Hey guys！Glad to see you again!
Before the program today, Let’s check the answers of the practice in last episode.
- hedged 2. hedge
Today, as usual, we are going to learn a new word.
Please figure it out from the following photo before we begin the learning process.
That’s right, the word we are going to learn is “T-R-I-M”.
Word For Today
Translations of trim in different languages
How is trim used?
[v] to make sth neater, smaller, better, etc., by cutting parts from it
- My hair needs trimming.
[v] to reduce the amount or size of something
- They’re trying to trim their costs, so staff who leave are not being replaced.
[v] to decorate something by adding objects, pieces of material, etc. that make it look attractive
- The edges of the jacket had been trimmed with sequins.
[n] an act of making something, especially someone’s hair, tidier or more levels by cutting a small amount off it
- Just give the ends a trim, please.
[adj] thin in an attractive and healthy way
- You’re looking very trim – have you lost weight?
The part of speech and usage of “trim” are relatively complicated.
You’d better peruse the article and make a sentence with it to keep the word deeply in mind.
Look forward to your sentences!
Have a great day!