1. to dub
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.
English word "doblar"(fold) occurs in sets:Arts and crafts and classroom stuff
3. to double
4. to bend
Several critics accused the government of trying to bend ancient religious rules.
English word "doblar"(to bend) occurs in sets:500 most important Spanish verbs 376 - 400