Spanish English Dictionary

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borde in English:

1. brim brim


The waiter filled our glasses to the brim.
Fill the glass to the brim.
full to the brim
It seems as if our days are filled to the brim. It feels like there are never enough hours in the day.
She watched the crowd from beneath the brim of her hat.
broad-brimmed hat
She turned to look at him, her eyes brimming with tears.
So they filled them to the brim.
Her eyes began to brim over with tears.
While the bureaucracy comes up with sweetly technical terms like "less advantaged," the slums brim with malcontent.

English word "borde"(brim) occurs in sets:

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2. brinks



English word "borde"(brinks) occurs in sets:

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3. edge


The jagged edge ripped a hole in his trousers.
The company's competitive edge will be eroded if system engineers continue to leave.
life on the edge
They shall no longer say: ‘The parents have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge.’
He's a little on edge today. I wouldn't rattle his cage if I were you.
While one of them sped around major parts of the property on the mower, a second made a few sweeps at some tall weeds on the edge of my wife's garden, and the third got into the truck and smoked a cigarette.
I'd get a soup plate and then slide the glass very carefully over to the edge of the table, and let the water run into the soup plate - it doesn't have to run onto the floor.
The knife's serrated edge makes it perfect for cutting such things as bread.
If you repeat a joke two hundred fifty six times, it will set everybody's teeth on edge.
edge (n)
The world edges and there's nothing you can do about it.
Toe boards: the upper edge must be at least 15 cm above the standing surface
You may see some edge cases that weren't clear enough in the beginning
writing with a satirical edge; her voice had an edge to it

English word "borde"(edge) occurs in sets:

Travelling and Tourism - Viajes y Turismo
The Invisible Man (Queen) - Traducida
Under Pressure (Queen) - Traducida
Travelling and tourism