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slimline

[ slim-lahyn ]
/ ˈslɪmˌlaɪn /
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adjective

slim in appearance.
of, relating to, or noting a long, slender shape, design, or item.

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Origin of slimline

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Example sentences from the Web for slimline

  • Although they tend to be lighter weight and more slimline than their upright counterparts, some designs can be tricky to maneuver because the weight is in the handle rather than at the base.

British Dictionary definitions for slimline

slimline
/ (ˈslɪmˌlaɪn) /

adjective

slim; giving the appearance of or conducive to slimness
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