Definition of 'up-and-over'
Example sentences containing 'up-and-over'
They were the old-fashioned kind: no up-and-over, no radio-operated switch, just solid wooden doors on hinges, secured by two bolts.A MEANS TO EVIL (2002)
She zapped the up-and-over garage door with the little black box on her keyring and the door slid quietly open.DEAD BEAT (2002) KICK BACK (2002)
Definition of up-and-over from the Collins English Dictionary
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