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Translation of "brink" - English-Spanish dictionary

brink

noun   /brɪŋk/
A the point where a new or different situation is about to begin borde Extreme stress had driven him to the brink of a nervous breakdown. Scientists are on the brink of (= extremely close to) a major new discovery.2013
literary the edge of a cliff or other high area borde She was standing right on the brink of the gorge.1716
(Definition of brink from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brink

noun /briŋk/
(literary) the edge or border of a steep, dangerous place or of a river borde the brink of the cliff.
(Definition of brink from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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