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trim

  

      adj   , trimmer, trimmest  
1    neat and spruce in appearance  
2    slim; slender  
3    in good condition  
      vb   , trims, trimming, trimmed   mainly tr  
4    to put in good order, esp. by cutting or pruning  
5    to shape and finish (timber)  
6    to adorn or decorate  
7    sometimes foll by: off or away   to cut so as to remove  
to trim off a branch     
8    to cut down to the desired size or shape  
to trim material to a pattern     
9    Dialect   to decorate  
to trim a Christmas tree     
10      (Nautical)  
a    also intr   to adjust the balance of (a vessel) or (of a vessel) to maintain an even balance, by distribution of ballast, cargo, etc.  
b    also intr   to adjust (a vessel's sails) to take advantage of the wind  
c    to stow (cargo)  
11    to balance (an aircraft) before flight by adjusting the position of the load or in flight by the use of trim tabs, fuel transfer, etc.  
12    also intr   to modify (one's opinions, etc.) to suit opposing factions or for expediency  
13    Informal   to thrash or beat  
14    Informal   to rebuke  
15    Obsolete   to furnish or equip  
      n  
16    a decoration or adornment  
17    the upholstery and decorative facings, as on the door panels, of a car's interior  
18    proper order or fitness; good shape  
in trim     
19    a haircut that neatens but does not alter the existing hairstyle  
20      (Nautical)  
a    the general set and appearance of a vessel  
b    the difference between the draught of a vessel at the bow and at the stern  
c    the fitness of a vessel  
d    the position of a vessel's sails relative to the wind  
e    the relative buoyancy of a submarine  
21    dress or equipment  
22      (U.S.)   window-dressing  
23    the attitude of an aircraft in flight when the pilot allows the main control surfaces to take up their own positions  
24      (Films)   a section of shot cut out during editing  
25    material that is trimmed off  
26    decorative mouldings, such as architraves, picture rails, etc.  
     (Old English trymman to strengthen; related to trum strong, Old Irish druma tree, Russian drom thicket)  
  trimly      adv  
  trimness      n  


Trim  
      n   the county town of Meath, Republic of Ireland; 12th-century castle, medieval cathedral; textiles and machinery. Pop.: 18120 (1991)  
trim size  
      n   the size of a book or a page of a book after all excess material has been trimmed off  
trim tab  
      n   a small control surface attached to the trailing edge of a main control surface to enable the pilot to trim an aircraft  
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Trim  
      n   the county town of Meath, Republic of Ireland; 12th-century castle, medieval cathedral; textiles and machinery. Pop.: 18120 (1991)  


trim  
      adj   , trimmer, trimmest  
1    neat and spruce in appearance  
2    slim; slender  
3    in good condition  
      vb   , trims, trimming, trimmed   mainly tr  
4    to put in good order, esp. by cutting or pruning  
5    to shape and finish (timber)  
6    to adorn or decorate  
7    sometimes foll by: off or away   to cut so as to remove  
to trim off a branch     
8    to cut down to the desired size or shape  
to trim material to a pattern     
9    Dialect   to decorate  
to trim a Christmas tree     
10      (Nautical)  
a    also intr   to adjust the balance of (a vessel) or (of a vessel) to maintain an even balance, by distribution of ballast, cargo, etc.  
b    also intr   to adjust (a vessel's sails) to take advantage of the wind  
c    to stow (cargo)  
11    to balance (an aircraft) before flight by adjusting the position of the load or in flight by the use of trim tabs, fuel transfer, etc.  
12    also intr   to modify (one's opinions, etc.) to suit opposing factions or for expediency  
13    Informal   to thrash or beat  
14    Informal   to rebuke  
15    Obsolete   to furnish or equip  
      n  
16    a decoration or adornment  
17    the upholstery and decorative facings, as on the door panels, of a car's interior  
18    proper order or fitness; good shape  
in trim     
19    a haircut that neatens but does not alter the existing hairstyle  
20      (Nautical)  
a    the general set and appearance of a vessel  
b    the difference between the draught of a vessel at the bow and at the stern  
c    the fitness of a vessel  
d    the position of a vessel's sails relative to the wind  
e    the relative buoyancy of a submarine  
21    dress or equipment  
22      (U.S.)   window-dressing  
23    the attitude of an aircraft in flight when the pilot allows the main control surfaces to take up their own positions  
24      (Films)   a section of shot cut out during editing  
25    material that is trimmed off  
26    decorative mouldings, such as architraves, picture rails, etc.  
     (Old English trymman to strengthen; related to trum strong, Old Irish druma tree, Russian drom thicket)  
  trimly      adv  
  trimness      n  
trim size  
      n   the size of a book or a page of a book after all excess material has been trimmed off  
trim tab  
      n   a small control surface attached to the trailing edge of a main control surface to enable the pilot to trim an aircraft  

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trim

  

      adj  
1    compact, dapper, natty     (informal)   neat, nice, orderly, shipshape, smart, soigné or soignée, spick-and-span, spruce, tidy, trig     (archaic or dialect)   well-groomed, well-ordered, well turned-out  
2    fit, shapely, sleek, slender, slim, streamlined, svelte, willowy  
      vb  
3    barber, clip, crop, curtail, cut, cut back, dock, even up, lop, pare, prune, shave, shear, tidy  
4    adorn, array, beautify, bedeck, deck out, decorate, dress, embellish, embroider, garnish, ornament, trick out  
5    adjust, arrange, balance, distribute, order, prepare, settle  
      n  
6    adornment, border, decoration, edging, embellishment, frill, fringe, garnish, ornamentation, piping, trimming  
7    condition, fettle, fitness, form, health, order, repair, shape     (informal)   situation, state  
8    clipping, crop, cut, pruning, shave, shearing, tidying up, trimming  
9    array, attire, dress, equipment, gear, trappings  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj  
1    disarrayed, disorderly, messy, scruffy, shabby, sloppy, ungroomed, unkempt, untidy  

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Consulte también:

trim size, trim tab, Tarim, trimer

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