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slim

adjective /slim/ ( comparative slimmer, superlative slimmest)
not thick or fat; thin
delgado, esbelto, fino
She has a slim, graceful figure Taking exercise is one way of keeping slim.
not good; slight
escaso
There’s still a slim chance that we’ll find the child alive.
slimming noun the process or practice of trying to become slimmer
adelgazamiento
Slimming should be done carefully.
slimness noun
esbeltez, delgadez
(Definition of slim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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