Trim from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
trim something from something
to cut something away from something. I trimmed the fat from the steaks. We had to trim a lot of the fat from the meat after we got it home.
References in periodicals archive
The air gap essentially uncouples the cladding and the trim from
the rest of the wall assembly.
At most you may need to make very minor adjustments to the trim from
this on-speed target.
First investigate further: Remove one piece of trim from
a window or a door.
Introducing repelletizing extruders for edge trim from
An edge-trim shredder developed by Hellweg Maschinenbau GmbH in Roetgen, Germany, is believed to be the only one designed to feed trim from
Continuously remove trim from
winder and roll scrap from unwinding frame by feed rolls or preheater.