bleeding edge

noun

Definition of bleeding edge

  1. :  the newest and most advanced part or position especially in technology :  the extreme cutting edge So the first thing you learn about the Internet from studying America's Most Admired Companies is that you don't have to be on the bleeding edge of the Web to be admired. — Geoffrey Colvin

bleeding–edge

adjective bleeding-edge ideas/technology

1983

First Known Use of bleeding edge

1983


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