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(basketmaking) s/he folds or bends h/ back, folds h/ to the outside (stander, i.e., vertical splint of unfinished basket)
(basketmaking) s/he folds back the standers (vertical splints) of it (unfinished basket; i.e., folds them to the outside, before positioning rim at top)
s/he unfolds it, folds it open (chair, stroller, other jointed object)
s/he turns h/ inside-out, folds h/ back
inside-out, folded back
his foreskin is pulled or folded back
s/he is inside-out, is folded back
it is turned inside-out, is folded back
s/he folds it in two, folds it double (something sheet-like); (with plural direct object) s/he pulls them together (two curtains, cloth flaps, etc.)
s/he folds it in two, folds it double (something sheet-like)
s/he folds it diagonally (something sheet-like)
(basketmaking) s/he is folding top of stander(s) to inside of unfinished basket (once desired height has been achieved, before fitting hoop to rim)
(basketmaking )s/he folds the standers (vertical splints) of it and tucks them underneath (e.g., underneath the binder)
s/he folds it in two, folds it in half (something sheet-like)
s/he is folded twice, is wrapped twice
(basketmaking) s/he is folding top of stander(s) to outside of unfinished basket (once desired height has been achieved, before fitting hoop to rim)
(basketmaking) s/he folds back the standers (vertical splints) of it (unfinished basket; i.e., folds them to the outside, before positioning rim at top)
it is folded in such a way
(basketmaking) s/he folds in the standers (vertical splints) of it (unfinished basket; before positioning rim at top)
(basketmaking) s/he folds the standers (vertical splints) of it using left hand
s/he is folded open; s/he is uncovered, open (having been covered with cloth, paper, etc.)
it is folded open; it is uncovered, open (having been covered with cloth, paper, etc.)
(basketmaking) s/he folds the standers (vertical splints) of it over something (e.g., over the binder)
s/he folds h/ (e.g., rope, so that the two parts lie against each other), folds h/ and cracks h/ (e.g., ash splint)
s/he folds it and cracks it (e.g., stick: bending it so that the two parts lie against each other)