal) To smash or break, especially forcefully:
      2. To cause to come to an end; break up:
      3. To burst or break
      1. To fall down or fall to pieces, as when supports or sides fail to hold; cave in; shrink together suddenly
      2. To break down suddenly; fail; give way
      3. To cause to fold, break down, or fall down or inward.
      1. (Informal) To get into (a party, theater, etc.) without an invitation, ticket, etc.
      2. To break or dash into pieces; smash; shatter
      3. To fall, collide, or break with force and with a loud, smashing noise
      1. To get a grade of failure in (a subject)
      2. To receive an academic grade below the acceptable minimum in (a course, for example):
      3. To give way or be made otherwise useless as a result of excessive strain:
      1. (Idiomatic) to be named, to call oneself
      2. To descend into a body of water
      3. (Idiomatic) to go bankrupt, to collapse
  3. To give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

      1. To indicate (agreement, thanks, etc.) by bowing
      2. To yield or submit, as to authority
      3. To yield in defeat or out of courtesy; submit.
      1. To become fastened with a buckle.
      2. To succumb, as to exhaustion or authority; give in:
      3. To yield reluctantly to pressure; submit; give in
      1. To give up all resistance; acquiesce:
      2. To surrender under specified conditions:
      3. To give up (to an enemy) on prearranged conditions; surrender conditionally
      1. To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
      2. To yield to the action, control, power, etc. of another or others; also, to subject or allow to be subjected to treatment, analysis, etc. of some sort
      3. To subject to a condition or process:
      1. To die, especially from a disease or injury.
      2. To give way (to); yield; submit
      3. To submit to an overpowering force or yield to an overwhelming desire; give up or give in.
      1. To yield or resign (oneself) to an emotion, influence, etc.
      2. To give up or abandon:
      3. (Law) To effectuate a surrender of.
      1. To produce a return for effort or investment:
      2. To give over possession of, as in deference or defeat; surrender:
      3. To give up, as in defeat; surrender or submit.
    See also:

    resist

  4. To give way mentally and emotionally

      1. To cause to give up a habit:
      2. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
      3. To fail to conform to; violate:
      1. To fall down or fall to pieces, as when supports or sides fail to hold; cave in; shrink together suddenly
      2. To break down suddenly; fail; give way
      3. To cause to fold, break down, or fall down or inward.
      1. To break through (an obstacle) in order to win acceptance or acknowledgment:
      2. To cause to break with a sharp snapping sound:
      3. To cause to break without complete separation of parts:
      1. To close, fasten, go into place, etc. with a snapping sound
      2. To take up something suddenly and eagerly; snatch or grasp:
      3. To pull apart or break with a snapping sound.
    See also:

    explosion

Noun
  1. A line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

    See also:

    smooth

Another word for fold

Noun
  1. Folded material

  2. The line at which material is folded

  3. Animal pen

      1. Any openwork structure or frame, as some elevator cars
      2. A structure for confining birds or animals, enclosed on at least one side by a grating of wires or bars that lets in air and light.
      3. (--- Baseball) A batting cage.
      1. A defensive area made by drawing up covered wagons to form an enclosing circle
      2. A circle of wagons, either for the purpose of trapping livestock, or for defense.
      3. An enclosure for livestock, especially a circular one.
      1. Alternative spelling of co-op.
      2. A cramped or uncomfortably confined space.
      3. A small cage, pen, or building as for poultry
    See also:

    enclosure

Verb
  1. To enclose

    See also:

    wrap

  2. To place or lay in folds

  3. *To fail

    See also:

    fail

    give