Translation of edging in Spanish:

edging

Pronunciation: /ˈedʒɪŋ/

n

  • borde (masculine) a steel edging un borde de acero the collar had an edging of lace/ribbon el cuello tenía puntilla alrededor/estaba ribeteado con una cinta
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    • As its name depicts, these carnations are very showy when planted as part of a mixed flower border or as colorful edgings against evergreen shrubs.
    • Pansies are fabulous for containers, edgings, borders, windowsill pots, or planted in masses of brilliant colors.
    • They're particularly suitable for small beds, border edgings, even containers.

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