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  • (UK) IPA: /ˈmɑː(ɹ)ˌdʒɪn.əl/ SAMPA: /"mA:(r)%dZIn.@l/

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Marginal (comparative more Marginal, superlative most Marginal)

Positive
Marginal

Comparative
more Marginal

Superlative
most Marginal

  1. of, relating to, or located at a margin or an edge
    • The marginal area at the edge of the salt-marsh has its own plants
  2. geographically adjacent
    • Monmouthshire is a Welsh county marginal to England
  3. written in the margin of a book
    • There were more marginal notes than text
  4. at the lower extent of a standard
    • His writing ability was marginal at best
  5. of land that is barely productive
    • He farmed his marginal land with difficulty
  6. (mostly, British, Australian) of an electoral district (such as a parliamentary constituency) where the winning margin was a small proportion of the total number of votes, so that only a small change in voting behaviour is necessary to alter the outcome of an election.
    • In Bristol West, Labour had a majority of only 1,000 so is highly marginal this time

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Singular
Marginal

Plural
Marginals

Marginal (plural Marginals)
  1. Something that is marginal.
  2. Especially a constituency with a small winning margin.

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Marginal m. (f. Marginale, m. plural marginaux, f. plural Marginales)

  1. Written in the margin of a book; marginal
  2. Of, relating to, or located at a margin or an edge; marginal
  3. Outside the mainstream; fringe, fringy
  4. Of lesser importance; secondary

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Marginal m. (plural marginaux)

  1. A man that chose to live on the fringes of society; dropout, misfit

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Patrono:De-adj

  1. marginal

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Marginal m. and f. (plural marginales)

  1. marginal

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