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Spanish translation of “border”

border

noun /ˈboːdə/
the edge of a particular thing
borde
the border of a picture/handkerchief.
the boundary of a country
frontera
They’ll ask for your passport at the border.
a flower bed round the edge of a lawn etc
arriate
a flower border.
borderline adjective doubtful; on the border between one thing and another
caso límite
He was a borderline case, so we gave him an additional test to see if he would pass it.
(Definition of border from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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