Definition of gatefold in English:

gatefold

Syllabification: gate·fold
Pronunciation: /ˈɡātˌfōld
 
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noun

An oversized page in a book or magazine folded to the same size as the other pages but intended to be opened out for reading.
More example sentences
  • Lift the first gatefold up, the second gatefold down and the next gatefold sideways to the left.
  • The book is notable for its four variously conceived gatefolds.
  • It is a lavish piece of publishing - four sorts of paper, double and triple gatefolds, copious colour photographs and drawings - intended to provide a visual record of the exhibition.

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