Definition of 'have the edge on'
Example sentences containing 'have the edge on'
`The Cheka", he said, deliberately using the original name of the KGB, `would like to think they have the edge on us.A SONG AT TWILIGHT
We must wait for them to come out--and once they do, they're going to have the edge on us in numbers.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2
A terrific, heart-breaking edge--so we'll just have to have the edge on them in science.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2
Definition of have the edge on from the Collins English Dictionary
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