Definition of boundary
- Those two trees mark the boundary of our property.
- the mountain range that forms the country's northern boundary
Those two trees mark the boundary of our property.
The river forms the country's western boundary.
at the boundary between fact and fiction
You need to set boundaries with your children.
Did he violate the boundaries of the doctor-patient relationship?
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: something (such as a river, a fence, or an imaginary line) that shows where an area ends and another area begins
: a point or limit that indicates where two things become different
boundaries : unofficial rules about what should not be done : limits that define acceptable behavior
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an inn where caravans rest at night
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