B1 [ L only + noun ] to make or be something製作；成為
Together they would form the next government. 他們將共同組建下屆政府。
- 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)
form noun (TYPE)
form noun (SHAPE)
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 的縮寫形式。