B1 [ L only + noun ] to make or be something制作；成为
Together they would form the next government. 他们将共同组建下届政府。
- Research forms the predominant part of my job.
- By forming a coalition, the rebels and the opposition parties defeated the government.
- The prisoners formed a line against the wall.
- A long queue had formed, snaking its way downstairs and out into the street.
- A thick sheet of ice had formed over the water.
form noun (DOCUMENT)
- Have you completed your application form yet?
- I had to fill in this really complicated form.
- On his form he lists his interests as cycling, the cinema and cooking.
- Please write your credit card number on this form.
- Take the forms into your local branch office.
form noun (TYPE)
- Aerobics is one of the most stimulating forms of exercise.
- Body language is a potent form of non-verbal communication.
- Emma's only form of recreation seems to be shopping.
- Bicycles are a cheap and efficient form of transport.
- Simple forms of life have only one cell.
form noun (SHAPE)
- She looked at Timothy's recumbent form beside her.
- The song achieved a perfect unity between form and content.
- The sculpture was inspired by natural forms.
- He could see the form of a vehicle approaching in the distance.
- The chairs were arranged in the form of circle.
form noun (ABILITY)
be on good, great, etc. form C2 UK US be in good, great, etc. form
- After the humiliation of last week's defeat, the Mets were back on form.
- She's currently experiencing a dip in form.
- The team are in unbeatable form.
- Ashia Hansen rediscovered her best form with a morale-boosting win in the triple jump.
- He has been struggling to regain his form after a series of defeats.
form noun (GRAMMAR)
"Hers" is the possessive form of "her". hers 是 her 的所有格形式。
"Isn't" is the short form of "is not". isn't 是 is not 的缩略形式。
- the genitive form of a noun
- the imperative form of the verb