Associations to the word «Slim»
SLIM, adjective. Slender, thin.
SLIM, adjective. (of a person or a person's build) Slender in an attractive way.
SLIM, adjective. (by extension) (of clothing) Designed to make the wearer appear slim.
SLIM, adjective. (of an object) Long and narrow.
SLIM, adjective. (of a workforce) Of a reduced size, with the intent of being more efficient.
SLIM, adjective. (of something abstract like a chance or margin) Very small, tiny.
SLIM, adjective. (South Africa) Sly, crafty.
SLIM, noun. A type of cigarette substantially longer and thinner than normal cigarettes.
SLIM, noun. (East Africa) AIDS, or the chronic wasting associated with its later stages.
SLIM, noun. (slang) (uncountable) Cocaine.
SLIM, verb. To lose weight in order to achieve slimness
SLIM CLIENT, noun. (computing) Synonym of thin client.
SLIM CLIENTS, noun. Plural of slim client
SLIM DOWN, verb. To reduce one's weight; to become thinner.
SLIM JIM, noun. (informal) A thin strip of metal such as spring steel used to unlock automobile doors without a key.
SLIM JIM, noun. (informal) Someone or something very thin.
SLIM JIMS, noun. Plural of slim jim
SLIM PICKINGS, noun. (colloquial) A small amount, paucity; especially in reference to money.
SLIM, verb. Take off weight.
SLIM, adjective. Being of delicate or slender build; "she was slender as a willow shoot is slender"- Frank Norris; "a slim girl with straight blonde hair"; "watched her slight figure cross the street".
SLIM, adjective. Small in quantity; "slender wages"; "a slim chance of winning"; "a small surplus".
In words, as fashions, the same rule will hold; Alike fantastic, if too new, or old: Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.