razor-thin

Related to razor-thin: margin

ra´zor-thin


a.1.as thin as a razor blade; very thin.
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Such points of frustration include high taxes and evolving rules around packaging, with both and additional pain points significantly cutting into some venture's already razor-thin startup budgets.
Ting unsuccessfully sought to nullify last year's election after losing to Ko by a razor-thin margin.
The teaser showcased a rather simple and boxy outline with interesting razor-thin headlamps.
A step closer to a bezel-less display, LG's razor-thin Video Wall provides a seamless viewing experience for greater immersion.
The Hanover Park Park District has considerable problems -- razor-thin finances, facilities badly overdue for maintenance and replacement.
Even though Gomez eked out a razor-thin win that same year, the candidate she backed, former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, placed a distant third in San Juan with 9,061 votes, compared to the President's 25,922.
Summary: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday avoided an early election for now after a coalition partner backed away from toppling a government hanging onto power with a razor-thin parliamentary majority.
Alvarez (50-1-2, 34 KOs) won two middleweight title belts last month with a razor-thin majority decision over Gennady Golovkin.
Her vote was the key to power at the authority, which the Tories had run on a razor-thin majority.
Local newsgathering is also jeopardized by these tariffs, which is where so many small Virginia communities will be affected: they rely heavily on their local papers for coverage, and those papers are already struggling to operate on razor-thin margins.
"The razor-thin profit margin for dairies is dictated by commodity prices set at the federal level.
Dickey defeated Rick Figueroa, Mechler's favored candidate to replace him, by a razor-thin margin - 32 votes on the State Republican Executive Committee to 31 for Figueroa.