fold back

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vt sep shutters, doorzurückfalten; sheet, bedclothesauf- or zurückschlagen
vi (shutters, door)zurückfalten, sich zurückfalten lassen
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Fold back the first row, making sure it's flat and straight; pin the short end to secure (5)
The keyboard turns on the moment you fold back the cover and turns off when you close it, preserving battery life and allowing up to one year between charges with normal use.
The eating utensils are attached to the handle by a swivel screw that allows the utensil to fold back on the handle when not in use.
1 Fold in half to make a crease down the middle and then fold back.
Designed in response to customer's requests, the company says these robust, yet mobile cages feature double-hinged, lockable doors which fold back fully 270[degrees] to provide easy access.
Unlike French windows and sliding patio doors, bi-fold doors consist of three or more doors that fold back on themselves and sit flat against one or both walls, depending if they open in the middle or at the side.
It has traction and stability control, alloys, electric front windows, 60/40 split fold back seat, voice activation and a trip computer.
If you fold back the leaf flaps, you will find he is completely.
Equipment includes start/stop, air con, leather, Bluetooth, 60/40 split fold back seat, alloys, full electric pack and loads of airbags.
Textron System officials described the 'Air Hummer' as a slowed-rotor compound system, where the blades are heavily weighted at the lips and, after vertical take-off and transition to forward flight at around 150 ft when lift is generated by the wings, the rotor mast tilts forward to allow the rotor to fold back to reduce drag.