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Translation of "margin" - English-Spanish dictionary

margin

noun   /ˈmɑː·dʒɪn/
an empty space down the side of a page of writing margen You can make notes in the margin.
(Definition of margin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

margin

noun /ˈmaːdʒin/
the blank edge round a page of writing or print margen Please write your comments in the margin.
an edge or border margen the margin of the lake.
something extra, beyond what should be needed margen There is very little margin for error in Grand Prix racing.
marginal adjective
small and almost non-existent or unimportant marginal, al margen a marginal improvement.
(Definition of margin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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