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boundary

noun /ˈbaundəri/ ( plural boundaries)
an often imaginary line separating one thing from another
frontera
The river forms a natural boundary between the two states.
(in cricket) a hit which crosses the boundary line round the field, scoring four runs or six runs
punto
He scored a couple of boundaries in the last over.
Translations of “boundary”
in Korean 경계…
in Arabic حَدّ فاصِل…
in French frontière, limite…
in Italian limite, confine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分界線, 邊界, 界限…
in Russian граница, предел…
in Turkish sınır, çizgi, hat…
in Polish granica…
in Portuguese limite, fronteira…
in German die Grenzlinie, der Schlag bis zur Spielfeldgrenze…
in Catalan límit, frontera…
in Japanese 境界線…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分界线, 边界, 界限…
(Definition of boundary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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