form+in+a+mould

  • 1 Form — may mean: *Form, the shape, appearance, or configuration, of an object *Form (furniture), a long seat or bench without a back *Form (education), a class, set or group of students *Form, a shallow depression or flattened nest of grass used by a… …

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  • 2 form — /fɔm / (say fawm) noun 1. definite shape; external shape or appearance considered apart from colour or material; configuration. 2. the shape of a thing or person. 3. a body, especially that of a human being. 4. something that gives or determines… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 3 mould — (BrE) (AmE mold) noun 1 hollow container ADJECTIVE ▪ jello (AmE), jelly (BrE) ▪ terrine ▪ ring ▪ prepared …

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  • 4 mould — Ⅰ. mould [1] (US mold) ► NOUN 1) a hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens. 2) something made in this way, especially a jelly or mousse. 3) a distinctive type, style, or character. ► VERB 1) …

    English terms dictionary

  • 5 mould — (Brit.) məʊld n. pattern or form for giving a particular shape; something that has been molded; nature, character; decorative edging, patterned rim; fungal growth (also mold) v. fashion, shape; shape or form in a mold; become moldy, mildew;… …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 6 form — ► NOUN 1) visible shape or configuration. 2) a way in which a thing exists or appears. 3) a type or variety. 4) the customary or correct method or procedure. 5) a printed document with blank spaces for information to be inserted. 6) chiefly Brit …

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  • 7 mould — I. /moʊld / (say mohld) noun 1. a hollow form or matrix for giving a particular shape to something in a molten or plastic state. 2. that on or about which something is formed or made. 3. something formed in or on a mould: a mould of jelly. 4. the …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 8 mould — [[t]mo͟ʊld[/t]] moulds, moulding, moulded (in AM, use mold) 1) N COUNT A mould is a hollow container that you pour liquid into. When the liquid becomes solid, it takes the same shape as the mould. Spoon the mixture carefully into the mould... The …

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  • 9 mould — 1. noun 1) a clay mould Syn: cast, die, form, matrix, shape, template, pattern, frame 2) an actress in the traditional Hollywood mould Syn: pattern, form, type …

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  • 10 mould */ — I UK [məʊld] / US [moʊld] noun Word forms mould : singular mould plural moulds 1) [uncountable] green, blue, or white bacteria that grow on food that is not kept fresh or on other things that are not kept clean and dry 2) [countable] a shaped… …

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  • 11 Mould — Mold Mold, Mould Mould, n. [OE. molde, OF. mole, F. moule, fr. L. modulus. See {Model}.] [For spelling, see 2d {Mold}, above.] 1. The matrix, or cavity, in which anything is shaped, and from which it takes its form; also, the body or mass… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12 mould — English has three words mould. By some way the oldest is ‘earth, soil’ [OE], which comes ultimately from the Indo European base *mel , *mol , *ml ‘grind’ (source also of English meal ‘flour’, mill, etc). Moulder [16] may be derived from it. Mould …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 13 mould — English has three words mould. By some way the oldest is ‘earth, soil’ [OE], which comes ultimately from the Indo European base *mel , *mol , *ml ‘grind’ (source also of English meal ‘flour’, mill, etc). Moulder [16] may be derived from it. Mould …

    Word origins

  • 14 mould — mould1 (US mold) noun 1》 a hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens. 2》 a dish made in a mould, such as a mousse. 3》 a distinctive form, style, or character: a superb striker in the same mould …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 15 Mould — Mold Mold, Mould Mould, v. t. [Cf. F. mouler, OF. moler, moller. See {Mold} the matrix.] 1. To form into a particular shape; to shape; to model; to fashion. [1913 Webster] He forgeth and moldeth metals. Sir M. Hale. [1913 Webster] Did I request… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 16 mould — 1. n. & v. (US mold) n. 1 a hollow container into which molten metal etc. is poured or soft material is pressed to harden into a required shape. 2 a a metal or earthenware vessel used to give shape to puddings etc. b a pudding etc. made in this… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 17 form — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 type of sth/way of doing sth ADJECTIVE ▪ common ▪ Strikes are the most common form of industrial protest. ▪ different, various ▪ various forms of surveillance …

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  • 18 form — form1 W1S1 [fo:m US fo:rm] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(type)¦ 2¦(way something is/appears)¦ 3¦(shape)¦ 4¦(document)¦ 5¦(art/literature)¦ 6¦(performance)¦ 7¦(school)¦ 8¦(grammar)¦ 9¦(criminal record)¦ 10 bad form …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 form — [[t]fɔ͟ː(r)m[/t]] ♦ forms, forming, formed 1) N COUNT: with supp, oft N of n A form of something is a type or kind of it. He contracted a rare form of cancer... Doctors are willing to take some form of industrial action... I am against hunting in …

    English dictionary

  • 20 form — I. n. 1. Shape (with especial reference to structure), figure, configuration, conformation, mould, fashion, cast, cut, tournure. 2. Mode, method, formula, formulary, ritual, established practice. 3. Manner, system, sort, kind, order. 4.… …

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