Definition of フォーク

フォーク

fooku

Common word
noun
1.
fork
2.
folk, folk song(only relevant for フォーク)
3.
hawk(only relevant for ホーク)
Other readings:
ホーク
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 32 results)

The child handles a knife and fork well

We usually eat with a knife, fork and spoon

There is a fork missing

Before forks and chopsticks, people usually ate food with a piece of flat bread

しゅ
歌手
たいしゅ
大衆
たいへん
大変
にん
人気
That folk singer is very popular with people in general

He handled the knife and fork very well

Chinese food was served in small portions which did not require cutting with a knife or fork

ぜんかい
全世界
にんげん
人間
ゆび
つか
使う
ひとびと
人々
つか
使う
ひとびと
人々
つか
使う
ひとびと
人々
All the world is divided into three types of people - finger-users, chopstick-users, and fork-users

They eat with a knife and fork

Give us two knives and four forks, please

A fork fell off the table

There is a rule concerning the use of knives and forks

She shined the knives and forks for Mother

Those who use forks or chopsticks often think people who don't are uncivilized

The maid arranged the knives and forks on the table

What is that song called that Mr. Tsuji was singing in the TV show

The fork made its way to Western tables several hundred years later, but it was not immediately accepted

Forks and chopsticks became popular because they could easily handle hot food

Forks were used for many years in Europe and the Near East, but only for cooking

しょくじ
食事
よう
いっぱん
一般に
つか
使われ
はじ
始めた
げん
紀元後
10
せい
世紀
The general use of forks for eating started in the tenth century A.D
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