make neat, even, or tidy by cutting or removing unwanted parts
reduce, especially by removing what is unnecessary
"in good trim"
"the trimming on a hat"
"the trim on a shirt"
"the spare figure of a marathon runner"
"a body kept trim by exercise"
"even the barn was shipshape"
"a trim little sailboat"
"a clean-cut and well-bred young man"
"the trig corporal in his jaunty cap"
"a trim beard"
"a neat tailored suit"
"pare one's fingernails"
"trim the photograph"
"trim the christmas tree"
"trim a shop window"
"reduce your daily fat intake"
"The employer wants to cut back health benefits"
"trim an airplane"
"The airplane trimmed"
"dress the plants in the garden"
"trim my beard"
A ship requires a different trim for every variation of the..wind.
出自： T. Reid
By pumping water..sideways trim can be altered to eliminate list.
出自： C. Francis
His trim figure and his..attractive stance.
出自： A. Thwaite
Into the grounds of Ham House. Across the trim lawns.
出自： G. Swift
He had not so trimm'd and dress'd his land As we this garden.
出自：Richard II , Shakespeare
Xerxes..Trimmed vain fleets for thy undoing.
出自： J. S. Blackie
Waste material has been trimmed away.