a page larger than the trim size of a magazine or book, folded one or more times so as not to extend beyond the pages; gatefold.
that must be unfolded to be used, read, viewed, etc.:
a cabinet with a foldout table.
(printing) another name for gatefold
1961, from fold (v.) + out.
[fohld-uhp] /ˈfoʊldˌʌp/ noun 1. something, as a chair or bed, that can be folded up and stored away when not in use. 2. termination or closing: the foldup of the town’s newspaper. 3. a giving in; capitulation: a foldup of management under union pressure.
[foh-lee] /ˈfoʊ li/ adjective 1. of or relating to motion-picture sound effects produced manually: a Foley artist. /ˈfəʊlɪ/ noun 1. (films) the US name for footsteps editor
[foh-lee-uh] /ˈfoʊ li ə/ noun 1. plural of . [fuh-lee-uh] /fəˈli ə/ noun 1. a wild and noisy Portuguese carnival dance accompanied by tambourines, performed at a frantic pace by men dressed as women and often carrying masked boys on their shoulders. [Spanish faw-lee-ah] /Spanish fɔˈli ɑ/ noun, plural folías [Spanish faw-lee-ahs] /Spanish fɔˈli ɑs/ […]
noun 1. an indwelling catheter used for draining urine from the bladder and having an inflatable part at the bladder end that allows the tube to be kept in place for variable time periods. Foley catheter Fo·ley catheter (fō’lē) n. A catheter held in the bladder by an inflatable balloon.