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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A thin, sharpened side, as of the blade of a cutting instrument.
- noun: The degree of sharpness of a cutting blade.
- noun: A penetrating, incisive quality: "His simplicity sets off the satire, and gives it a finer edge” ( William Hazlitt).
- noun: A slight but noticeable sharpness or harshness: His voice had an edge to it.
- noun: Keenness, as of desire or enjoyment; zest: The brisk walk gave an edge to my appetite.
- noun: The line of intersection of two surfaces: the edge of a brick; the table's rounded edges.
- noun: A rim or brink: the edge of a cliff.
- noun: The point at which something is likely to begin: on the edge of war.
- noun: The area or part away from the middle; an extremity: lifted the carpet's edge.
- noun: A dividing line; a border: a house on the edge of town. See Synonyms at
- noun: A margin of superiority; an advantage: a slight edge over the opposition.
- noun: A provocative or discomforting quality, as from audacity or innovativeness: "Over all, the show will have a grittier edge” ( Constance C.R. White).
- verb-transitive: To give an edge to (a blade); sharpen.
- verb-transitive: To tilt (a ski or both skis) in such a way that an edge or both edges bite into the snow.
- verb-transitive: To put a border or edge on: edged the quilt with embroidery.
- verb-transitive: To act as or be an edge of: bushes that edged the garden path.
- verb-transitive: To advance or push slightly or gradually: The dog edged the ball with its nose.
- verb-transitive: To trim or shape the edge of: edge a lawn.
- verb-transitive: To surpass or beat by a small margin. Often used with out: The runner edged her opponent out at the last moment.
- verb-intransitive: To move gradually or hesitantly: The child edged toward the door.
- idiom: on edge Highly tense or nervous; irritable.
- idiom: on the edge In a precarious position.
- idiom: on the edge In a state of keen excitement, as from danger or risk: "the excitement of combat, of living on the edge” ( Nelson DeMille).
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- on edg nekantrus
- the knife has no edge peilis atšipo
- to take the edg off one's appetite numalšinti alkį
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