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From Latin marginis, genitive of margo (edge, brink, border, margin).

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Singular
Margin

Plural
Margins

Margin (plural Margins)
  1. Patrono:Typography The edge of the paper that remains blank.
  2. (anatomy) The edge of any flat surface.
    • Patrono:RQ:Schuster Hepaticae V
      The lobule margins, furthermore, are arched away from the lobe, with the consequence that (when fully inflated) the abaxial leaf surface forms the interior lining of the lobule.
  3. (finance) The yield or profit; the selling price minus the cost of production.
  4. A permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits, as a margin of error.

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Infinitive
to Margin

Third person singular
Margins

Simple past
Margined

Past participle
Margined

Present participle
Margining

to Margin (third-person singular simple present Margins, present participle Margining, simple past and past participle Margined)
  1. To add a margin to.

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