Definition of bifold in English:

bifold

Line breaks: bi|fold
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌɪfəʊld
 
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adjective

Double or twofold.
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  • Within each doorway are two tiers of double bifold blinds with moveable slats, each tier four feet tall.
  • We have created a cab/chassis combination that is modified to duplicate the way retail milk has been delivered for years, a bifold side door, a sliding passage door and a large front windshield.
  • A five-foot wide set of bifold doors with a wood frame would require an opening that was five-foot two-inches in width, and the height would again be 82 inches.

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