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Synonyms for trim

Synonyms for trim

to make neat and trim; make presentable

to decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

to make a slight reduction in (a price)

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to furnish with decorations

to punish with blows or lashes

to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

trim down: to lose body weight, as by dieting

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a state of sound readiness

having slender and graceful lines

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a state of arrangement or appearance

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a decoration or adornment on a garment

attitude of an aircraft in flight when allowed to take its own orientation

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cutting down to the desired size or shape

remove the edges from and cut down to the desired size

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decorate, as with ornaments

balance in flight by regulating the control surfaces

be in equilibrium during a flight

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decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods

cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of

cut closely

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adjust (sails on a ship) so that the wind is optimally used

thin and fit

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of places

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neat and smart in appearance

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severely simple in line or design

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References in periodicals archive ?
Trying to trim the hooves of a grown goat that has rarely, or never, been trimmed can be a challenge.
When flying a conventional single, adding power causes more airflow over the trim tabs, making the trim "think" the airplane is flying faster.
Take a short length of trim with you to the store and ask to see the profile chart.
On a crowded waterway, slowing down for wakes demands quite a bit of fiddling with the trim switch.
Z Trim can serve as a fat replacement, thickening agent or emulsifier with texturization, binding, shaping, suspension, water control and pH balance attributes.
In conclusion, neither pecking force analysis or previously used self-administration of analgesic technique provided any evidence of pain at 11 weeks of age in laying pullets receiving a light beak trim at 1 day of age by a hot-blade or infra red method.
Q Trim was founded in 2000, and early projects included the preliminary development of a new marine helm seat, manufacturing leather components for a leading motor manufacturer, and various aircraft and helicopter re-trimming projects - including finishing work for the Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Suite.
We need to know how the tool is gated and how to control the flow of the material selected to avoid flow marks and control the gloss of the part," Margaret Hackstedde, director of product design for color and trim at Chrysler, explains.
Step 4: Once the trim is added, and while still highlighted on the plan, choose Change, Lock Selection.
Customers are said to find that the rubber required by the automotive manufacturers is so strong that the rubber will wear out a tear trim groove in the mold on a high production part at an alarming rate.
Ada, MI, has introduced the Trim Body System to help consumers make healthy lifestyle choices and control their weight.
EX-JAGUAR trim manager Colin Cleaver is looking for skilled staff to double his workforce as he expands his booming business.
For example, elaborate ornamental trim around Victorian windows originated as a functional necessity.
The first, which Trim tackles bravely in an extended introductory essay, has to do with the definition of the topic itself.
Software driven, the EPAD programmer can be custom tailored to trim EPAD devices in the standalone mode or in the in-circuit mode.