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form

noun /foːm/
(a) shape; outward appearance
forma
He saw a strange form in the darkness.
a kind, type or variety
clase, tipo
What form of wedding ceremony do they prefer?
a document containing certain questions, the answers to which must be written on it
formulario
an application form.
a fixed way of doing things
formalidad
It’s not good form to talk while you are eating.
a school class
curso
He is in the sixth form.
formation noun the act of forming or making
formación
He agreed to the formation of a music society.
(a) particular arrangement or order
formación
The planes flew in formation.
be in good form to be in good spirits or health
estar en buena forma
She’s in good form after her holiday.
in the form of having the shape, character, style etc of
en forma de
He wrote a novel in the form of a diary.
(Definition of form from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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