- n. 边缘；利润，余裕；页边的空白
- vt. 加边于；加旁注于
- n. (Margin)人名；(俄、意)马尔金
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- margin:  Margin comes from margin-, the stem form of Latin margō ‘margin’. This appears to go back to the same ultimate source as English mark (which originally meant ‘boundary’). The now archaic synonym marge  was borrowed from the Latin word’s French descendant.
=> march, mark
- margin (n.)
- mid-14c., "edge of a sea or lake;" late 14c., "space between a block of text and the edge of a page," from Latin marginem (nominative margo) "edge, brink, border, margin," from PIE *merg- "edge, border, boundary" (see mark (n.1)). General sense of "boundary space; rim or edge of anything" is from late 14c. Meaning "comfort allowance, cushion" is from 1851; margin of safety first recorded 1888. Stock market sense of "sum deposited with a broker to cover risk of loss" is from 1848. Related: Margins.
- margin (v.)
- c. 1600, "to furnish with marginal notes," from margin (n.). From 1715 as "to furnish with a margin."
- 1. The group had a net profit margin of 30% last year.
- 2. The Sunday Times remains the brand leader by a huge margin.
- 3. They could end up with a 50-point winning margin.
- 4. She began rubbing out the pencilled marks in the margin.
- 5. The margin in favor was 280-to-153.
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