- n. （复数）人们
- n. (Folks)人名；(英)福克斯
- folks (n.)
- "persons," Middle English, plural of folk (n.). Colloquial sense of "people of one's family" is from 1715. In Old English in plural use it meant only "peoples, nations."
- 1. This is it, folks: the best record guide in the business.
- 2. I can't understand why folks complain about false teeth.
- 3. "None of them are very nice folks." — "Tell me more."
- 4. These folks clearly take this ballroom thing very seriously.
- 5. Wait a minute, folks, something is wrong here.
[ folks 造句 ]