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  • 21EDGE — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. EDGE (значения). EDGE (EGPRS) (англ. Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution)  цифровая технология беспроводной передачи данных для мобильной связи, которая функционирует как надстройка… …

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  • 22edge — [[t]e̱ʤ[/t]] ♦♦ edges, edging, edged 1) N COUNT: usu with supp The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle. We were on a hill, right on the edge of town... She was standing at the… …

    English dictionary

  • 23edge — edgeless, adj. /ej/, n., v., edged, edging. n. 1. a line or border at which a surface terminates: Grass grew along the edges of the road. The paper had deckle edges. 2. a brink or verge: the edge of a cliff; the edge of disaster. 3. any of the… …

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  • 24edge — edge1 [ edʒ ] noun *** ▸ 1 part farthest out ▸ 2 sharp side of blade/tool ▸ 3 advantage ▸ 4 strange quality ▸ 5 angry tone in voice ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count the part of something that is farthest from its center: Bring the two edges together and… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 25edge — I UK [edʒ] / US noun Word forms edge : singular edge plural edges *** 1) [countable] the part of something that is furthest from its centre Bring the two edges together and fasten them securely. edge of: The railway station was built on the edge… …

    English dictionary

  • 26edge — /ɛdʒ / (say ej) noun 1. the border or part adjacent to a line of division; a brim or margin: the horizon s edge. 2. a brink or verge: the edge of a precipice. 3. one of the narrow surfaces of a thin, flat object: a book with gilt edges. 4. the… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 27edge — I. noun Etymology: Middle English egge, from Old English ecg; akin to Latin acer sharp, Greek akmē point Date: before 12th century 1. a. the cutting side of a blade < a razor s edge > b. the sharpness of a blade < a knife with no edge > …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 28edge — 1 /edZ/ noun (C) 1 the part of an object that is furthest from its centre: Just leave it on the edge of your plate. | Suli stood at the water s edge. 2 the thin sharp part of a blade or tool that cuts: Careful that knife has a very sharp edge! 3&#8230; …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 29edge — I n. margin, border (also fig.) 1) a cutting; jagged, ragged edge 2) at, on an edge (she stood at the edge of the crater) advantage (colloq.) (esp. AE) 3) an edge on (to gain a competitive edge on smb.) misc. 4) to take the edge off one s&#8230; …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 30edge — {{11}}edge (n.) O.E. ecg corner, edge, point, also sword (Cf. ecgplega, lit. edge play, ecghete, lit. edge hate, both used poetically for battle ), from P.Gmc. *agjo (Cf. O.Fris. egg edge; O.S. eggia point, edge; M.Du. egghe, Du …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 31edge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Extreme border Nouns 1. edge, verge, brink, brow, brim, curb, margin, limit, boundary, border, skirt, rim, flange, side; mouth, jaws, lip; frame, fringe, flounce, frill, trim[ming], edging, skirting, hem …

    English dictionary for students

  • 32edge — 01. She stood at the water s [edge], and let the waves gently wash over her feet. 02. Don t leave your cup so close to the [edge] of the table, or it might fall off. 03. Derek sat on the [edge] of the new receptionist s desk, and tried to strike&#8230; …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 33edge — ac·knowl·edge; ac·knowl·edge·a·ble; dis·edge; edge; edge·less; knowl·edge·abil·i·ty; knowl·edge·able; knowl·edge·less; knowl·edge; ac·knowl·edge·ment; for·edge; knowl·edge·able·ness; knowl·edge·ably; …

    English syllables

  • 34Edge — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. &#160;&#160;Sigles d’une seule lettre &#160;&#160;Sigles de deux lettres &#160;&#160;Sigles de trois lettres &gt;&#160;Sigles de quatre lettres …

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  • 35edge — ▪ I. edge edge 1 [edʒ] noun [singular] COMMERCE have/​give somebody an edge (over somebody/​something) if a person, company, or country has an edge over others, they are more successful, profitable etc because they have an advantage that the&#8230; …

    Financial and business terms

  • 36edge — [[t]ɛdʒ[/t]] n. v. edged, edg•ing 1) a line or border at which a surface terminates: Grass grew along the edge of the road[/ex] 2) a brink or verge: the edge of a cliff; the edge of disaster[/ex] 3) any of the narrow surfaces of a thin, flat&#8230; …

    From formal English to slang

  • 37Edge TV — Infobox TV channel name = Edge TV logofile = Edge TV.gif logoalt = Edge TV logo logosize = launch = September 7, 2001 closed date = July 15, 2003 picture format = share = share as of = share source = network = owner = Corus Entertainment slogan …

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  • 38edge — n. & v. n. 1 a boundary line or margin of an area or surface. 2 a narrow surface of a thin object. 3 the meeting line of two surfaces of a solid. 4 a the sharpened side of the blade of a cutting instrument or weapon. b the sharpness of this (the&#8230; …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 39edge*/*/*/ — [edʒ] noun I 1) [C] the part of something that is furthest from its centre Victoria was sitting on the edge of the bed.[/ex] Many railway stations are built on the edge of town.[/ex] 2) [C] the sharp side of a blade or tool that is used for&#8230; …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 40edge — Synonyms and related words: A, acerbity, acidity, acidulousness, acme, acridity, acrimony, acuity, aculeate, acuminate, acumination, acuteness, adjoin, advantage, air line, allowance, alpha, anxious, apex, apogee, apprehensive, asperity,&#8230; …

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