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margin

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmɑːdʒɪn/
AMOUNT the difference between two amounts of time, money, etc, usually between people in a competition
özellikle yarışmada iki zaman/para vs. arasındaki fark, marj
to win by a narrow/wide margin He took third place by a margin of seven minutes.StatisticsDifferent and differenceProfits and losses
SPACE an empty space down the side of a page of writing
sayfa kenarlarında bırakılan boşluk
You can make notes in the margin.Books and parts of books
a margin of error the amount by which a calculation can be wrong but still produce a good result
hata marjı/payı
a margin of error of 5 percentStatistics
Translations of “margin”
in Korean 여백…
in Arabic هامِش…
in French marge, bord…
in Italian margine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 差額, 差數,差額…
in Russian запас, преимущество, поле (страницы)…
in Polish różnica, margines…
in Spanish margen…
in Portuguese margem…
in German der Rand, die Grenze, der Überschuß…
in Catalan marge…
in Japanese 余白…
in Chinese (Simplified) 差额, 差数,差额…
(Definition of margin from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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