English-Spanish translations for fork

  • tenedorPor tanto, esta agencia debe también, además de poner remedio a todo esto, garantizar la seguridad desde la horca al tenedor. Therefore, this agency must also, other than resolving all those problems, ensure food safety from the farm to the fork. La Unión Europea ha estado impulsando la capacidad de seguimiento de alimentos del tipo "del campo al tenedor", pero es esencial reconocer que todavía queda mucho por hacer. The Union has been advocating the capacity for monitoring types of food 'from field to fork', but it is essential to recognise that there is still a lot to do. Sin embargo, el tipo de tenedor con el que comemos, o el aspecto de nuestra bicicleta o del techo de nuestra casa no tienen nada que ver con la economía, pero es una expresión de la cultura. However, the kind of fork we eat with, or what our bicycle or the roof of our house looks like, has nothing to do with the economy, but is an expression of culture.
  • horquilla
  • trinche
  • bifurcaciónHemos llegado a una bifurcación del camino en la cual debemos decidir si la cohesión territorial y un verdadero desarrollo sostenible son o no los símbolos de la política europea. We have come to a fork in the road where we must decide whether or not territorial cohesion and true sustainable development are the symbols of European policy.
  • bifurcar
  • bifurcarse
  • horcaPor tanto, esta agencia debe también, además de poner remedio a todo esto, garantizar la seguridad desde la horca al tenedor. Therefore, this agency must also, other than resolving all those problems, ensure food safety from the farm to the fork. Poner remedio a todo esto es uno de los objetivos principales de esta agencia para garantizar la salud y la seguridad del consumidor desde la "horca al tenedor". Putting all these things right is one of the main objectives of this agency, in order to safeguard the health and safety of the consumer all the way from the farm to the fork.

Definition of fork

  • A pronged tool having a long straight handle, used for digging, lifting, throwing etc
  • A pronged tool for use in the garden; a smaller hand fork for weeding etc., or larger for turning over the soil
  • A utensil with spikes used to put solid food into the mouth, or to hold food down while cutting
  • An intersection in a road or path where one road is split into two
  • One of the parts into which anything is furcated or divided; a prong; a branch of a stream, a road, etc.; a barbed point, as of an arrow
  • A point where a waterway, such as a river, splits and goes two different directions
  • A point in time where one has to make a decision between two life paths
  • A splitting-up of an existing process into itself and a child process executing parts of the same program
  • Any of the software projects resulting from such a split
  • A split in a blockchain resulting from protocol disagreements, or a branch of the blockchain resulting from such a split
  • A forklift
  • The set of blades of a forklift, on which the goods to be raised are loaded
  • To divide into two or more branches
  • To move with a fork (as hay or food
  • To spawn a new child process in some sense duplicating the existing process
  • To split a distributed version control repository
  • To shoot into blades, as corn does
  • The bottom of a sump into which the water of a mine drains
  • To bale a shaft dry

Examples

  • West Fork White River and East Fork White River join together to form the White River of Indiana
  • LibreOffice is a fork of OpenOffice
  • Are you qualified to drive a fork?
  • The fork can be equipped with a suspension on mountain bikes
  • A road, a tree, or a stream forks.

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