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  1. trim

    • IPA[trɪm]

    英式

    • v.
      make (something) neat or of the required size or form by cutting away irregular or unwanted parts;cut off (irregular or unwanted parts)
    • n.
      additional decoration, typically along the edges of something and in contrasting colour or material;decorative additions to a vehicle, typically the upholstery or interior lining of a car
    • adj.
      neat and smart in appearance; in good order;slim and fit
    • noun: trim, plural noun: trims

    • verb: trim, 3rd person present: trims, gerund or present participle: trimming, past tense: trimmed, past participle: trimmed

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (something) neat or of the required size or form by cutting away irregular or unwanted parts:

      trim the grass using a sharp mower

    • 2. cut off (irregular or unwanted parts):

      he was trimming the fat off some pork chops

    • 3. reduce the size, amount, number, or cost of:

      Congress had to decide which current defence programmes should be trimmed

    • 4. (of a person) lose weight; become slimmer:

      he trimmed down from twenty-two stone to a mere eighteen

    • 5. firm up or lose weight from (a part of one's body):

      the machine is ideal for trimming the waist, hips, and thighs

    • 6. decorate (something), typically with contrasting items or pieces of material:

      a pair of black leather gloves trimmed with fake fur

    • 7. adjust (a sail) to take advantage of the wind:

      her jobs include trimming the spinnaker and dealing with the yacht's plumbing

    • 8. adjust the balance of (a ship or aircraft) by rearranging its cargo or by means of its trim tabs.
    • 9. keep or adjust the degree to which (an aircraft) can be maintained at a constant altitude without any control forces being present.
    • 10. adapt one's views to the prevailing political trends for personal advancement.
    • 11. get the better of (someone), typically by cheating them out of money.
    • 12. rebuke (someone) angrily.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. additional decoration, typically along the edges of something and in contrasting colour or material:

      a red blazer with gold trim

      the buildings were off-white with a blue trim

    • 2. decorative additions to a vehicle, typically the upholstery or interior lining of a car:

      refinements such as air conditioning and leather trim

    • 3. an act of cutting something in order to neaten it:

      his hair needs a trim

    • 4. a short piece of film cut out during the final editing stage.
    • 5. the state of being in good order or condition:

      no one had been there for months—everything was out of trim

    • 6. the degree to which an aircraft can be maintained at a constant altitude without any control forces being present:

      the pilot's only problem was the need to constantly readjust the trim

    • 7. the way in which a ship floats in the water, especially in relation to the fore-and-aft line:

      ships' masters had to check trim and stability before departure

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. neat and smart in appearance; in good order:

      his face was freshly shaved, his clothes neat and trim

      a trim little villa

    • 2. slim and fit:

      she has a trim, athletic figure

    • n. an adjustable tab or aerofoil attached to a control surface, used to trim an aircraft in flight.

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    • slim and fit

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    • slim and fit

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    • n. an adjustable tab or airfoil attached to a control surface, used to trim an aircraft in flight.

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    • make changes to suit one's new circumstances

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    • make changes to suit one's new circumstances

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    • IPA[trim]

    美式

    • v.
      make (something) neat or of the required size or form by cutting away irregular or unwanted parts:
    • trim the grass using a sharp mower
    • n.
      additional decoration, typically along the edges of something and in contrasting color or material:
    • we painted the buildings off-white with a blue trim

      suede sandals with gold trim

    • adj.
      neat and smart in appearance; in good order:
    • his face was freshly shaved, his clothes neat and trim

      a trim little villa

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    • IPA[trɪm]

    英式

    • a town in Meath, in the Republic of Ireland, situated to the north-west of Dublin; population 7,700 (est. 2009).

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