边缘, 边界, 起始点
处在边缘, 接近, 下沉, 趋向
n.a grass border along a road
n.the limit beyond which something happens or changes
○ on the verge of tears
○ on the brink of bankruptcy
○ come close to
○ His behavior verges on the criminal
The effect of the present revelation was stunning.He trembled and was on the verge of apoplexy
He paused, open-mouthed, on the verge of the pit of his own depravity and utter worthlessness to breathe the same AR she did
Two men stood AT the verge of the cliff, wATching: businessman, boATman
The Russians, he was instructed, were decayed, the French degenerate, the British on the verge of civil war
She could play only moderately herself, and such variety as Mrs. Vance exercised bordered, for Carrie, upon the verge of great art.
Of some fierce Maenad, even from the DIM verge Of the horizon to the zenith's height, The locks of the approaching storm.
Doesn't that verge rather on shop ? (Evelyn Waugh).
Had it not Been FOR your timely help, our company would have Been on the verge of Bankruptcy.
I HAD a rude awakening when I found myself on the verge of bankruptcy.
He told us point-blank that His company was on the verge of bankruptcy.