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border British & World English

A line separating two countries, administrative divisions, or other areas

the Border in border British & World English

The boundary and adjoining districts between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

Border, Allan British & World English

(B.1955), Australian cricketer; full name Allan Robert Border. A batsman and occasional spin bowler, he made 156 Test match appearances (93 as captain) and scored 11,174 runs (all three figures being world records)

Border collie British & World English

A common working sheepdog, typically with a black-and-white coat, of a medium-sized breed originating near the border between England and Scotland

border patrol British & World English

A patrol sent to keep watch over an area along a country’s border

border state British & World English

Any of the slave states that bordered the northern free states during the US Civil War

Border States British & World English

Those US states, including Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Virginia, and Missouri, that were slave states but did not secede from the Union during the Civil War

cross-border British & World English

Involving movement or activity across a border between two countries

Border terrier British & World English

A small terrier of a breed with rough hair, originating in the Cheviot Hills

herbaceous border British & World English

A garden border containing herbaceous, typically perennial, flowering plants

border on in border British & World English

Come close to or be developing into (an extreme condition)

transborder British & World English

Crossing or extending across a border between two countries

Border Patrol in border patrol British & World English

An agency within the US Department of Homeland Security responsible for preventing the entry of illegal aliens as well as terrorists and their weapons into the United States

Border Leicester in Leicester2 British & World English

A sheep of a breed often crossed with other breeds to produce lambs for the meat industry

Allan Robert Border in Border, Allan British & World English

(B.1955), Australian cricketer; full name Allan Robert Border. A batsman and occasional spin bowler, he made 156 Test match appearances (93 as captain) and scored 11,174 runs (all three figures being world records)

border English Thesaurus

the designs decorating the border of a medieval manuscript

border English-Spanish

frontera f

border in border English Thesaurus

the designs decorating the border of a medieval manuscript

border in boundary English Thesaurus

the river Jordan marks the boundary between Israel and Jordan

border in frontier English Thesaurus

the lakes sit astride the US–Canadian frontier

cross-border English-Spanish

entre dos países fronterizos

border on English-Spanish

limitar con

border upon English-Spanish

limitar con

a border dispute in dispute English-Spanish

un conflicto fronterizo, un diferendo limítrofe

a border violation in violation English-Spanish

una infracción fronteriza

the sensitive border region in sensitive English-Spanish

la conflictiva zona fronteriza

the Borders, the Border Country in border English-Spanish

región escocesa que limita con Inglaterra

a bridge straddles the border in straddle English-Spanish

un puente une los dos lados de la frontera

he was turned back at the border in turn English-Spanish

en la frontera lo hicieron regresar

he was turned back at the border in turn back English-Spanish

en la frontera lo hicieron regresar

further south, toward the Mexican border in toward English-Spanish

más al sur, más cerca de la frontera con México

the fighting was carried over the border in carry English-Spanish

la lucha se extendió más allá de la frontera

it was a similar picture across the border in picture English-Spanish

el panorama era similar al otro lado de la frontera

they live the other side of the border in side English-Spanish

viven al otro lado de la frontera

there's no way of crossing the border without a passport in way English-Spanish

es imposible cruzar la frontera sin pasaporte

we've done 40 miles and it's as far again to the border in again English-Spanish

ya hemos hecho 40 millas y nos quedan otras tantas para llegar a la frontera

the police believe him to be dangerous/to have crossed the border in believe English-Spanish

la policía cree que es peligroso/que ha cruzado la frontera


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