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rim

 (rĭm)
n.
1.
a. The upper or outer edge of an object, especially when curved or circular. See Synonyms at border.
b. The upper edge of a steep slope; a cliff or brink: the rim of a canyon.
2.
a. The circular outer part of a wheel, furthest from the axle.
b. A circular metal structure around which a wheel tire is fitted.
tr.v. rimmed, rim·ming, rims
1. To furnish with a rim.
2. Sports To roll around the rim of (a basket or golf cup, for example) without falling in.
3. Vulgar Slang To perform anilingus on.

[Middle English, from Old English rima.]

rimmed

(rɪmd)

adj.
having a rim, esp. of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): red-rimmed eyes.
[1720–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rimmed - having a rim or a rim of a specified kind; "do you wear rimmed or rimless glasses?"
rimless - lacking a rim or frame; "rimless glasses"
Translations
ذو حافَّه أو إطار
lemovanýs obroučkami
randet
kehyksellinen
meî umgjörî ; umlukinn
lemovanýs obrubou
kenarlı

rimmed

[rɪmd] ADJ rimmed withcon un borde de ...
glasses rimmed with goldgafas fpl con montura dorada

rimmed

adjmit Rand; wheelmit Felge; gold-rimmed spectaclesBrille fmit Goldfassung or -rand; red-rimmed eyesrot geränderte Augen

rimmed

[ˈrɪmd] adj (with colour) → bordato/a

rim

(rim) noun
an edge or border. the rim of a wheel; the rim of a cup.
ˈrimless adjective
without a rim. rimless spectacles.
rimmed adjective
horn-rimmed spectacles; Her eyes were red-rimmed from crying.