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trim

verb [T]
 
 
/trɪm/ ( present participle trimming, past tense and past participle trimmed)
CUT ( also trim off) to cut a small amount from something to make it tidy or to remove parts that you do not need
kesip düzeltmek, kırkmak, uçlarını almak
I've had my hair trimmed. Trim the fat off the meat.Cutting and stabbing
REDUCE to reduce something
azaltmak, kısmak, kırpmak
to trim costsBecoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong
be trimmed with sth to be decorated with something around the edges
süslemek, dekore etmek; süslerle bezemek
a silk dress trimmed with laceDecorating or making something attractive
(Definition of trim verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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