to cut a small part of something, to add something to the edge of something
Past Participle form
I trim my own hair.
She trims dog's hair for a living.
A: What are you after today?
B: Just a trim please.
A: I can trim your hair in about 10 minutes.
B: That's great. Thank you.
I trimmed the black dress with gold sequins.
She trimmed my toenails when I was in the hospital.
A: Your hair looks great.
B: Thanks. My hairdresser trimmed it this morning.
A: Any reason for the trim?
B: I've got a date tonight.
The vet is trimming my cat's hair and nails.
I'm trimming the wallpaper so it fits correctly.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm trimming the worksheets so they fit in the books.
A: Can I help?
B: No, that's okay. I'm almost done.
My dog gets her trimmed every month.
I've trimmed my own hair once before and it looked awful.
A: Have you every cut your own hair?
B: I've trimmed the back once but took a large chunk out of it.
A: Oh no.
B: Yeah, never again.