Form

  • 101 form — 1. noun 1) the form of the landscape Syn: shape, configuration, formation, structure, construction, arrangement, appearance, exterior, outline, format, layout, design 2) the human form Syn …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 102 Form — die Form, en (Grundstufe) die äußere Gestalt von Gegenständen und Körpern Beispiele: Die Erde hat die Form einer Kugel. Der Mantel hat seine Form verloren. die Form (Aufbaustufe) körperliche Verfassung in Bezug auf Ausdauer, Leistungsfähigkeit o …

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  • 103 Form T — A form that FINRA requires brokers to use for reporting equity trades executed outside of normal market hours. Form T trades occur during extended hours before the market opens and after it closes. The objective of the Form T reports is to… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 104 Form — 1. a) Bauweise, Design, Format, Formung, Gestalt, Kontur, Machart, Schnitt, Styling, Umriss, Zuschnitt; (veraltend): Fasson. b) Anordnung, Ausbildung, Ausformung, Ausgestaltung, Darstellungsweise, Fassung, Gestaltung, Struktur. c) Abwandlung, Art …

    Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

  • 105 form — I form 1. form sb., en, e, ene (støbeform; kageform e.l.) II form 2. form sb., en, er, erne; være i god form; holde på formerne; i forskellige former …

    Dansk ordbog

  • 106 Form-Z — Infobox Software name = form Z developer = auto des sys latest release version = 6.5.6 latest release date = February, 2008 operating system = Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X genre = 3D computer graphics license = Proprietary website =… …

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  • 107 form — 1. noun /fɔːm,fɔɹm/ a) The shape or visible structure of a thing or person. To apply for the position, complete the application form. b) A thing that gives shape to other things as in a mold. Its fair to say she has form on this: she has… …

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  • 108 Form 4 — A document that must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) whenever there is a material change in the holdings of company insiders. Insiders required to submit a Form 4 include directors and officers of the company as well as …

    Investment dictionary

  • 109 Form 5 — A document that must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by an insider who has conducted insider transactions during the year which were not previously reported via a Form 4 submission. Insider transactions involving small… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 110 form up — v. (D; intr.) to form up in (to form up in three ranks) * * * [ fɔːm ʌp] (D; intr.) to form up in (to form up in three ranks) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 111 form —   Kino.    ♦ Printed form, pa i hakahaka, ho opihapiha.    ♦ Shadowy form, haili aka.    ♦ To have a dual form, kino pāpālua.    ♦ To take form, ho okino; ōhopehopeke a (of tubers, rare) …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 112 form — /fɔ:m/ noun 1. ♦ form of words words correctly laid out for a legal document ♦ receipt in due form a correctly written receipt 2. official printed paper with blank spaces which have to be filled in with information ● You have to fill in form A20 …

    Marketing dictionary in english

  • 113 form — /fɔ:m/ noun 1. ♦ form of words words correctly laid out for a legal document ♦ receipt in due form a correctly written receipt 2. an official printed paper with blank spaces which have to be filled in with information ● a pad of order forms ● You …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 114 form — Shape; mold. [L. forma] accolé forms (ak ola′) SYN: appliqué forms. appliqué forms (ap li ka′) a term applied to the manner in which the ring stage of Plasmodium falciparum parasitizes the marginal portion of erythrocytes. SYN: accolé forms. arch …

    Medical dictionary

  • 115 Form S-4 — A form that must be submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission in the event of a merger or an acquisition between two companies. The form must also be submitted for exchange offers. An exchange offer occurs when a company or a financial… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 116 Form S-3 — A shorter form of registration statement than the Form S 1 that can be used by certain already public companies to sell additional shares. It is also the form most often used to cover resales of restricted securities by selling stockholders.… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 117 Form — (Gut) in Form sein: gut aufgelegt, gut gelaunt, bei guter Leistungskraft sein. Die Wendung ist erst in jüngster Zeit aus dem Sportleben und aus dem Englischen übernommen, wo sie zuerst im Pferdesport üblich war. Vgl. französisch ›être en… …

    Das Wörterbuch der Idiome

  • 118 form — [13] Form comes via Old French forme from Latin forma ‘shape, contour’, a word whose origins have never been satisfactorily explained. Its semantic similarity to Greek morphé ‘form, shape’ (source of English morphology [19]) is striking, and has… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 119 -form — (usu. as iform) combining form 1》 having the form of: cruciform. 2》 having a particular number of: multiform. Origin from Fr. forme, from L. formis, from forma form …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 120 Form 10-Q — In the USA, the form filed quarterly with the Securities and Exchange Commission by public traded companies. The form contains interim financial statements and may be for a single quarter or may be cumulative. Comparative figures are provided for …

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