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- adj. That can be folded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being folded into a more compact form.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being folded up and stored
Looks like the insect bike has a "foldable" trekking bar.
1 / 1 Art of Football projects, design duo Rebecca and Mike have worked on projects with a broad range of clients, namely the foldable 'Airmail Dress' created for
HP also wants to separate displays from mobile devices, taking advantage of future platforms such as foldable displays and large screens that sit in a room and wait to link up with mobile devices.
Besides travel guides and tour pamphlets, visitors could also pick up railway time tables and check on tourism magazines and other needs such as foldable tables.
The base had HESCO barricades, a kind of foldable metal mesh that can be filled with sand and rock to make an eight foot tall walls to keep out terrorists.
"foldable" bag, Nia and Yoko cellstrap, and the rest was history.
You get a bunch of green stones that represent sanity points, and the rule book, which is a glossy foldable half-sheet.
- And one of those foldable chairs for around the campsite!
How about a foldable (yes, foldable) set of bamboo panniers?
The foldable bike is the best solution because I can carry it and take tha metro railway for very long distances.
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