German translation of 'cutting edge'
1. (= blade) Schneide f ⧫ Schnittkante f
2. no plural (= most advanced stage) letzter Stand (of gen)
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We are supposed to remain cutting edge without using any outside idea agencies.POPCO (2002)
So it's not exactly what you'd call ` cutting edge ' journalism, but I really don't mind.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
Doctors need to listen to what patients want rather than using cutting edge technology for its own sake, it urges.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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British English: cutting edge NOUN
If you are at the cutting edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most important or most exciting developments.
This shipyard is at the cutting edge of world shipbuilding technology.
British English: cutting edge ADJECTIVE
Cutting-edge techniques or equipment are the most advanced that there are in a particular field.
What we are planning is cutting-edge technology never seen in this country before.
Translation of cutting edge from the Collins English to German
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