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trimming

noun uk   us   /ˈtrɪm.ɪŋ/ (also trim)
[C or U] (a piece of) decorative material added around the edge of something: I want a plain black jumper with no fancy trimmings. I wore my red jacket with the black trim.trimmings [plural] extra things that complete or improve the appearance of something: a big wedding celebration with all the trimmings the traditional trimmings of fame/success
Translations of “trimming”
in Chinese (Traditional) 鑲邊飾物, 花邊…
in Russian отделка…
in Turkish süs, aksesuar, biye…
in Chinese (Simplified) 镶边饰物, 花边…
in Polish lamówka, wykończenie…
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