form

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈfɔːrm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/fɔrm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(fôrm)


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form

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [a tax, an application, a request, a contact, a consent, an intake] form
  2. [an online, a paper, a digital] form
  3. a [blank, new, completed] form
  4. the [appropriate, proper] forms
  5. fill out [a, the, this] form
  6. fill in [a] form
  7. fill the form [in, out]
  8. sign the form
  9. [hand, turn] in the forms
  10. [send, return] the (completed) form
  11. a [long, short] form
  12. a form of [government, payment, energy]
  13. is a form of [flattery, abuse, cruelty]
  14. is just another form of [racism, bullying]
  15. [love, happiness, abuse] comes in many forms
  16. [Dick] is a short form of (the name) [Richard]
  17. [water, gas, fiber] in another form
  18. takes [another, a different] form
  19. [heroin, alcohol, altruism] in its purest form
  20. in human form
  21. a [square, circular] form
  22. a [blurry, shadowed] form
  23. could [see, make out] a [blurry] form
  24. form [and, before, over] function
  25. you're really on form [today, tonight]!
  26. on [top, great, excellent] form
  27. in [peak, poor, excellent, good] form
  28. their recent form [suggests, shows]
  29. UK: studies in the [fourth, fifth] form
n as adj
  1. UK: the form [tutor, teacher]
  2. a form letter
  3. the most in-form [team, player]
v
  1. form [a club, an organization, an alliance, a partnership, committee, band]
  2. was formed in [January, 1950]
  3. formed to [provide, promote, develop, support, address]
  4. form the [clay, sand, mold]
  5. form (it) into [bowls, figures, balls]
  6. formed into [an elephant, a pot]
  7. shaped and formed
  8. formed [three] new [sections, parts, chapters]
  9. formed the basis [for, of]
  10. form an [opinion, theory]
  11. [newly, recently] formed
  12. [well, completely] formed
  13. is forming a new
  14. form a line
  15. formed the [cadets, soldiers] into line
  16. UK: form an orderly queue
  17. [ice, condensation] formed on the [window, mirror]
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