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English definition of “verge”

verge

noun [C] uk   /vɜːdʒ/ us    /vɝːdʒ/
the edge or border of something: They set up camp on the verge of the desert. UK (US shoulder) the strip of land that borders a road or path: She left her car by the side of the road and walked along the grass verge to the emergency phone.
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