Definition of foldout in English:

foldout

Syllabification: fold·out
Pronunciation: /ˈfōldout
 
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adjective

[attributive]
(Of a page in a book or magazine or a piece of furniture) designed to be opened out for use and then folded away: a fold-out map
More example sentences
  • On the magazine's fold-out map, south of Australia, there is nothing but an uninterrupted sea of watercolour blue.
  • This lovingly crafted book features a postcard, a cruise time-table and a fold-out map of Lyra's Oxford.
  • Eight zoning commissioners sat around a long fold-out table in an open space at town hall.

noun

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A page or piece of furniture designed to be folded open or closed.
More example sentences
  • The Saville volume features fold-outs and full-page details.
  • The box fold-out correctly shows the final episode in Season Two as ‘Ben?’
  • The packaging is attractive, and I love the plastic slipcover over the standard fold-out with gates, but I do have some minor quibbles.

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