Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

widelec in English:

1. fork fork


There is a fork missing.
Tom mistakenly ate his entree with his salad fork.
The small fork is for your salad, and the large one is for the main course.
Many people use a fork for cutting and eating food.
I used fork
Stick a fork in the turkey to check if it's done.
The fork made its way to Western tables several hundred years later, but it was not immediately accepted.
We came to a fork in the road and had no idea which direction to go.
Chinese food was served in small portions which did not require cutting with a knife or fork.
Although the fork entered society on the tables of rich people, many members of royalty, such as Elizabeth I of England and Louis XIV of France, ate with their fingers.
It is characteristic of the fork ball, one of baseball's change-ups, that a ball that flew straight will drop suddenly just before the batter.
Most people who eat with a fork live in Europe, North America, and South America; people who eat with chop sticks live in Africa, the Near East, Indonesia, and India.
Use a fork instead of your fingers.
I can’t use chopsticks. Have you got a fork?
The correct setting for silverware is the fork on the left side of the plate and on the right side the knife then the spoon.

English word "widelec"(fork) occurs in sets:

Dominik, session 4, 19/08/2018 part 2
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ANGIELSKI justyna zeszyt - fiszki part 2
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Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 8