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  1. rim

    • IPA[rim]

    美式

    • n.
      the upper or outer edge of an object, typically something circular or approximately circular;the outer edge of a wheel, on which the tire is fitted
    • v.
      form or act as an outer edge or rim for;mark with an encircling stain or deposit
    • noun: rim, plural noun: rims

    • verb: rim, 3rd person present: rims, gerund or present participle: rimming, past tense: rimmed, past participle: rimmed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the upper or outer edge of an object, typically something circular or approximately circular:

      a china egg cup with a gold rim

    • 2. the outer edge of a wheel, on which the tire is fitted:

      the fitting of radials on new rims

    • 3. the metal hoop from which a basketball net is suspended.
    • 4. the part of a glasses frame surrounding the lenses:

      she wore spectacles with thin gold rims

      he looked over the rim of his glasses

    • 5. a limit or boundary:

      the outer rim of the solar system

    • 6. an encircling stain or deposit:

      a thick rim of suds

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form or act as an outer edge or rim for:

      a huge lake rimmed by glaciers

      steel-rimmed glasses

    • 2. mark with an encircling stain or deposit:

      his collar was rimmed with dirt

    • adj. (of glasses) having rims made of horn or a similar substance:

    • he wore horn-rimmed glasses

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    • adj. (of glasses) having rims made of horn or a similar substance:

    • he wore horn-rimmed glasses

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    • adj. (of the eyes) having the inner edges of the eyelids reddened as a result of crying or irritation:

    • red-rimmed eyes fighting back tears

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    • ph. the countries and regions bordering the Pacific Ocean, especially the small nations of East Asia.

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    • n. a brake acting on the rim of a wheel.

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    英式

    • n.
      the upper or outer edge of an object, typically something circular or approximately circular:
    • a china egg cup with a gold rim
    • v.
      form or act as an outer edge or rim for:
    • a huge lake rimmed by glaciers

      steel-rimmed glasses

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    • abbr
      Mauritania (international vehicle registration).

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    • v.
      lick or suck the anus of (someone) as a means of sexual stimulation.

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    • IPA[rim]

    美式

    • v.
      lick or suck the anus of (someone) as a means of sexual stimulation.

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