bifold

adjective
bi·fold | \ˈbī-ˌfōld \

Definition of bifold 

: designed to fold twice bifold doors a bifold wallet

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The house has a unique interior courtyard with a fireplace, a bonus/game room, 10-foot bifold doors, and a five-car garage with attic storage. Lorraine Longhi, azcentral, "Luxury homes: $6M PV mansion has solar photo-voltaic system, views of Mummy Mountain," 30 Apr. 2018 Pros Bifold doors offer a solution in areas that can't accommodate the swing of a traditional door. Elle Decor Staff, ELLE Decor, "Interior Doors," 14 Mar. 2008

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First Known Use of bifold

1848, in the meaning defined above

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