Definition of 'border'
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Their numbers had thinned considerably since they left the border. TREASON KEEP (2001)Any day now, Prince Cratyn would cross the border in triumph. TREASON KEEP (2001)They were making plans to move north, to protect their border from the Kariens. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Translations for 'border'
British English: border /ˈbɔːdə/ NOUN
between countries The border between two countries is the dividing line between them.
They escaped across the border.
- American English: border
- Arabic: حاشِيَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: fronteira
- Chinese: 边界
- Croatian: granica
- Czech: hranice
- Danish: grænse
- Dutch: grens douane
- European Spanish: frontera
- Finnish: raja
- French: frontière
- German: Grenze
- Greek: σύνορο
- Italian: confine
- Japanese: 境界
- Korean: 경계 가장자리
- Norwegian: grense
- Polish: granica państwowa
- European Portuguese: fronteira
- Romanian: graniță
- Russian: граница
- Spanish: frontera
- Swedish: gräns
- Thai: เขตแดน
- Turkish: sınır
- Ukrainian: кордон
- Vietnamese: biên giới
British English: border VERB
A country that borders another country, a sea, or a river is next to it.
...the countries bordering the ocean.
British English: border NOUN
edge A border is a strip or band around the edge of something.
...pillowcases trimmed with a hand-crocheted border.
Definition of border from the Collins English Dictionary
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