margem

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From Latin marginem, accusative of margo (edge, brink, border, margin), from Proto-Indo-European *merg-.

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margem f (plural margens)

  1. bank (edge of river or lake)
  2. edge of a surface
  3. (typography) margin (edge of paper which remains blank)
  4. margin (difference between results, characteristics, scores)
  5. margin (permissible difference)

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