marginal : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s at or constituting a border or edge
the marginal strip of beach
- s of questionable or minimal quality
marginal writing ability
- s just barely adequate or within a lower limit
a marginal victory
- s producing at a rate that barely covers production costs
- The marginal product has accurately reflected hard economic times in the past.
- I have tried to remove the marginal tax rates be it at the lowest end or the highest end.
- Thirdly, the twin sister of "all marginal tax rates cause increased revenue" is the equally silly "all marginal rate increases cause increased revenues" which you seem to indicate .
- David Cohen in Forbes
Maybe there's still some wariness about politicians are able to come up with a compromise and act sufficiently quicklyon a stimulus package, Cohen said. "I think the impact would be marginal anyway."
- Ramalinga Raju in CITY A.M.
In statement Raju said: "What started as a marginal gap between actual operating profit and the one reflected in the books of accounts continued to grow over the years." "It has attained unmanageable proportions as the size of the company...
- Jim Furyk in Forbes
It's a mean course,Jim Furyk said after a 75 put him at 6-over 146. "Rarely do you hit a marginal shot and get away with it. And oftentimes, you hit a pretty darn good shot and it doesn't turn out well."