1. [early 16C+] (also trim up) to beat, to trounce, to defeat.
2. (also trim up) in fig. (non-physical) senses; to defeat in competition.
3. [early 16C+] to reprimand, to scold.
4. [17C–18C; 1960s+] to have sexual intercourse; thus trimming n.
5. [late 17C+] to cheat of money or possessions; thus trimming n. and adj.
6. to explain.
[late 18C] to deflower a woman.
[mid-18C–early 19C] to beat, to thrash someone.
[1970s] (US) to have anal intercourse.
1. see sense 1 above.
2. see sense 2 above.