eng: brink

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etymological origin ofeng: brinkmanship
has derived formeng: brinks
has derived formeng: on the brink
lexical categorynoun
semantically relatedeng: area
semantically relatedeng: bindle
semantically relatedeng: border
semantically relatedeng: caster
semantically relatedeng: collet
semantically relatedeng: domain
semantically relatedeng: edge
semantically relatedeng: facet
semantically relatedeng: forehead
semantically relatedeng: hole
semantically relatedeng: jazz
semantically relatedeng: jive
semantically relatedeng: knife
semantically relatedeng: leeway
semantically relatedeng: margin
semantically relatedeng: orbit
semantically relatedeng: perimeter
semantically relatedeng: sidespin
semantically relatedeng: sword
semantically relatedeng: vacant post
semantically relatedeng: wheel rim
semantically relatedeng: yarn
translationbul: край
translationbul: ръб
translationeng: margin
translationfin: parras
translationfin: reuna
translationfra: bord
translationfra: lisière
translationhye: եզր
translationhye: ծայր
translationita: orlo
translationnld: rand
translationnld: steile rand
translationpor: beira
translationrus: грань
translationrus: край

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