foldover

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

fold +‎ over

Adjective[edit]

foldover (not comparable)

  1. Having one component that folds over the top of another.
    • 2007 October 28, Rob Walker, “Timeless Object”, New York Times:
      Or the Timeless Bracelet, designed by Ina Seifart: a link-style watchband with a traditional foldover clasp, it has no face at all, just an open spot where you would expect to see one.

Noun[edit]

foldover (plural foldovers)

  1. Any food prepared by folding, such as a calzone or apple turnover.
    • 2007, Pillsbury Holiday Baking (page 68)
      Assemble the foldovers and arrange them on a foil-lined cookie sheet; freeze until firm.