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Translation of "slim" - English-Spanish dictionary

slim

adjective   /slɪm/ ( comparative slimmer, superlative slimmest)
A1 Someone who is slim is thin in an attractive way. esbelto
verb   /slɪm/ ( present participle slimming, past tense and past participle slimmed) UK
to eat less in order to become thinner estar a régimen
(Definition of slim from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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