Folding

(redirected from fold)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Folding

A slang term for a large amount of money, especially cash.
References in periodicals archive ?
Try them on, and you'll see that their innovative approach makes them the best reading glasses you'll ever fold.
It is a type of fold that may require a litA[degrees] tle more practice, but once you know how it is done, it will add a sophisticatA[degrees]ed touch to any outfit.
Glottic closure was incomplete (an hourglass configuration), and gaps were present anterior and posterior to the vocal fold lesions.
I then start folding to reach that square letting the spectator have choices on whether I fold a column or a row.
Potential application of this finding includes assisting otolaryngologists to optimize surgical procedures to correct vocal fold paralysis with an implant that changes the position of the damaged vocal fold," Plesniak said.
Next comes a mountain fold group, in which all the points go up.
We fold down the centre of the page parallel to the long sides to form a visible crease XY (the axis of symmetry).
Fold on a flat surface, unless you are told to lift your model (the thing you are making).
Nokia 3610 fold: Usability meets understated elegance Today, Nokia introduced the compact new Nokia 3610 Fold phone.
The present study is especially aimed at examining the tectonic importance of such folds, and could be put to use for evaluation of the regional fold geometry based on their orientations.
4 -- color) no caption (book: ''Napkins With a Twist: Fabulous Folds With Flair for Every Occassion'')
Fold both ends of the ribbon under a half inch, and iron into place.