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  1. margin

    • IPA[ˈmɑːdʒɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      the edge or border of something;the blank border on each side of the print on a page
    • v.
      provide with an edge or border;annotate or summarize (a text) in the margins
    • noun: margin, plural noun: margins

    • verb: margin, 3rd person present: margins, gerund or present participle: margining, past tense: margined, past participle: margined

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the edge or border of something:

      the eastern margin of the Indian Ocean

    • 2. the blank border on each side of the print on a page:

      the notations in the margin

    • 3. a line ruled on paper to mark off a margin.
    • 4. an amount by which something is won:

      they won by a convincing 17-point margin

    • 5. an amount of something included so as to be sure of success or safety:

      there was no margin for error

    • 6. the furthest limit of possibility, success, etc.:

      the lighting is brighter than before but is still at the margins of acceptability

    • 7. a profit margin:

      launching these new products helped increase margins and market share

    • 8. a sum deposited with a broker to cover the risk of loss on a transaction or account.
    • 9. an increment to a basic wage, paid for extra skill or responsibility.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. provide with an edge or border:

      the plant's leaves are margined with yellow

    • 2. annotate or summarize (a text) in the margins:

      these he deals forth as the notable Matters, margined for better Notice

    • 3. deposit an amount of money with a broker as security for (an account or transaction):

      new contracts are margined with the winnings of previously held contracts

    • adj. having an edge or border:

    • margined pages

      cream-margined leaves

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    • adj. having an edge or border:

    • margined pages

      cream-margined leaves

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    • n. a type of brokerage account that allows investors to buy securities with borrowed funds, requiring a deposit of cash or assets as collateral to cover the risk on such transactions:

    • he had a margin account which let him borrow up to half the cost of the stock he wanted

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    • n. a demand by a broker that an investor deposit further cash or securities to cover possible losses.

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    • n. the amount by which revenue from sales exceeds costs in a business:

    • we have a gross profit margin of 80 percent

      current levels of interest can erode profit margins

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    • n. a type of brokerage account which allows investors to purchase securities with borrowed funds, requiring a deposit of cash or assets as collateral to cover the risk on such transactions:

    • he had a margin account which let him borrow up to half the cost of the stock he wanted

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    • n. a device on a typewriter allowing a word to be typed beyond the margin normally set.

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    • n. a device on a typewriter allowing a word to be typed beyond the margin normally set.

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    • IPA[ˈmärjən]

    美式

    • n.
      the edge or border of something:
    • the eastern margin of the Indian Ocean

      they were forced to live on the margins of society

    • v.
      provide with an edge or border:
    • its leaves are margined with yellow

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  2. 知識+

    • margin 和 edge

      edge就是一般我們常用的邊緣的意思。margin著重在邊緣的那塊空白帶,譬如書裡面的其中一頁,文字部分和紙張「邊緣(edge...

    • 提高公司的Margin(財經英文)

      ...的比例不變,利潤的絕對數字也會增加 3.直接拉高利潤ex.增加售價 所以這邊的margin我覺得可以想成毛利

    • at the margin 中譯

      ...so that individuals are encouraged onto the network at the margin could enhance total welfare. 然而,這些私下的安排可能並不是運作得很理想,因此...