bifold

[bahy-fohld]
adjective
capable of being folded into two parts, as with leaves that are hinged together: a bifold door; bifold shutters.
Also, bifolding.


Origin:
bi-1 + -fold

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The small tray table is now bifold, but if you are big you may struggle to fully open it.
Beside the mantel is a bifold closet door with recessed panels and well-preserved graining in yellow and brown.
Other permanent designs include the familiar bifold shutters having two leaves, one attached to each side of the window.
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