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Consider the following sentence:


"Canada goose TRIMS its coats of fur of coyotes."


Canada Goose seems to be a trademark.


(By the way, does it make sense to say 'a trademark' in this contexto, or should one say 'a brand'?)


So, what does it mean 'trim'? (Does it have to do with putting fur on the edges of the coats?)

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Christine Christie it make sense to say 'a trademark' in this context, or should one say 'a brand'?)

A brand that is registered for name protection is referred to as a trademark. (see: https://www.legalzoom.com/business/intellectual-property/trademark-registration-overview.html )


Here is a fur-trimmed coat (raccoon fur)

https://dejavu.nyc/products/rudsak-andrea-in-brown

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Christine Christie"Canada goose TRIMS its coats of fur of coyotes."

"Canada Goose TRIMS its coats with the fur of coyotes."

Christine ChristieSo, what does it mean 'trim'?

"So, what does 'trim' mean?"

There is coyote fur along the edges.

https://www.ahdictionary.com/word/search.html?q=trim

"3.a. To decorate, especially by adding a border or contrasting element: trim a blouse."

Christine Christie(By the way, does it make sense to say 'a trademark' in this contexto, or should one say 'a brand'?)

trademark or brand name

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