- edging (n.)
- 1570s, "the putting of a border," verbal noun from edge (v.). Meaning "a border, that which is added to form an edge" is from 1660s; that of "the trimming of lawn edges" is from 1858.
- 1. He is edging ahead in the opinion polls.
- 2. Homemade goods are edging out imported foreign goods.
- 3. Home - made goods are edging out imported foreign goods.
- 4. The retail price index for September is expected to show inflation edging up to about 10.8 per cent.
- 5. " I'll try to,'said Bob smiling, and edging closer to Carrie.
- “ 我会尽力而为, " 鲍勃含着笑说, 挨近嘉莉一些.
来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
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