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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “trim”

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trim

adjective (TIDY)
整齊的
 
 
/trɪm/ (trimmer, trimmest)
tidy and well-ordered
整齊的
trim lawns and neat flower beds
平整的草坪和整潔的花壇
Clean and tidy
Translations of “trim”
in Russian стройный…
in Turkish ince ve zarif, sağlıklı, derli toplu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 整齐的…
in Polish szczupły…
(Definition of trim adjective (TIDY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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