Definition of trifold in US English:

trifold

adjective

  • Triple; threefold.

    ‘an ingenious trifold partnership between government, employers, and students’
    • ‘A 70-minute video, 114-page book, iron-on transfer trifold timeline of Jonah's story, and 10 life application cards with a magnetic holder help you practice compassion, share God's love, offer second chances, and more.’
    • ‘The language options are trifold for both sound and vision: audio and subtitles are both provided in English, French, and Spanish.’
    • ‘Contrary to what many prelates fear, accountability is not a threat to the bishop's trifold mission ‘to teach, to sanctify, and to govern.’’
    • ‘Blog readers will note the Parliamentary Crest on the frontpage of the trifold pamphlet, meaning that the pamphlet was funded by taxpayers as opposed to use of party funds.’

Pronunciation

trifold

/ˈtrīfōld/