Definitions and translations for "form"

Definition of form

Pronunciation
Noun
1. To do with shape.
1. The shape or visible structure of a thing or person.
2. A thing that gives shape to other things as in a mold.
3. Characteristics not involving atomic components. rfex
4. A long bench with no back.
5. Fine arts The boundary line of a material object. In painting, more generally, the human body.
6. Crystallography The combination of planes included under a general crystallographic symbol. It is not necessarily a closed solid.
2. To do with structure or procedure.
7. An order of doing things, as in religious ritual.
8. Established method of expression or practice; fixed way of proceeding; conventional or stated scheme; formula.
9. Constitution; mode of construction, organization, etc.; system.
A republican form of government
10. Show without substance; empty, outside appearance; vain, trivial, or conventional ceremony; conventionality; formality.
A matter of mere form
11. Archaic A class or rank in society.
12. UK A criminal record; loosely, past history (in a given area).
13. Education Level.
3. A blank document or template to be filled in by the user.
To apply for the position, complete the application form.
4. A grouping of words which maintain grammatical context in different usages; the particular shape or structure of a word or part of speech.
Participial forms;
Verb forms
5. The den or home of a hare.
6. A window or dialogue box.
7. An infraspecific rank.
8. The type or other matter from which an impression is to be taken, arranged and secured in a chase.
9. A quantic.
10. A specific way of performing a movement.
Verb
11. To give shape or visible structure to (a thing or person).
When you kids form a straight line I'll hand out the lollies.
12. To take shape.
When icicles start to form on the eaves you know the roads will be icy.
13. To create (a word) by inflection or derivation.
By adding "-ness", you can form a noun from an adjective.
14. To constitute, to compose, to make up.
Teenagers form the bulk of extreme traffic offenders.
15. To mould or model by instruction or discipline.
Singing in a choir helps to form a child's sociality.
16. To provide (a hare) with a form.
17. To treat (plates) to prepare them for introduction into a storage battery, causing one plate to be composed more or less of spongy lead, and the other of lead peroxide. This was formerly done by repeated slow alternations of the charging current, but later the plates or grids were coated or filled, one with a paste of red lead and the other with litharge, introduced into the cell, and formed by a direct charging current.
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English - English - form

Pronunciation
n. shape; image; framework, mold; document with blank spaces to be filled in; fitness; mood; type; grade, class (British); custom, social standards; order; format; area of a hypertext document that includes options for receiving user input (Computers, Internet)
v. shape, fashion, create; design; constitute; arrange; take shape; be created, be shaped
n. form, shape; figure, image; human shape; fitness; mode, manner; mold; document with blank spaces to be filled in; format; model, pattern, template, sample; ideal; configuration

English - Spanish - form

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s. forma, figura, formato, hechura, horma; formulario, aplicación, solicitud; clase, tipo; (inform.) formulario
v. formar, ahormar, constituir, crear, dar forma a, fabricar, integrar, moldear, sintetizar; establecer

English - French - form

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n. forme; coutume; condition; formulaire; forme (physique ou psychique); cérémonie; conduite; ordre; rangement; structure; formulaire, zone d'un document d'hypertexte (informatique)
v. former, faire; façonner; organiser; établir; instituer; prendre forme; se former; se produire

English - German - form

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n. Form; Art, Wesen; Formblatt, Klasse; Brauch; Ordnung; Schablone; (Comput) Formular, Bereich in einem Hypertextdokument
v. kreieren; formen; sein; auskommen; bewerten; Form annehmen; schaffen; geschaffen werden

English - Indonesian - form

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n. rupa, wujud, angkuh, sosok, bentuk, bangun, tokoh, raut, gaya, kondisi, keadaan, acara, susunan, tingkat pd sekolah menengah, bangku tanpa sandaran, formulir, surat isian, blanko, blangko, format, cetak
v. membentuk, memperbuat, terbentuk, mewujud, merupakan, melatih

English - Italian - form

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s. forma; immagine, apparenza, figura (anche inform.); capacità; stato d'animo; classe; cerimonia; comportamento; ordine; modello; (inform.) modulo, scheda; area sul documento di ipertesto
v. foggiare, formare, plasmare; comporre; costituire; disporsi in; formarsi, farsi; essere; (Mil) mettere in riga

English - Polish - form

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n. kształt, ton, figura, postać, forma, odmiana, formalność, formy towarzyskie, ukształtowanie, formularz, druk, blankiet, klasa, kondycja, ankieta, fason, oddział
v. kształtować, ukształtować, wykształcić, formować, sformować, uformować, formować się, uformować się, fasonować, konstytuować, zorganizować, tworzyć, wytwarzać, potworzyć, utworzyć, wyłaniać, ustawiać, czynić, wykształcać, wytworzyć, wyłonić, ustawić

English - Portuguese - form

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s. forma; figura; costume; formulário (também em informática); forma física, habilidade; estado-de-espírito; classe, grupo; cerimônia; comportamento; arrumação; ordem; modelo, forma
v. formar; fabricar; consolidar; ser; transformar-se; ordenar-se; preparar-se; vestir-se de; criar-se

English - Romanian - form

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n. formă, înfăţişare, figură, siluetă, chip, făptură, aspect, manieră, stil, organizare, respectare a regulilor de politeţe, bună-cuviinţă, dispoziţie sufletească, condiţie a sănătăţii, politeţe, formă de prezentare, ceremonie, ritual, blanchetă, buletin, formular, bancă, clasă, model, element, şablon, cofraj lateral
v. da o formă, modela, fasona, constitui, alcătui, face, educa, dezvolta, disciplina, întocmi un plan, fonda, întemeia, articula cuvinte, pronunţa, forma: se forma, face: se face, căpăta o formă, lua o formă, înfiinţa, clădi, construi, compune, crea: se crea, naşte: se naşte, zămisli, lua
a. profilat

English - Russian - form

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с. форма, внешний вид, очертание, экстерьер, фигура, вид, образ; разновидность, формальность, состояние; проформа, готовность, церемония, порядок; построение; общепринятая форма, этикет; класс; формат; бланк, анкета, образец; скамья, парта
модель, печатная форма; опалубка; область страницы интернета включающая место для ввода пользовательских данных
г. придавать форму, принимать форму, образовывать, формировать, образовываться, формироваться; вырабатывать, тренировать, дисциплинировать, воспитывать; строиться [воен.]

English - Turkish - form

Pronunciation
f. şekil vermek, şekil almak, biçimlendirmek, şekillendirmek, kurmak, oluşturmak, düzenlemek, biçim almak, şekillenmek
i. form, şekil, biçim, kalıp, model, tarz, yöntem, yapı, beden, vücut, karakter, davranış, tavır, sıra, sınıf
snk. biçiminde

English - Ukrainian - form

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n. форма, постать, різновид, стиль, бланк, модуль
v. форма: надавати форми, формувати, формуватися, формулювати, оформляти, складати, складатися, становити, утворювати

German - English - form

Pronunciation
v. shape, fashion, create; design; constitute; arrange; take shape; be created, be shaped

Turkish - English - form

form

English - Dutch - form

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zn. vorm; figuur; gewoonte; formulier (ook in computers); konditie; geestesgesteldheid; klas; ceremonie; gedrag; order; regeling; pasvorm; (in computers) formulier
ww. maken, vormen; ontwerpen; scheppen; redden, halen; voorbereiden

English - Greek - form

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ουσ. έντυπο υπόδειγμα, φόρμα, μορφή, τρόπος, τύπος, σχήμα
ρήμ. διαμορφώνω, συγκροτώ, σχηματίζω, μορφώ

German - Spanish - form

Pronunciation
n. forma (f), manera (f), modo (m), hechura (f), molde (m), formación (f), orden (m)

Turkish - Turkish - form

biçim, şekil; istenen şeylerin yazılması, doldurulması için hazırlanmış basılı belge.
bir insan ya da hayvanın fiziksel durumu, dış görünümü.

German - French - form

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n. condition (f), forme (f), ligne (f), présentation (f), moule (m), mode (m)

German - Italian - form

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n. forma (f), figura (f), conformazione (f), sagoma (f), maniera (f), formalità (f), foggia (f), aspetto (m), stampo (m), ugello (m)

German - Russian - form

Pronunciation
n. форма (f), вид (f), образ (f), очертание (f), модель (f), шаблон (f), матрица (f), формуляр (f)

German - Turkish - form

Pronunciation
i. şekil (f), biçim (f), kalıp (f), kılık (f), sporcunun verim (f)

Turkish - German - form

n. Vordruck

Turkish - Russian - form

n. форма (F), подготовленность (F), бланк (M)

German - Dutch - form

Pronunciation
vorm ,fatsoen ,model

English - Arabic - form

Pronunciation
‏هيئة، صورة، صيغة، إستمارة، السلف، صف مدرسي، عرف، التزام للعرف، الأنموذج، قالب، مقعد خشبي طويل، ضرب، نوع، في حالة جيدة، مظهر، شكل‏
‏رتب، تألف، نظم، كون فكرة، ألف، صاغ اللغة، أنشأ، تشكل، إتخذ شكلا، برز، تكوين‏

English - Chinese - form

Pronunciation
(名) 形状, 形式, 表格; 构架, 模具; 留有空行有待填写的档案; 合适, 健康; 情绪; 种类; 分级; 风俗, 社会标准; 次序, 规则; 格式; 包括接收使用者输入选择的超文件档案区域 (计算机, 因特网用语)
(动) 形成; 塑造; 构成; 构; 成形; 排, 列; 被形成; 开始形成

English - Chinese - form

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(名) 形狀, 形式, 表格
(動) 形成; 塑造; 構成; 構; 成形; 排, 列; 被形成; 開始形成

English - Hindi - form

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n. रूप, आकृति, रीति, तर्ज़, शैली, प्रपत्र, फ़ार्म, फारम
v. रूप ग्रहण करना, रूप देना

English - Japanese - form

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(動) 形作る; 形を成す; 組織する; 作り上げる; 構成する
(名) 形, 形状; 人影, 物影; 姿; 形態; 種類; 表現形式; (コンピュータ) フォーム, 形式, 書式, ユーザーからの入力を受け取り可能なインターネット上のHTML文書の部分など

English - Korean - form

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명. 꼴, 형상, 사람의 형체, 물건의 형체, 형, 형식, 예법, 문서의 양식, 심신의 상태, 형태, 학년, 긴 의자, 토끼굴, 식, 체형, 태, 투
동. 만들다, 형성하다; 모양을 만들다; 설립하다, 성립시키다; 정열 시키다; 만들어 내다

English - Vietnamese - form

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n. hình, hình thể, hình trạng, hình thức, giống, loại, nghi thức, cách tao nhã, phép lịch sự, khuôn bản in
v. làm ra, thành lập, giao kết, huấn luyện, tạo thành

German - Chinese - form

Pronunciation
[die] pl.Formen 形状。形式。外表。款式。
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Verb forms for form
Present participle: forming
Present: form (3.person: forms)
Past: formed
Future: will form
Present conditional: would form
Present Perfect: have formed (3.person: has formed)
Past Perfect: had formed
Future Perfect: will have formed
Past conditional: would have formed