In 10 fold cross-validation, you split your dataset into 10 sections, 9 of them are for train and one for test set (there is no validation set), for example, if your dataset is 100 samples, inside a loop, in the first fold (first loop iter), the model train on 90 samples and the rest 10 are for testing the model, and loop is continued until all the dataset is used for training and testing.
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and in python, you can implement 10 fold cross-validation using sklearn library here
Now, because your dataset is already split into 10 fold, you have two choices:
1- The easiest way is to combine your dataset into one set then using a specific library to do the 10 fold cross validation for you.
2- write code by yourself to loop over your 10 fold data, in the first iter use the first section for testing and the rest 9 for the training, in the second iter, use the second section for testing, and the first and other 8 sections for training, the loop should continue 10 times until all the data is used for training and testing.
this is the idea behind 10 fold cross validation if this not applicable for your dataset, I think 10 fold is not good in your case.