English - Vietnamese Dictionary
brim /brim/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- đồ đầy đến miệng, đổ đầy ắp (chén, bát...)
- nội động từ
- tràn ngập; đầy đến miệng, đổ đầy ắp
- to brim over with joy: tràn đầy sung sướng
+the top edge of a vessel or other container
+a circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat
+be completely full
+fill as much as possible
Advanced English Dictionary
1 edge, margin, lip, rim; brink:
I filled the cup to the brim.
2 be full or filled, overflow:
His cup was brimming with steaming mulled wine. They are brimming over with confidence as they approach the race.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 the top edge of a cup, bowl, glass, etc: two wine glasses, filled to the brim + (figurative) She felt suddenly alive and full to the brim with enthusiasm.
2 the flat edge around the bottom of a hat that sticks out
3 (-brimmed) (in adjectives) having the type of brim mentioned: a wide-brimmed hat
+ verb (-mm-) [V] ~ (with sth) to be full of sth; to fill sth: Her eyes brimmed with tears. + Tears brimmed in her eyes. + The team were brimming with confidence before the game.
Phrasal Verbs: brim over (with sth) (of a cup, container, etc.) to be so full of a liquid that it flows over the edge
Synonym: OVERFLOW: (figurative) Her heart was brimming over with happiness.
1 top edge of a cup, bowl, etc.
be filled/full to the brim, fill sth to the brim
She filled the bowl to the brim.
2 flat edge around the bottom of a hat
broad, deep, wide
a straw hat with a wide brim
beneath/under a/the ~
She watched the crowd from beneath the brim of her hat.
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