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fringe

US [frɪndʒ]
UK [frɪndʒ]
  • n.外围;刘海儿;流苏;额前短垂发
  • adj.边缘的;附加的
  • v.形成…的边缘
  • Web危机边缘;迷离档案;须边
Plural Form:fringes  Present Participle:fringing  Past Tense:fringed  
fringe
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n.
1.
[c][ususing]
额前短垂发;刘海儿the front part of sb's hair that is cut so that it hangs over their forehead
2.
[c]
(某物的)穗,缘饰,流苏a strip of hanging threads attached to the edge of sth to decorate it
3.
[c]
(沿…边缘的)一排(树木、房屋等)a narrow strip of trees, buildings, etc. along the edge of sth
a fringe of woodland
一条林带
Along the coast, an industrial fringe had already developed.
沿海岸一片带状工业区已发展起来。
4.
[c]
(地区或群体的)边缘the outer edge of an area or a group
on the northern fringe of the city
该市的北部边缘
the urban/rural fringe
市区╱农村边缘
the fringes of society
社会的边缘
Nina remained on the fringe of the crowd.
尼娜仍然在人群的边上。
5.
[sing]
(指群体、事情或活动)次要部分,外围groups of people, events and activities that are not part of the main group or activity
Street musicians have been gathering as part of the festival fringe.
街头音乐人正聚集起来,为会演作助兴演出。
fringe meetings at the party conference
党会议的一些分组会议
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth
形成…的边缘to form a border around sth
The beach was fringed by coconut palms.
沿海岸边长着椰子树。

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