He banged his knee against the edge of the chair.
She was standing at the water's edge.
He was standing on the edge of the cliff, staring up at the sun.
Power connection - tiny little scuff marks round the edge.
A brook edges the garden.
n. rough edges：（无伤大雅的）瑕疵，小毛病
For all his rough edges, O'Connor possesses an unerring ability to score goals.
n. to be on the edge of your seat;to be on the edge of your chair：有浓厚兴趣；聚精会神
Most of the time the audience is on the edge of its seat.
n. to set sb's teeth on edge：使某人感到极其恼怒；使某人感到极其不舒服
His casual arrogance never failed to set my teeth on edge.
n. to take the edge off sth：减轻…；弱化…
A spell of poor health took the edge off her performance.
Through superior production techniques they were able to gain the competitive edge.
Ferrari had the edge on us in Melbourne; they had the quickest car.
A nice plain shroud might have the edge over a pink negligee.
The three days France have to prepare could give them the edge over England.
They have driven the rhino to the edge of extinction.
She was on the edge of tears.
The edge of the sword is very sharp.
There was a nervous edge to his voice.
Underneath the humour is an edge of bitterness.
I edged my way out of the crowd.
She edged him aside.
Prices edged up 2% in the year to December.
n. to be on edge：紧张不安；烦躁；极度兴奋