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  1. border

    • IPA[ˈbɔːdə]

    英式

    • n.
      a line separating two countries, administrative divisions, or other areas;a district near the border between two areas
    • v.
      form an edge along or beside (something);provide (something) with a decorative edge
    • noun: border, plural noun: borders

    • verb: border, 3rd person present: borders, gerund or present participle: bordering, past tense: bordered, past participle: bordered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a line separating two countries, administrative divisions, or other areas:

      Panama's western border with Costa Rica

      border controls

    • 2. a district near the border between two areas:

      a refugee camp on the border

    • 3. the boundary and adjoining districts between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
    • 4. the boundary and adjoining districts between Scotland and England.
    • 5. the edge or boundary of something, or the part near it:

      the northern border of their distribution area

      the unknown regions at the borders of physics and electronics

    • 6. a decorative strip around the edge of something:

      she stitched a border on to one of the plain white saris

    • 7. a strip of ground along the edge of a lawn or path for planting flowers or shrubs:

      geraniums are among the best of border perennials

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form an edge along or beside (something):

      a pool bordered by palm trees

    • 2. provide (something) with a decorative edge:

      the walls were bordered with carved scrolls and cornices

    • 3. (of a country or area) be adjacent to (another country or area):

      regions bordering Azerbaijan

      the states bordering on the Black Sea

    • 4. come close to or be developing into (an extreme condition):

      Sam arrived in a state of excitement bordering on hysteria

    • n. any of the slave states that bordered the northern free states during the US Civil War.

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    • n. a patrol sent to keep watch over an area along a country's border.

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    • n. a patrol sent to keep watch over an area along a country's border.

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    • n. a garden border containing herbaceous, typically perennial, flowering plants.

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    • adj. passing, occurring, or performed across a border between two countries:

    • cross-border trade

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    • n. a garden border containing herbaceous, typically perennial, flowering plants.

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    • n. a common working sheepdog, typically with a black and white coat, of a medium-sized breed originating near the border between England and Scotland.

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    • n. a small terrier of a breed with rough hair, originating in the Cheviot Hills.

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    • IPA[ˈbôrdər]

    美式

    • n.
      a line separating two political or geographical areas, especially countries:
    • border patrols

      the German border with Denmark

    • v.
      form an edge along or beside (something):
    • a pool bordered by palm trees

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  2. 知識+

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