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  • EN [ ˈedʒɪŋ]
  • US [ ˈɛdʒɪŋ]

English definition


  • 1. border consisting of anything placed on the edge to finish something (such as a fringe on clothing or on a rug)

Example sentences

  • Coursing through arteries , replicating the way, edging into new sites to wreak havoc.

  • Unemployment is edging up.

  • Housing prices have been edging up since December.

  • " I'll try to,'said Bob smiling, and edging closer to Carrie.

  • But the low turnout dispelled hope that Algeria may be edging towards true democracy.

  • He frightened her, edging so close, a seemingly hungry stranger.

  • You make your skis turn by edging them and shifting your weight simultaneously.

  • Here, Peter edging toward his deepest concern for new believers.

  • Not only are Mr Sarkozy's numbers edging down ; but also Ms Royal's seem to be reviving.

  • Die structure characteristics and working procedure were introduced and edging process was analyzed.

  • She produced a white handkerchief with a blue edging.

  • He had difficulty edging in a word of his own.

  • People had crowded around the senator, but Don succeeded in edging in.

  • Homemade goods are edging out imported foreign goods.

  • Applications: It bears processes such as polishing , engraving and bevel edging.

  • We have the most edging facilities and able to produce products in every action and specification.

  • Countries edging towards signing the Hague Convention include India, Russia and Chinese mainland.

  • Here and there the passing crowds one might see and then, a loiterer edging interestedly near.

  • Border: Decorative design usually edging the page or type.

  • The boat, coming in too close, jarred against the protective edging of the harbour wall.

  • Our car is edging down upon theirs.

  • Black handle and edging create a sense of balance between natural and gorgeous.

  • Malachi had been edging round for the door, and now he made a rush for it.

  • He's edging closer to the world record.

  • I immediately thought about edging toward the exit.

  • Meanwhile, the federal Conservatives are edging ahead of the PQ's cousin, the Bloc Qu é b é cois.

  • The retail price index for September is expected to show inflation edging up to about 10.8 per cent.

  • He is edging ahead in the opinion polls.


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