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Pronunciation of Fringes: Learn how to pronounce Fringes in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fringe:

noun
1an ornamental border of threads left loose or formed into tassels or twists, used to edge clothing or material:
a long grey skirt with a fringe
the fringes of a prayer shawl
2chiefly British the front part of someone’s hair, cut so as to hang over the forehead:
she smiled as she pushed her fringe back out of her eyes
a natural border of hair or fibres in an animal or plant:
a long fringe of hair on the tail
3 (often the fringes) the outer, marginal, or extreme part of an area, group, or sphere of activity:
his uncles were on the fringes of crooked activity
(the Fringe) a secondary festival on the periphery of the Edinburgh Festival:
she became noted for her work on the Fringe
4a band of contrasting brightness or darkness produced by diffraction or interference of light.
a strip of false colour in an optical image.
5North Americanshort for fringe benefit.
we offer the highest salary and fringes in the country
verb (fringes, fringing, fringed)
[with object]
decorate (clothing or material) with a fringe:
a rich robe of gold, fringed with black velvet
form a border around (something):
the sea is fringed by palm trees
(as adjective fringed) (of a plant or animal) having a border of hair or fibre:
the fringed green leaves
Derivatives
fringeless
adjective
fringy
adjective
Origin:
Middle English: from Old French frenge, based on late Latin fimbria, earlier a plural noun meaning ‘fibres, shreds’