1 neat, tidy, orderly, well-ordered, well-groomed, well turned out, well-kempt, smart, crisp, dapper, spick and span, spruce, shipshape (and Bristol fashion), Archaic or Dialectal trig, Colloq natty, US spiffy:
Nancy arrived wearing her trim new flight-attendant's uniform.
2 in good or fine fettle, fit (as a fiddle), athletic, slim, slender, clean-cut, shapely, streamlined, compact:
Larry looks so trim that I asked him if he had lost weight. The new convertible model is a very trim little motor-car.
3 curtail, shorten, prune, pare, lop (off), crop, bob, clip, cut, shave, shear, snip, dock; barber:
They trimmed the article by cutting two paragraphs from the end. He had shaved off his beard and trimmed his moustache.
4 decorate, embellish, dress up, embroider, adorn, ornament, deck out, caparison, beautify:
When should we trim the Christmas tree?
5 trimming, edging, piping, purfling, ricrac or rickrack, embroidery, border, hem, frill, fringe, ornament, ornamentation, decoration, embellishment, adornment:
The skirt was spoilt by a rather cheap trim round the hem.
6 condition, state, fettle, health, form, order, fitness, repair, Colloq shape:
Sid's car seemed to be in good trim when I saw it yesterday.