inside edge

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Noun[edit]

inside edge (plural inside edges)

  1. (cricket) The edge of a bat closest to the body of the batsman.
  2. (cricket) A deflection of a ball off of the inside edge of a bat, sometimes to the wicket keeper for a catch.
  3. (skating) The edge of the blade or side of the wheels facing towards the other foot.

Verb[edit]

inside edge (third-person singular simple present inside edges, present participle inside edging, simple past and past participle inside edged)

  1. (cricket) To hit the ball with the inside edge of the bat.
  2. (skating) To place one's weight on the inside edge of the skate, thereby moving in a curve in that direction.

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