edgenounuk /edʒ/ us /edʒ/
edge noun (OUTER POINT)
- Keep away from the edge of the cliff - you might fall.
- The alligators build their nests out of grass near the water's edge.
- The vase rolled off the edge of the table and smashed.
- Shred the lettuce and arrange it around the edge of the dish.
- I'd frayed the edges of my jeans as that was the fashion in those days.
edge noun (BLADE)
edge noun (ALMOST)
edge noun (ADVANTAGE)
- a free ride idiom
- a stick to beat sb with idiom
- an ace up your sleeve idiom
- be/stay/keep one jump ahead idiom
- cash in on sth
- in the right place at the right time idiom
- it's tough at the top idiom
- lock in sth
- lock sb out of sth
- lose out
- profit from sth
- you've got nothing to lose idiom
- your best/strongest/trump card idiom
edge noun (ANGER/NERVOUSNESS)
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edgeverb [I or T, + adv/prep]uk /edʒ/ us /edʒ/