foldable vs foldaway what difference

what is difference between foldable and foldaway

English

Etymology

fold +‎ -able

Adjective

foldable (comparative more foldable, superlative most foldable)

  1. That can be folded.

See also

  • flexible

Translations

Noun

foldable (plural foldables)

  1. Something that can be folded.
    • 2000, Canoe & Kayak Magazine (volume 28, issues 2-6, page 95)
      This should speed up assembly, although many traditionally assembled foldables can be put together in 20 minutes or less; they can be knocked down faster.
    • 2015, Cathy Vatterott, Rethinking Grading (page 50)
      Then on the right side of the page, students glue their class notes, often taken as foldables. The foldables serve as interactive graphic organizers and allow students to create flaps that reveal their notes about a specific topic.


English

Etymology

fold +‎ away

Adjective

foldaway (not comparable)

  1. That may be folded away when not in use.

Translations

See also

  • rollaway

Noun

foldaway (plural foldaways)

  1. A piece of furniture, of any kind, that can be folded away when not in use.

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