the dividing line between political or geographic regionsClifford is enjoying life north of the border.
It wasn't difficult to cross the frontier.
the California state line
the city limits
Our organization now operates across national boundaries.
They walked round the perimeter of the stadium.
the borderline between painting and photography
a design around the edge of somethingpillowcases trimmed with a hand-crocheted border
She was standing at the water's edge.
the lip of the jug
These islands are on the margins of human habitation.
the skirts of the hill
The car pulled over on to the verge off the road.
She looked at him over the rim of her glass.
Cut a jagged edge along the hem to give a ragged look.
She filled her glass right up to the brim.
a narrow strip of ground planted with flowers or shrubsa lawn flanked by wide herbaceous borders
the large number of community groups in the area
the most beautiful garden on earth
beds of strawberries and rhubarb
a short boat ride across a narrow strip of water
a small plot of land for growing vegetables
the little vegetable patch in her backyard
the European and Arab countries bordering the Mediterranean
to provide with a borderwhite sand bordered by palm trees and tropical flowers
See border on something
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in the sense of abut
to be next to or touchingHe lived in a house abutting our hotel.
in the sense of area
a section, part, or regionthe large number of community groups in the area
Video: pronunciation of 'border'
border 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge