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Meaning of “dim” - Learner’s Dictionary

dim

adjective     /dɪm/ (dimmer, dimmest)
NOT BRIGHT
not bright or clear: He could hardly see her in the dim light.Darkness and becoming dark
a dim memory/recollection, etc
something you remember slightly, but not very wellRemembering, reminding and reminders
STUPID UK informal
stupid: He's nice, but a bit dim.Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
dimly adverb
a dimly lit room
(Definition of dim adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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