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gate·fold

 (gāt′fōld′)
n.
A foldout, especially one that opens to double the page size.

gatefold

(ˈɡeɪtˌfəʊld)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) an oversize page in a book or magazine that is folded in. Also called: foldout

fold′out`

or fold′-out`,



n.
1. a page larger than the trim size of a magazine or book, folded one or more times so as not to extend beyond the edges.
adj.
2. designed to be unfolded.
[1945–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gatefold - an oversize page that is folded in to a book or magazine
page - one side of one leaf (of a book or magazine or newspaper or letter etc.) or the written or pictorial matter it contains
centerfold, centrefold - a magazine center spread; especially a foldout of a large photograph or map or other feature
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However, it is simplistic rather than insightful, and the gatefold spread that opens to show how the worst book ever turned out is particularly disappointing and lacks impact.
A compendium of exquisite illustrations, anthropological notes on fairies and their ways, and Victorian era art "Fairy Village" is a lushly illustrated artistic treasure complete with a particularly stunning gatefold displays the full enchanting village.
I remember this moment well, if only because the reverse side of the album's gatefold sleeve had the lyrics printed on it - the first one ever to do so - giving all budding pop singers the chance to sing along with ease.
ALADDIN/BEAUTY AND THE BEAST/CINDERELLA/FINDING DORY/GUARDIANS OF GALAXY/ STAR WARS: FORCE AWAKENS PRESENTED in glossy 12in gatefold sleeves, these new versions of six of Disney's most popular animated and live action films signal a gradual reissue of the studio's vast back catalogue.
Though renowned as the legendary rock band's finest hour, its gatefold cover featured a rather drab scene of urban decay.
All of these devices feature innovative finishers and a multi-folding unit which can prepare documents in a huge variety of styles, including tri-fold, gatefold and four-fold.
It was produced 4-color (front and back) on a Xerox iGen press and finished with a gatefold.
A few choice topics get a gatefold section of their own, increasing the fun of reading this book by being able to make it bigger
Goss International recently completed a press enhancement project with Innotech involving the installation of full-color panorama gatefold capabilities for the New York Times.
Presented through a series of panoramic gatefold spreads, each image is accompanied by Mair's poetic ruminations on photography, set bilingually in German and English.
On a gatefold front cover, the rock 'n' roll weekly featured high priestess of cool Cate Le Bon and indomitable noisepoppers Joanna Gruesome while inside, scabrous rock outfit Future of the Left's new offering How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident was the publication's album of the week.
95), which packs in nearly four hundred color illustrates - over three hundred in color - and includes 12 gatefold pages as it provides a fine collection of Escher's visual art, from his woodcuts and drawings to his lithographs.