centerfold

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center + fold

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centerfold (plural centerfolds)

  1. The single sheet of paper that forms the middle two pages of a magazine or other publication.
  2. A large photograph printed on this sheet, typically in the form of a nude, or provocatively dressed, sexually attractive woman or man.
  3. The person appearing in such a photograph.
  4. Any very sexually attractive person, who is therefore material for such a photograph.

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  • (single sheet of paper that forms the middle two pages of a magazine):
  • (large photograph printed on this sheet): pin-up
  • (person appearing in such a photograph): pin-up, pin-up girl (woman)
  • (very sexually attractive person): babe (woman), beefcake (man), doll (woman), fox (woman), hunk (man), stud muffin (man)

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