fold-out

fold-out
UK / US adjective
a fold-out table, bed, or page is kept folded in a smaller shape when you are not using it

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  • fold|out — «FOHLD OWT», noun. an illustrated page that is extra long and has to be folded to fit into a book or magazine, and unfolded to be read …   Useful english dictionary

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