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noun 
  1. (uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders
Paint the house white with blue .
  1. (countable) a haircut, especially a moderate one to touch up an existing style
I went to the hairdresser for a and came back nearly bald.
  1. (slang): (mildly vulgar) getting laid; engaging in sexual intercourse
  2. (uncountable} the manner in which something is equipped or adorned; especially, of a car
The car comes in three different trims.
  1. (nautical) The fore-and-aft angle of the vessel to the water, with reference to the cargo and ballast; the manner in which a vessel floats on the water, whether on an even keel or down by the head or stern
  2. (nautical) The arrangement of the sails with reference to the wind.
Translations: 
    adjective 
    1. slender, thin, or physically fit
    He had a , athletic figure.
    adverb 
    1. (nautical) In good order, properly managed or maintained.
    2. (nautical) With sails well trimmed.
    The vessel sailed trimly out of harbour.
    Etymology: Old English trymman


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