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fold-down

[fohld-doun] /ˈfoʊldˌdaʊn/
adjective
1.
designed to be folded out for use and collapsed when not in use:
a fold-down tray on the back of an airplane seat; a fold-down trailer for camping.
Origin
adj. use of verb phrase fold down
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  • Given the opportunity, fold-down posts will be misused.
  • Along both sides of the cabin, fold-down benches are provided which project into the exterior circulation path.
  • The three hinges along the fold-down drop gate can crack or break and allow babies to have their fingers pinched.

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