English → English - edge

Pronunciation
n. line at which a surface ends; line where two surfaces meet; thin sharp side of a blade; sharpness of a blade; excitement
v. sharpen; provide with an edge or border; advance gradually or furtively
adj. at or constituting a place where two surfaces meet

English → Spanish - edge

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s. borde, arista, canto, lado, linde, orilla, reborde, vera; margen; filo, lado cortante
v. bordear; afilar, sacar filo a; avanzar ligeramente; ribetear, formar un borde en, orillar, orlar

English → French - edge

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n. bout; embout, bord, rebord
v. aiguiser, affiler, aplanir, raboter; avancer lentement

English → German - edge

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n. Kante; Spitze
v. sich vorwärts schieben; schärfen; ankanten
adj. kantig; angrenzend

English → Indonesian - edge

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n. mata pisau, pinggir, tepi, tepian, susur, susuran, gigi, bibir, lin, birai, bilai, lembidang, pelipir, rusuk, tebing, tubir, aris
v. memberi pinggir, memotong pinggir

English → Italian - edge

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s. taglio, filo, parte tagliente; bordo, orlo; margine, estremità, limitare; ciglio; spigolo; contorno; (fig) incisività, mordente; acredine, acrimonia; (fam) vantaggio
v. affilare, arrotare; bordare, orlare; costeggiare, fiancheggiare

English → Polish - edge

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n. ostrze, krawędź, grań, grzbiet, brzeg, brzeszcze, kraj, skraj, burta, kant, lamówka, obwódka, rąbek, bramowanie, obramowanie, obrzeżenie, oblamowanie, wrąb, zrąb, zrąbek, cyrkiel
v. ostrzyć, oberznąć, obrzeżać, obszyć, obdziergać, oblamować, okantować, bramować, obramować

English → Portuguese - edge

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s. beira, margem; esquina; corte
v. guarnecer, debruar; avançar lentamente

English → Romanian - edge

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n. margine, muchie, dungă, buză, cant, ascuţiş, tăiş, creastă, creştet, vârf, tivitură, tiv, hotar, limită, agerime, avantaj {fam.}
v. ascuţi, face o margine, netezi, tunde, strecura, strecura: se strecura

English → Russian - edge

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с. острие, лезвие, режущая кромка, острота; край, кромка, окраина, кайма, обрез; бордюр, бордюрный камень; кряж, хребет; грань, ребро; опорная призма; критическое положение
г. точить, окаймлять; обрезать; пробираться, пролезать

English → Turkish - edge

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f. keskinleştirmek, kenar yapmak, yavaş yavaş ilerletmek, yan yan gitmek, sokulmak
i. keskin kenar, ağız, kıyı, keskinlik, şiddet, kenar, kesit, üstünlük

English → Ukrainian - edge

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n. край, кромка, вістря, лезо, гострість, бордюр, кряж, хребет, ребро, кайма, криса, лезво, руб
v. точити, загострювати, облямовувати, край: обрізувати краї, просуватися: повільно просуватися, відточувати, лямувати

English → Dutch - edge

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zn. kant, rand; punt
ww. (langzaam/voorzichtig) bewegen; scherpen, wetten

English → Greek - edge

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ουσ. άκρο, άκρη, κόψη, χείλος
ρήμ. ακονίζω, προχωρώ βραδέα

English → Arabic - edge

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‏حرف، حدة، حد، حافة، شفا، ضفة، هامش، حاشية، تخم، الشفير الحافة العليا من المركب‏
‏شحذ، أحاط، دخل تدريجيا، تقدم شيئا فشيئا، جعل له حدا‏

English → Chinese - edge

Pronunciation
(名) 边缘, 刀刃, 尖锐
(动) 使锋利; 镶边; 挤进; 缓缓移动; 侧着移动

English → Chinese - edge

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(名) 邊緣, 刀刃, 尖銳
(動) 使鋒利; 鑲邊; 擠進; 緩緩移動; 側著移動

English → Hindi - edge

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n. धार, किनारा, जीभ
v. धार रखना

English → Japanese - edge

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(動) 縁を付ける; 刃を付ける; じりじり動かす
(名) 縁; 際; 刃; 鋭さ; 優勢
(形) 縁の, 角の

English → Korean - edge

Pronunciation
명. 가장자리; 모서리; 날; 거나함
동. 날카롭게 하다; 날을 세우다; 비스듬히 나아가다

English → Vietnamese - edge

Pronunciation
n. bề lưỡi, cạnh, góc, chớp, mép, bờ, rìa, miệng, bề mặt hẹp, biên, lúc, thời kỳ nguy kịch
v. mài cho bén, cho sắc, viền vải, đắp lề đường

Definition of edge

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The boundary line of a surface.
2. A one-dimensional face of a polytope. In particular, the joining line between two vertices of a polygon; the place where two faces of a polyhedron meet.
3. An advantage.
I have the edge on him.
4. The thin cutting side of the blade of an instrument, such as an ax, knife, sword, or scythe; that which cuts as an edge does, or wounds deeply, etc.
5. A sharp terminating border; a margin; a brink; an extreme verge.
The cup is right on the edge of the table.
He is standing on the edge of a precipice.
6. Sharpness; readiness or fitness to cut; keenness; intenseness of desire.
7. The border or part adjacent to the line of division; the beginning or early part; as, in the edge of evening.
8. A shot where the ball comes off the edge of the bat, often unintentionally.
9. A connected pair of vertices in a graph.
10. In male masturbation, a level of sexual arousal that is maintained just short of reaching the point of inevitability, or climax; see also edging.
Verb
11. To move an object slowly and carefully in a particular direction.
He edged the book across the table.
12. To move slowly and carefully in a particular direction.
He edged away from her.
13. To win by a small margin.
14. To hit the ball with an edge of the bat, causing a fine deflection.
15. To trim the margin of a lawn where the grass meets the sidewalk, usually with an electric or gas-powered lawn edger.
16. To furnish with an edge; to construct an edging.
17. To furnish with an edge, as a tool or weapon; to sharpen.
18. To make sharp or keen; to incite; to exasperate; to goad; to urge or egg on.
19. To delay one's orgasm so as to remain almost at the point of orgasm.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: edging
Present: edge (3.person: edges)
Past: edged
Future: will edge
Present conditional: would edge
Present Perfect: have edged (3.person: has edged)
Past Perfect: had edged
Future Perfect: will have edged
Past conditional: would have edged
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