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edger

[ ej-er ]
/ หˆษ›dส’ ษ™r /
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noun
a person who puts an edge, especially a finishing edge, on a garment, surface, lens, etc.
a machine for finishing or making an edge, as for stitching, beveling, or trimming.
a gardening tool with a rotary blade for cutting a neat border around a lawn, flower bed, or the like.
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Origin of edger

First recorded in 1585โ€“95; edge + -er1
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