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borderless

/ (ˈbɔːdəˌlɪs) /
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adjective

without a band or margin around or along the edgeborderless prints
(of an island) not divided by a national border
without limitsan intellectual curiosity that seems borderless
(of trade, travel, etc) not constrained by the presence of international bordersa borderless business world

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