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form

noun [C]
 
 
/fɔːm/
(also US blank) a document printed with spaces in which to write answers or information: fill in/out a form You will need to fill in form FW 20, available from your Social Security office. You will be required to sign several forms. → See also application form, claim form, I-9 form, order form, substance over form, tax form
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