Definition of Retrim

1. v. t. To trim again.



Definition of Retrim

1. Verb. (transitive) To trim again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Retrim

1. trim [v -TRIMMED, -TRIMMING, -TRIMS] - See also: trim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retrim

retrieved
retrievement
retrievements
retriever
retrievers
retrieves
retrieving
retrig
retrigged
retrigger
retriggered
retriggering
retriggers
retrigging
retrigs
retrim (current term)
retriment
retriments
retrimmed
retrimming
retrims
retro
retro-
retro-colonial
retro-fitted
retro-futurism
retro-ocular
retro-orbital
retro-orbitally
retro future

Literary usage of Retrim

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1. Electrical Engineering in Theory and Practice: In Theory and Practice by George Dudley Aspinall Parr (1906)
"Open arc lamps are now made which will burn from 40 to 70 hours with a retrim, but from 16 to 30 is the more common life. ..."

2. Electrical Engineering: In Theory and Practice by George Dudley Aspinall Parr (1906)
"Depending on the type of lamp and carbons used, enclosed arcs burn for a maximum of about Ki0 hours with one retrim, though 80 to 100 hours is more commonly ..."

3. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1906)
"... with 150 hours retrim- ming = $5.16 per year. Cost for current for this time, 4300 hours at 5 cents per kilowatt-hour = $88.80 for series running ..."

4. Diagnostic et séméologie des maladies tropicales by Hermann Toenjes, Andy Adams, R. Wurtz, A. Thiroux, Herbert Myrick (1905)
"... I remained behind and helped him to retrim his remuda. Unless one knew the horses personally, it was embarrassing even to try and pick ten of the best ..."

5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"As, when a storm hath ceased, the birds regain Their cheerfulness, and busily retrim Their nests, ..."

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