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There are several glasses on the table.

"The pair without rim/a rim/ the rim is mine."

Should there be any aritcle before 'rim'?

Thank you

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without rim
What do you mean by without a rim?? What's glass without rim?
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reading glasses
rimless glasses:
http://www.rimless-glasses.co.uk/product.php?cid=23
Gosh. I was thinking of what you drink water from. Embarassing.

I've always called them frameless glasses. Is this a UK/US difference?
I should have said 'there are several pairs of glasses on the table' instead. Emotion: stick out tongue
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I should have said 'there are several pairs of glasses on the table' instead. Emotion: stick out tongue
frameless/rimless are both UK/AmE, IMO
I guess it's not a problem when context is clear. Don't sweat it.
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