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fold Englisch:

1. fold

loose folds of skin
fold one's arms
With great effort she managed to fold one more.
Quickly Sadako tried to fold the paper before she fell asleep.
Fold A-7 in half and stick it together.
His arms are folded tightly over his chest.
A gyrus is a brain convolution or fold of tissue located in the cerebrum.
folds of the dress a fold in the hills folded in mist
prices have increased five-fold
I love dresses with folds.
Every person who wants to do a jump must fold their parachute themselves so that no one else can be blamed if it doesn't open in the air.
I folded the ​letter (in ​half) and put it in an ​envelope. Make a fold ​across the ​centre of the ​card.
A note, folded, on the pillow.
The music filled the stairwell to the third floor where the mute and unforgiving Sarah sat with her hands folded and listened with the door open.
Teach me how to fold a paper crane. I forgot how to fold it.

2. unfold

The first bright green leaves were unfolding in the hedge.
They unfolded the flag and hung it.
I didn't like the way the movie unfolded. It started so good though!
As the digital revolution has unfolded with its tiny microprocessors and long‐distance communications abilities, drones have become more and more useful for military operations.
The plot unfolds too slow in this book.
I’ve spent the last several weeks looking ahead to the possible trends that will unfold in 2018.
As the experiment unfolded...
A stunning view unfolded in front of our eyes
The couch unfolds to form a bed. We'll have more news as events unfold.
But then it happened: her baby sneezed, causing his ears to unfold.
drama unfolds
He watched her expression as she unfolded the letter. She unfolded a deckchair and sat down.
As the plot unfolds, you gradually realize that all your initial assumptions were wrong.
So, how do the promises of Scripture unfold?
But were you or I to know how the future would unfold?

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