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- (Australia) IPA: /bɔədə/
- (UK) IPA: /bɔːdə/
- (US) IPA: /bɔɹdəɹ/
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- Homophones: boarder
- The border of a country is the edge of the country: the place where that country touches another country.
- You can't cross the border without identification papers.
- The border of a shape or of a picture or of part of a picture is the edge of it.
- She drew three pink hearts with red borders at the top of the picture.
- (transitive), (usually passive) If something is bordered with or in something, that goes all around it.
- The newspaper notice was bordered in black.
- (transitive) If one place borders on another, they are side by side.
- The Sea of Japan is bordered by Japan, North Korea, Russia and South Korea.