noun, plural fo·li·os.
- (in a book) the number of each page.
- (in a newspaper) the number of each page together with the date and the name of the newspaper.
verb (used with object), fo·li·oed, fo·li·o·ing.
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Over the course of nearly 25 years Priore stole roughly 320 items from the library, badly damaging many atlases and folios in the process.Forget Art and Gems, Thieves Make Discreet Millions at the Library|Candida Moss|May 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
Like yacht and horse racing, wine making is a wildly expensive proposition, says Michael Mondavi, founder of Folio Wines.
Now if we double the last 16, it gives us the date of the second Folio in 32 and 32 reversed gives us the date of the first Folio.
It was a middle sized folio, of 1,090 pages and sold for three rix dollars a copy.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
He visited us at Thorpe several times, and was unusually well and in good spirits, with sketchbook or folio always in hand.East Anglia|J. Ewing Ritchie
Folio volumes with copper-plates have been written on it; and are not yet all pasted in bandboxes, or slit into spills.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. I. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
The fourth Folio appeared in 1685 or 21 years after the third Folio.