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marge 1

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Pronunciation: /mɑːdʒ/

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noun

[mass noun] British informal
Margarine.
Example sentences
  • On the tables were fluffy white caraway seed bread and marge.
  • One of my mum's specialities was bread pudding - not bread and butter pudding - made with stale bread, which we couldn't afford to waste, soaked in milk and then mixed with fruit, spices, sugar and marge, so it was sort of spicy.
  • There was a plate with two slices of bread and a knob of marge.

Origin

1920s: abbreviation.

Words that rhyme with marge

barge, charge, enlarge, large, raj, reportage, sarge, sparge, Swaraj, taj, undercharge

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marge 2 Syllabification: marge

noun

literary
A margin or edge.

Origin

Mid 16th century: from French, from Latin margo 'margin'.

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