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  1. form
    IPA[fôrm]
  2. noun

    verb

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: form, plural noun: forms

    • v.: verb: form, 3rd person present: forms, gerund or present participle: forming, past tense: formed, past participle: formed

    • combining form

      having the form of:

      having a particular number of:

    • noun

      the visible shape or configuration of something:

      the body or shape of a person or animal:

    • verb

      bring together parts or combine to create (something):

      go to make up or constitute:

    • combining form

      having the form of:

      having a particular number of:

    • noun

      a conventionally established form of artistic composition, such as the novel, sonata, or sonnet:

      any activity regarded as a medium of imaginative or creative self-expression:

    • noun

      a defined standard structure for relational databases in which a relation may not be nested within another relation.

      a standard structure or format in which all propositions in a (usually symbolic) language can be expressed.

    • noun

      a mathematical factor that compensates for irregularity in the shape of an object, usually the ratio between its volume and that of a regular object of the same breadth and height.

      the physical size and shape of a piece of computer hardware.

    • adjective

      denoting or relating to content of a type that is short in length or duration, designed to be read or viewed quickly:
    • noun

      a morpheme that occurs only as an element of a compound word and cannot stand on its own, such as -ing or -er.
    • noun

      a classificatory category used for fossils which are similar in appearance but cannot be reliably assigned to an established animal or plant genus, such as fossil parts of organisms and trace fossils.
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