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bifold

[ bahy-fohld ]
/ ˈbaɪˌfoʊld /
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adjective

capable of being folded into two parts, as with leaves that are hinged together: a bifold door; bifold shutters.

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Also bi·fold·ing [bahy-fohl-ding] /ˈbaɪˌfoʊl dɪŋ/ .

Origin of bifold

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  • As the stomach of the calf is bifold, we have seen the mistake frequently made of saving the wrong one.

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