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Pronunciation of Two-Edged: Learn how to pronounce Two-Edged in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word edge:

noun
1the outside limit of an object, area, or surface:
a willow tree at the water’s edge
she perched on the edge of a desk
an area next to a steep drop:
the cliff edge
[in singular] the point immediately before something unpleasant or momentous occurs:
the economy was teetering on the edge of recession
2the sharpened side of the blade of a cutting implement or weapon:
a knife with a razor-sharp edge
[in singular] an intense, sharp, or striking quality:
a flamenco singer brings a primitive edge to the music
there was an edge of menace in his voice
3 [in singular] a quality or factor which gives superiority over close rivals:
his cars have the edge over his rivals’
4the line along which two surfaces of a solid meet.
verb
[with object]
1provide with a border or edge:
the pool is edged with paving
2 [with adverbial of direction] move or cause to move gradually or furtively in a particular direction:
[no object]:
she tried to edge away from him
[with object]:
Hazel quietly edged him away from the others
3give an intense or sharp quality to:
the bitterness that edged her voice
4 Cricket strike (the ball) with the edge of the bat; strike a ball delivered by (the bowler) with the edge of the bat:
he edged a ball into his pad
[no object]:
Haynes edged to slip
5 [no object] ski with one’s weight on the edges of one’s skis:
you will be edging early, controlling a parallel turn