Filled to the brim
Meanings of "Filled to the brim"
full to the top.
The brim is the top of a container, like the edge of a cup. Also, if a cup is brimming, it's full. This word has a couple meanings related to fullness. If a cup is full, it's filled to the brim, but this expression is often used figuratively.
Napunjen do vrha, pun puncat.
"Filled to the brim" в текстах
In this ordinary forest, filled to the brim
The outside of the window that gave me a good feeling is a sea
A ship of hope is rising to the surface
who will go out together with me, with this symphony
Do you still remember the silly promise that we made to each other so long ago?
I wonder what you'd say if you saw the night sky filled to the brim with so many stars.
No matter what, the thing that keeps giving us hope might just be the promise we made.
With my sword and shield slaying demons with the words wield,
Graceful with the pen but im not asking for a writers guild,
In this potters field witch is filled to the brim the days stay cloudy the sun has went dim,
The children have turned grim, slim chances of saving them no code for their ethics, pathetic in always in these lost days, in these lost days its hard to be raised,
We live under a peaceful sky
We welcome guests with bread[fn]sharing bread and salt is the traditional greeting ritual, like in numerous other cultures[/fn]
A home filled to the brim with joy[fn]"where (you can find) bowlfuls of joy" :)[/fn],
where our children live happily[fn]"where [lies] the happiness of our children"[/fn]
Yesterday in the morning I met you again at Pryca[fn]A chain of Spanish supermarkets launched in 1976 and taken over by Carrefour in 2000[/fn]; you had the same fringe.
We couldn’t avoid bumping into each other.
You had a shopping cart filled to the brim with pork sausages (poor animal!),
you didn’t recognize me and I pretended I didn’t see you.