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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The shape and structure of an object.
- noun: The body or outward appearance of a person or an animal considered separately from the face or head; figure.
- noun: The essence of something.
- noun: The mode in which a thing exists, acts, or manifests itself; kind: a form of animal life; a form of blackmail.
- noun: Procedure as determined or governed by regulation or custom.
- noun: A fixed order of words or procedures, as for use in a ceremony; a formula.
- noun: A document with blanks for the insertion of details or information: insurance forms.
- noun: Manners or conduct as governed by etiquette, decorum, or custom.
- noun: Behavior according to a fixed or accepted standard: Tardiness is considered bad form.
- noun: Performance considered with regard to acknowledged criteria: a good jump shooter having an unusual form.
- noun: Proven ability to perform: a musician at the top of her form.
- noun: Fitness, as of an athlete or animal, with regard to health or training.
- noun: The past performance of a racehorse.
- noun: A racing form.
- noun: Method of arrangement or manner of coordinating elements in literary or musical composition or in organized discourse: presented my ideas in outline form; a treatise in the form of a dialogue.
- noun: A particular type or example of such arrangement: The essay is a literary form.
- noun: The design, structure, or pattern of a work of art: symphonic form.
- noun: A mold for the setting of concrete.
- noun: A model of the human figure or part of it used for displaying clothes.
- noun: A proportioned model that may be adjusted for fitting clothes.
- noun: A grade in a British secondary school or in some American private schools: the sixth form.
- noun: A linguistic form.
- noun: The external aspect of words with regard to their inflections, pronunciation, or spelling.
- noun: Chiefly British A long seat; a bench.
- noun: The resting place of a hare.
- noun: Botany A subdivision of a variety usually differing in one trivial characteristic, such as flower color.
- verb-transitive: To give form to; shape: form clay into figures.
- verb-transitive: To develop in the mind; conceive: form an opinion.
- verb-transitive: To shape or mold (dough, for example) into a particular form.
- verb-transitive: To arrange oneself in: Holding out his arms, the cheerleader formed a T. The acrobats formed a pyramid.
- verb-transitive: To organize or arrange: The environmentalists formed their own party.
- verb-transitive: To fashion, train, or develop by instruction or precept: form a child's mind.
- verb-transitive: To come to have; develop or acquire: form a habit.
- verb-transitive: To constitute or compose a usually basic element, part, or characteristic of.
- verb-transitive: To produce (a tense, for example) by inflection: form the pluperfect.
- verb-transitive: To make (a word) by derivation or composition.
- verb-transitive: To put in order; arrange.
- verb-intransitive: To become formed or shaped.
- verb-intransitive: To come into being by taking form; arise.
- verb-intransitive: To assume a specified form, shape, or pattern.
- išorinė išvaizda
- form words tarnybiniai žodžiai
- klasė (mokykloje)
- ilgas medinis suolas
- in (out) of form
- on (off) form geros (blogos) formos
- (susi) formuoti