the part along the end or side of sth
sharp cutting part of a blade, knife, or some other tool or weapon
superiority; dominant position
form an edge on; make or serve as an edge or border for
cause to sharpen
move slowly forward or along; move sideways little by little
"he rounded the edges of the box"
"his voice had an edge to it"
"he had an edge on the competition"
"the edge of the leaf is wavy"
"she sat on the edge of the bed"
"the water's edge"
"He edged towards the car"
"edge the tablecloth with embroidery"
"Canada adjoins the U.S."
"England marches with Scotland"
"edge a blade"
He carried a curved scimitar, so that in his fencing he relied on the edge and neglected the point.
出自： A. Duggan
Thy sure divinity shall..edge thy sword to reap the glorious field.
见生病的孩子已经入睡,医生便悄悄走开了。 edge away from sb
He edged away from the thug.
他悄悄地躲开了那个暴徒。 edge away
The little boat edged away quietly, while no one was looking.
趁没人注意,小船悄悄离岸而去。 edge away from sth
The shop edged away from the shore.
那名登山运动员慢慢地从山顶向山下移动。 edge down upon sth
A small boat edged down upon the big steamer.
The noise at the party was so loud that I was hardly able to edge in a remark at all.
聚会上人声嘈杂,我几乎连一句话也插不进去。 edge in
Though it was crowded, he managed to edge in.
虽然人很多,他还是挤进去了。 edge sth ⇔ in
There's a small crowd round the speaker, but try to edge your way in.
演讲者周围已经有了一些人,不过你还得努力挤进去。 edge in on sb
I tried to edge in on the singer to speak to him, but he was surrounded by other questioners.
Ade was winning the race until the thin boy edged him out.
Kennedy edged out Nixon in the 1960 presidential election.
The home team edged out the visitors.
Home-made goods are edging out imported foreign goods.
They edged the piano through the door.
She edged the sleeve with lace.
The old man edged the path with trees.
The beautiful garden was edged with flowering trees.
The main street was edged on both sides with dirty decaying buildings.
His voice was edged with menace.