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"verge" in British English

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vergenoun [C]

uk   /vɜːdʒ/ us   /vɝːdʒ/
the edge or border of something: They set up camp on the verge of the desert.
UK US shoulder the strip of land that borders a road or path: She left her car by the side of the road and walked along the grass verge to the emergency phone.
(Definition of verge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"verge" in American English

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vergenoun [C]

us   /vɜrdʒ/
the edge, border, or limit of something
(Definition of verge from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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 Spanish hierba al borde del camino, margen, borde…
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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