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boundary /ˈbaʊndəri/ noun (plural boundaries)

حدود یکان ، خط حد ، مرز ، خط سرحدی ، کرانه ، کرانی ، علوم مهندسی: مرزی ، عمران: مرز ، معماری: سرحد ، قانون ـ فقه: مرز ، روانشناسی: مرز ، ورزش: 6یا 4 امتیاز برای عبور توپ از خط مرزی ، علوم نظامی: حد
Synonyms: limits, barrier, border, borderline, brink, edge, extremity, fringe, frontier, margin
English Thesaurus: border, frontier, line, boundar

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

boundary /ˈbaʊndəri/ noun (plural boundaries)
[Date: 1600-1700; Origin: bound4(1)]

1. [countable] the real or imaginary line that marks the edge of a state, country etc, or the edge of an area of land that belongs to someone
boundary between
The Mississippi River forms a natural boundary between Iowa and Illinois.
National boundaries are becoming increasingly meaningless in the global economy.
We would need their agreement to build outside the city boundary.
The stream curves round to mark the boundary of his property.
Anything that crosses the boundary of a black hole cannot get back.
We walked through the churchyard towards the boundary wall.
The property’s boundary line is 25 feet from the back of the house.
boundary disputes between neighbouring countries

2. [countable usually plural] the limit of what is acceptable or thought to be possible
boundary of
the boundaries of human knowledge
within/beyond the boundaries of something
within the boundaries of the law
push back the boundaries (of something) (=to make a new discovery, work of art etc that is very different from what people have known before, and that changes the way they think)
art that pushes back the boundaries

3. [countable] the point at which one feeling, idea, quality etc stops and another starts
boundary of/between
the boundaries between work and play
the blurring of the boundaries between high and popular culture

4. [countable] the outer limit of the playing area in cricket, or a shot that sends the ball across this limit for extra points

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. line that marks the limits of a place
ADJ. common | northern, southern, etc. | national, state | district, parish
VERB + BOUNDARY have | form, mark The river forms the boundary.
share | draw, establish, fix, set The boundary was fixed just south of the farm.
redraw | cross We've just crossed the boundary into Sussex.
BOUNDARY + NOUN fence, hedge, line, wall | dispute a boundary dispute with their neighbours
PREP. across/over the ~ They drove across the boundary.
along the ~ We continued along the southern boundary of the county.
at/on the ~ We had to stop at the boundary. on the boundary of the two countries
beyond the ~ She had never strayed beyond the city boundaries.
within the ~s within the boundaries of the old city walls
~ between the boundary between Sussex and Surrey
~ with The state has a boundary with Ontario.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. limit
ADJ. traditional
VERB + BOUNDARY cross This job crosses the traditional boundary between social work and health care.
extend, push back research which extends the boundaries of human knowledge
PREP. across ~s His policies appeal across party political boundaries.
beyond the ~s going beyond the boundaries of accepted behaviour
on the ~ on the boundary of physics and chemistry
within the ~s keeping within the boundaries of the law
~ between the boundary between sanity and insanity
PHRASES the boundaries of taste In her performance she had clearly overstepped the boundaries of good taste.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


national/state boundaries (=boundaries between countries or states)
Big companies usually aim to expand outside national boundaries.
international boundaries (=boundaries between countries all over the world)
About 10% of hazardous waste is shipped across international boundaries.
a city boundary
The new housing estates stretch beyond the old city boundaries.
the northern/southern etc boundary (=of an area or city)
the southern boundary of San Francisco
a geographical boundary
Today satellite communications cross all geographical boundaries.
a political boundary
Reforms could extend the geographical and political boundaries of the EU.
a natural boundary (=a river, line of mountains etc that form a boundary)
Here, the Andes form a natural boundary between Argentina and Chile.
mark/form a boundary
The river Jordan marks the boundary between Israel and Jordan.
cross/transcend a boundary
These are practical problems that cross political boundaries.
a boundary wall/fence
The boundary wall was about twenty foot high.
a boundary line
There was some disagreement about the exact position of the boundary line.
a boundary dispute (=a disagreement about where a boundary should be, for example between neighbours)
We had to hire a lawyer to sort out the boundary dispute.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: The country shares boundaries with Ruanda and Burundi.
GOOD: The country shares borders with Ruanda and Burundi.

Usage Note:
Use boundary when you are talking about an area of land within a country: 'The Mississippi River forms a natural boundary between Tennessee and Arkansas.' 'Their farm is just inside the boundary of the National Park.'
The place where two countries meet is the border : 'We're about to cross the border between Austria and Switzerland.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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