edge

edʒ

Перевод:

Noun: край кромка ребро окраина
Verb: пробираться окаймлять обшивать пролезать

Фразы:

the cutting edge of a knife - лезвие ножа

book edge tinting - закраска обреза

to caulk the edge - подчеканивать кромку

edge of cloth - кромка ткани

corded edge - край, обработанный тесьмой

to crimp the edge - загибать кромку

to curl the edge - закатывать кромку

cutting edge of a knife - режущая кромка ножа

to dull the edge of one's appetite - заморить червячка

cutting edge - острый край

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Примеры:

he sat on the edge of the bed - он сидел на краю кровати

Don't go near the edge - it isn't safe. - Не подходите к краю — это небезопасно.

Put an edge on this knife. - Надо поточить этот нож.

The city square was edged by trees. - Городская площадь была обсажена деревьями.

He fell over the cliff's edge. - Он упал с края обрыва.

He felt he was on the edge of an abyss. - Он чувствовал себя на краю бездны.

The enemy have advanced to the edge of the forest. - Неприятель достиг опушки леса.

Jennifer walked to the edge of the wood. - Дженнифер подошла к опушке леса.

a gaunt factory on the edge of town - заброшенный завод на окраине города

The knife has a turned edge, and won't cut. - У ножа погнуто лезвие, он плохо режет.

The movie will keep you on the edge of your seat. - Этот фильм будет держать вас в напряжении. / Вы не сможете оторваться от просмотра этого фильма.

She stanched her tears with the edge of her apron. - Она вытерла слёзы краем фартука.

I hit my funny bone on the edge of the table. - Я ударился локтем о край стола.

the reeds along the edge of a pond - камыши, растущие вдоль кромки пруда

Profits have edged up. - Прибыль выросла.

The plate had a tiny chip in the edge. - На ободке тарелки была крошечная щербинка.

She edged away from him. - Она потихоньку отошла от него подальше.

She sat on the edge of the pool, dangling her feet in the water. - Она сидела на краю бассейна, свесив ноги в воду.

It was an opportunity of edging himself into the paper. - Это была возможность пролезть в газету.

The house is now poised on the very edge, ready to fall. - Дом теперь оказался на самом краю обрыва, готовый обрушиться.

the broken bottle's jagged edge - острые края разбитой бутылки

I tried to edge away until I was clear of the crowd. - Я осторожно протискивался между людьми, пока постепенно не выбрался из толпы.

Each Greek stands on the sharpest edge of death or life. - Каждый грек балансирует на тонкой грани между жизнью и смертью.

He edged towards the car. - Он потихоньку подошёл к автомобилю.

the inside edge of her foot - внутренняя сторона её стопы

He stood on the edge of the precipice. - Он стоял на краю пропасти /обрыва/.

If it be too soft, the edge will turn or bend. - Если лезвие будет слишком мягким, оно затупится или загнётся.

The tablecloth was edged with a hand-woven pattern. - По краю скатерть была украшена вытканным вручную узором.

The paper has edged ahead of (=been more successful than) its rivals. - Постепенно эта газета опередила своих конкурентов (т.е. стала более успешной, чем они).

One edge of the garden abutted on an old entrance to the mine. - С одной стороны сад примыкал к старому входу в шахту.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If someone edges out someone else, they just manage to beat them or get in front of them in a game, race, or contest.

If someone edges out someone else, they just manage to beat them or get in front of them in a game, race, or contest.

Связанные термины:

on edge: If you or your nerves are on edge, you are tense, nervous, and unable to relax .

edge out: If someone edges out someone else, they just manage to beat them or get in front of them in a game, race, or contest .

edge tool: a tool with one or more cutting edges

fore-edge: the outer edge of the pages of a book

hard-edge: of, relating to, or denoting a style of painting in which vividly coloured subjects are clearly delineated

saw edge: the serrated edge of a saw

very edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle.

deckle edge: the rough edge of handmade paper, caused by pulp seeping between the mould and the deckle : often left as ornamentation in fine books and writing papers

extra edge: If you say that someone or something has an edge, you mean that they have a powerful quality.

jagged edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle.

knife edge: You can use knife-edge to refer to something that is very exciting or tense because you do not know what is going to happen next.

ragged edge: the extreme edge, like that of a precipice ; verge

razor edge: a very sharp edge given to a blade

slight edge: If someone or something has an edge, they have an advantage that makes them stronger or more likely to be successful than another thing or person.

bevelled edge: an inclined edge; one not at 90 degrees

bleeding edge: If you are at the bleeding edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most advanced or most exciting developments.

cutting edge: If you are at the cutting edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most important or most exciting developments .

edge species: a species of animal or plant living primarily in an ecotone

leading edge: The leading edge of a particular area of research or development is the area of it that seems most advanced or sophisticated .

southern edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle.

straight-edge: not indulging in any kind of drug-taking or sexual activities

trailing edge: the rear edge of a propeller blade or aerofoil

western edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle .

satirical edge: If you say that someone or something has an edge, you mean that they have a powerful quality.

a cutting edge: the ability to be more successful than your opponents

competitive edge: an advantage based on success in competition

fold the edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle.

lack the edge: If you say that someone or something has an edge, you mean that they have a powerful quality.

lose your edge: to no longer have all the advantages and special skills that you had in the past

have the edge on: to have a slight advantage or superiority over

on a knife-edge: To be on a knife-edge means to be in a situation in which nobody knows what is going to happen next, or in which one thing is just as likely to happen as another.

on a razor edge: in an extremely precarious state

on a razor's edge: in an acute dilemma

on the ragged edge: precariously close to loss of self-control, mental stability, etc.

take the edge off: If something takes the edge off a situation, usually an unpleasant one, it weakens its effect or intensity .

at the cutting edge: involved in the most important, exciting, or advanced developments of a particular subject or activity

cutting-edge technology: Technology refers to methods, systems, and devices which are the result of scientific knowledge being used for practical purposes.

set your teeth on edge: if something sets your teeth on edge, you find it extremely irritating or unpleasant

on the edge of one's seat: If you say that someone is on the edge of their seat or chair, you mean that they are very interested in what is happening or what is going to happen .

on the edge of your seat: very interested and eager to know what happens next, especially in a film, book or sports match

set someone's teeth on edge: to make someone acutely irritated or uncomfortable

take the edge off something: to weaken the effect or intensity of something, especially pain

to set your teeth on edge: If you say that something sets your teeth on edge, you mean that you find it extremely unpleasant or irritating .

give someone the rough side of your tongue: to speak angrily or harshly to someone about something that they have done wrong

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Однокоренные слова:

edge away - отходить бочком, отходить осторожно
edge in - втискиваться, пролезать, вставлять, слово, вставить, слово
edge off - отходить бочком, отходить осторожно
edge on - подстрекать
edge out - вытеснять, осторожно выбираться

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