AskDefine | Define borders

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English

Adjective

borders
  1. Is adjacent to, is next to, shares borders with, abuts.
    Spain borders Portugal and France.

Noun

borders
  1. Plural of border

Extensive Definition

Border may refer to:
  • Border, geographical boundary of political entities or legal jurisdictions
  • Border (1997 film), Bollywood war film based on the Battle of Longewala
  • Border (2007 film), a 2007 documentary about the Mexican-American border.
  • The Border, a 1982 film starring Jack Nicholson as a Texas border patrol officer
  • The Border (TV series), a 2007 Canadian drama TV series set in post-9/11 Toronto
  • Border Reivers (Rugby), a professional rugby union team that used to play in the Celtic League
  • Border country, the area either side of the border between Scotland and England
  • Border Television, a UK television station serving the south of Scotland, Cumbria, and the Isle of Man
Borders may refer to:
  • The Borders, another name for the Scottish Borders, an area of lowland Scotland on the border with England
  • Borders Books, a chain of international booksellers, owned by the Borders Group
    • Borders (UK) Ltd., the UK division of booksellers, Borders Group now owned by Private Equity Group Risk Capital Partners
  • "Borders" (song), by The Sunshine Underground, an English indie rock band
People named Border or Borders:
  • Allan Border, captain of the Australian cricket team 1984-1994 and former world record holder for career test runs
  • Ila Borders b. 1975, left-handed pitcher in college and independent professional baseball
  • Pat Borders b. 1963, catcher in major league baseball
  • William Donald Borders b. 1913, 13th Archbishop of Baltimore in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Lisa Borders, President of the Atlanta City Council
borders in Romanian: Hotar (dezambiguizare)
borders in Chinese: 边界 (消歧义)
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