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trifold

Syllabification: tri·fold
Pronunciation: /ˈtrīfōld
 
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Definition of trifold in English:

adjective

Triple; threefold: an ingenious trifold partnership between government, employers, and students
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  • Blog readers will note the Parliamentary Crest on the frontpage of the trifold pamphlet, meaning that the pamphlet was funded by taxpayers as opposed to use of party funds.
  • A 70-minute video, 114-page book, iron-on transfer trifold timeline of Jonah's story, and 10 life application cards with a magnetic holder help you practice compassion, share God's love, offer second chances, and more.
  • Contrary to what many prelates fear, accountability is not a threat to the bishop's trifold mission ‘to teach, to sanctify, and to govern.’

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