Betekenis van:
edge in

to edge in
    • push one's way into (a space)





    1. The jagged edge ripped a hole in his trousers.
    2. She lives near the edge of Wripple, so she drives in every day.
    3. The three veterans lived together in a rented cottage on the outskirts of a small town on the edge of the inland sea.
    4. Me and my colleagues lived in a small 2 room cabin built on the edge of a cliff on the mountain. I say 2 rooms, but besides the entrance, there was a 6 by 2 tatami room. We ate potatoes, dried fish and tofu. Because we were on the top of a cold mountain, the potatoes would freeze during the winter.
    5. Tom and Mary were on the verge of diving, off the left edge of the sentence, in the infinite corpus, when they spotted underneath a shoal of hungry contributors, teeth out, ready to jump on them and shred their mistakes down to the last one.
    6. platform edge, quoted in 4.2.20.
    7. measured in a straight line from the front edge to the back edge of the shell
    8. Measured in a straight line from the front edge to the back edge of the shell.
    9. For the section of bonnet leading edge to be tested the bonnet leading edge height and the bumper lead shall be determined as defined in Part I.
    10. The bonnet leading edge reference line shall be determined as defined in Part I.
    11. Where: ΔF is the frequency offset from the relevant block edge (in MHz).
    12. Euro banknotes with part(s) missing, along at least one edge (in contrast to holes)
    13. The technical conditions presented in this Annex are in the form of frequency arrangements and block-edge masks (BEMs).
    14. In width: the edge of the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis farthest from the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle must not be more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle.
    15. the thickness of the visible muscle on the midline of the split carcase, measured in point M — distance between the cranial edge of the gluteus medius muscle and the dorsal edge of the vertebral canal (in millimetres).