Bedeutung von “edge” — Learner’s Dictionary

edge

noun [ C ] us uk /edʒ/
Keep away from the edge of the cliff.We stayed in a cottage on the edge of the Yorkshire MoorsWater sloshed over the edge of the pool as the swimmers dived in.The path winds along the edge of the bay.The baby banged her head on the edge of the table.
OUTSIDE

B1 the part around something that is furthest from the centre:

Rick was sitting on the edge of the bed.
She ran down to the water's edge.
SIDE

B2 the part of a blade of a knife or tool that cuts:

a sharp/cutting edge

(Definition von “edge noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)