thim

Trim vs Thim - What's the difference?

trim | thim |


As a verb trim

is to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; eg 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard' the adposition of can be used in present perfect tense to designate the removed part.

As a noun trim

is (uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders.

As an adjective trim

is physically fit.

As an adverb trim

is (nautical) in good order, properly managed or maintained.

As a pronoun thim is

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Thim vs Thig - What's the difference?

thim | thig |


As a pronoun thim

is .

As a verb thig is

to beseech; supplicate; implore.

Thim vs Whim - What's the difference?

thim | whim |


As a pronoun thim

is .

Shim vs Thim - What's the difference?

shim | thim |


As a noun shim

is a wedge or shim can be (informal|often|derogatory) a person characterised by both male and female traits, or by ambiguous male-female traits, also called a he-she; transsexual.

As a verb shim

is to fit one or more shims to a piece of machinery.

As a pronoun thim is

.

Thim vs Theim - What's the difference?

thim | theim |


As pronouns the difference between thim and theim

is that thim is while theim is .

Thim vs Thiam - What's the difference?

thim | thiam |


As a pronoun thim

is .

As an interjection thiam is

(singapore) shut up!.

Them vs Thim - What's the difference?

them | thim |


As an adjective them

is additional.

As a conjunction them

is plus.

As a verb them

is to increase.

As a pronoun thim is

.

Him vs Thim - What's the difference?

him | thim |


As an adjective him

is male.

As a noun him

is male (someone of masculine gender).

As a pronoun thim is

.

This vs Thim - What's the difference?

this | thim |


As a determiner this

is .

As a pronoun thim is

.

Thin vs Thim - What's the difference?

thin | thim |


As a proper noun thin

is the fifth earthly branch represented by the.

As a pronoun thim is

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