Definition of "fold-up" []

  • To make smaller or more compact (verb)
  • To collapse, as with laughter or pain (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "fold-up" in a sentence
  • "Once outside, I noticed people my age sitting in small quiet groups, complete with fold-up chairs and picnic baskets, listening to the music as it spilled over the walls of the arena."
  • "He was already seated in a fold-up chair facing the river."
  • "We are excited to announce that one of our favorite contemporary furniture design teams, Molo, just launched a brand new fold-up paper lantern called ‘Urchin’."
  • "I closed the door and turned around to see him staring at the stripper pole and all the fold-up chairs in my living room."