Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Brim"

The meaning of "Brim" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does be packed to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>
mean?
A: very very full
Q: What does to be packed to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> mean?
A: thanks alot, i got it ^^
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> mean?
A: This word has a couple meanings related to fullness. If a cup is full, it’s filled to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>. The <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> is the top. Containers such as buckets and pitchers have <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>s too. Also, the bucket is <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>ming if it's totally full. A <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>ming container is likely to spill. People can <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> too: you can be <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>ming with enthusiasm or happiness. Like a cup about to spill, you can’t quite contain yourself when you’re <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>ming with joy.

Example sentences using "Brim"

Q: Please show me example sentences with full to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>.
A: Some ask if the glass if half-full or half-empty. I do not care because I fill it up to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> in that case.

Synonyms of "Brim" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> over with and overflow with ?
A: Brim over is just over the top while overflow is pouring out of it
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> and brink ?
A: a <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> is like the edge of a hat, you can check pictures.
brink is the edge of somethings in general like a cliff or a situation.
for example: we are on the brink of war
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> over with and bubble over with ?
A: they mean the same
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> and brink ?
A: often people say "you're on the brink of success" meaning "you're so close to success" but honestly, ive only heard "<span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span>" used as "the edge of a hat" 😂

Other questions about "Brim"

Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> over enthusiasm in what it has to offer. does this sound natural?
A: thanks :)
Q: i <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> over with enthusiasm does this sound natural?
A: instead of <span class="dictionary_keyword">brim</span> you could say I overflow with enthusiasm to sound more natural ^^

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