Definición de brim en inglés:

brim

Saltos de línea: brim
Pronunciación: /brɪm
 
/

sustantivo

1The projecting edge around the bottom of a hat: a soft hat with a turned-up brim
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It's made from 100% polyester soft pro fleece with binding at the brim and a little pocket centered at forehead level.
  • Another tip is to sew or heat press your company information, including address and phone number, inside the brim.
  • When resting your hat on a table, rest it on its crown (upside down), rather than its brim.
Sinónimos
peak, visor, bill, projection, shield, shade
2The upper edge or lip of a cup, bowl, or other container: he filled her glass to the brim
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Then, fill up that salad or soup bowl to the brim!
  • Gabe promptly filled Ethan's bowl to the brim with the contents of that pot.
  • The bowls are small but they're filled to the brim with intriguing ingredients.
Sinónimos

verbo (brims, brimming, brimmed)

[no object] (often as adjective brimming) Volver al principio  
1Be full to the point of overflowing: a brimming cup
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘People don't pick on people's sisters,’ she protested, her eyes brimming.
  • He stared back at me, blue eyes actually brimming.
  • Greenhouse shelves are brimming, but make room for cucurbit starts (squash, melons and gourds).
Sinónimos
be full, be filled up, be filled to the top, be full to capacity, be packed with, overflow, run/well over
1.1Fill something so completely that it almost overflows: large tears brimmed in her eyes
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • With tears brimming, I stop filming and rub the backs of my knuckles across my eyes.
  • I could feel the tears brimming at the edge of my eyes.
  • Then she pulled her hand away, but not before I saw her eyes brim with tears.
Sinónimos
fill, fill up, fill to capacity, overflow
1.2Be full of a particular quality, feeling, etc. he is brimming with ideas
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The recording brims with the excitement of realized talent.
  • His writing brims with death and decay, but, buoyed by a certain old-fashioned stateliness, it avoids cheap gore.
  • That disc brims with behind-the-scenes explanations and endearing insights into the mind of the director.

Origen

Middle English (denoting the edge of the sea or other body of water): perhaps related to German Bräme 'trimming'.

Derivativos

brimless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I wore a brimless baseball cap underneath.
  • He also outlawed the traditional fez, a brimless, cone-shaped, red hat.
  • Everyone who works production at the plant wears white coveralls and a brimless white cap.

brimmed

adjetivo
[in combination]: a wide-brimmed hat

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