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Translation of "verge" - English-Spanish dictionary

verge

noun   /vɜːdʒ/
be on the verge of (doing) something
If you are on the verge of something, you are very near to experiencing it. estar a un paso de (hacer) algo The scientists are on the verge of making an important breakthrough.1896
UK the edge of a road or path, usually covered in grass hierba al borde del camino
(Definition of verge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

verge

noun /vəːdʒ/
(British ) the (grass) edging of a garden bed, a road etc margen, borde; arcén It’s illegal to drive on the grass verge.
(Definition of verge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “verge”
in Korean 가장자리…
in Arabic حافّة…
in Malaysian bahu jalan…
in French bord…
in Russian край…
in Chinese (Traditional) 邊, 邊緣, 邊沿…
in Italian ciglio stradale…
in Turkish yol kenarı…
in Polish pobocze, krawędź drogi…
in Vietnamese bờ, ven…
in Portuguese margem, beira…
in Thai ริม (ถนน, ทางเดิน)…
in German der Rand…
in Catalan marge (d’herba)…
in Japanese (草や芝生のはえた)道端…
in Chinese (Simplified) 边, 边缘, 边沿…
in Indonesian tepi…
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