Definition of 'brim'
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They have a clean bill of health again with no injuries and a squad brimming with confidence. The Sun (2017)Certainly confidence is brimming through their ranks right now. The Sun (2016)And yet she was brimming with ideas. The Sun (2016)The day when the hospital emergency departments are full to the brim. The Sun (2016)His victories are depicted in iron crosses notched inside the brim of the hat. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Wolves were brimming with confidence after back-to-back wins. The Sun (2017)The brothers admit emotions may brim over this afternoon. The Sun (2009)The flat top keeps the height down and the wide brim balances sporty shoulders. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Toon are on fire and are brimming over with confidence. The Sun (2012)England are brim full of potential stars. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He wants his players to be absolutely brimming with a sense of desperation to succeed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The result is a record brimming with energy and style. The Sun (2008)They come out of school brimming with creative ideas for church growth. Christianity Today (2000)Fill the moulds to the brim with the mixture. A Passion for Food (1989)He was no stranger to hardship brim of his hat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Look for a wider brim to help with sun protection. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are at home and brimming with confidence. The Sun (2013)It left me feeling full of food and brimming with energy. The Sun (2016)The speech was brimming with ideas for rewarding work and reducing dependency. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He likes to brim with an enthusiasm that is not weighed down by regret. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He speaks to her brimming with the full pity of all that has been and all that is yet to come. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He turned the key in the familiar lock, brimming with excitement and hope. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But how easy is it for two people brimming with emotion to sit face-to-face and rationalise? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Everybody at the club was breathless with excitement and brimming with optimism when we took to the field at Old Trafford on the opening day. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'brim'
British English: brim NOUN
The brim of a hat is the wide part that sticks outwards at the bottom.
Rain dripped from the brim of his baseball cap.
British English: brim VERB
If something brims with particular things, it is packed full of them.
The flowerbeds brim with a mixture of lilies and roses.
Definition of brim from the Collins English Dictionary
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