Definition of up-and-over in English:

up-and-over

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adjective

(Of a door, typically one to a garage) opened by being raised and pushed back into a horizontal position.
More example sentences
  • There is also an integrated single garage with up-and-over door; this could easily be converted to an additional bedroom or playroom, depending on the requirements of the new owner.
  • Outside, the property includes a side lawn with herbaceous borders and colourful flowerbeds as well as a large cobblelock driveway and a single garage with up-and-over door.
  • A detached double garage with up-and-over door provides additional parking and, as it is plumbed for heating and utilities, is ripe for conversion to a granny flat or home gym.

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