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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The characteristic surface configuration of a thing; an outline or contour. See Synonyms at
- noun: Something distinguished from its surroundings by its outline.
- noun: The contour of a person's body; the figure.
- noun: A definite distinctive form: "The bomb gave the shape of life, outer and inner, an irreversible charge; a sense of fatefulness would now lie on all things” ( Alfred Kazin).
- noun: A desirable form: a fabric that holds its shape.
- noun: A form or condition in which something may exist or appear; embodiment: a god in the shape of a swan.
- noun: Assumed or false appearance; guise.
- noun: A ghostly form; a phantom.
- noun: Something, such as a mold or pattern, used to give or determine form.
- noun: The proper condition of something necessary for action, effectiveness, or use: an athlete in excellent shape.
- verb-transitive: To give a particular form to; create.
- verb-transitive: To cause to conform to a particular form or pattern; adapt to fit.
- verb-transitive: To plan to bring about the realization or accomplishment of; devise.
- verb-transitive: To embody in a definite form: shaped a folk legend into a full-scale opera.
- verb-transitive: To adapt to a particular use or purpose; adjust.
- verb-transitive: To direct the course of: "He shaped history as well as being shaped by it” ( Robert J. Samuelson).
- verb-intransitive: To come to pass; happen.
- verb-intransitive: To take on a definite shape or form. Often used with up or into.
- phrasal-verb: shape up Informal To turn out; develop.
- phrasal-verb: shape up To improve so as to meet a standard: Either shape up or ship out.
- to get (oneself) into shape atgauti formą (po mankštos)
- to get one's ideas into shape apgalvoti