noun cen·ter·fold \ˈsen-tər-ˌfōld, ˈse-nər-\

: the pages that face each other in the middle of a magazine or newspaper

: a picture of a person (such as a woman who is not wearing clothes) that is in the centerfold of a magazine

: a person whose picture is the centerfold of a magazine

Full Definition of CENTERFOLD

:  a foldout that is the center spread of a magazine
:  a picture (as of a nude) on a centerfold; also :  a model featured in such a picture

First Known Use of CENTERFOLD



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