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form

noun
 
 
/fɔːm/
TYPE [C] B2 a type of something or way of doing something
biçim, şekil, görüntü
Swimming is the best form of exercise.Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
PAPER [C] A2 a printed document with spaces for you to write information
form, başvuru fişi, çizelge, cetvel
Please fill in/out the form using black ink.Official documentsPaper
the form of sth the particular way in which something exists
oluş biçimi, şekli, varoluş şekli
The novel is written in the form of a series of letters.Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
SPORT [U] In sport, someone's form is how well or badly they are performing.
sporda form/başarı
The team seems to have lost its form lately.Quality and standard
be in/on/off form UK If someone is in form or on form, they are feeling or performing well, and if they are off form they are not feeling or performing well.
formda olmak/olmamak
Harry was on good form last night.Fit and healthyEnergetic and lively
SCHOOL GROUP [C] UK ( US grade) B1 a school class or group of classes for students of the same age or ability
sınıf, grup
He's in the third form.Students and pupils
SHAPE [C] the body or shape of someone or something
şekli, formu, görüntüsü
Patterns and shapes
GRAMMAR [C] B1 a way of writing or saying a word that shows if it is singular or plural, past or present, etc
sözcük biçimi/şekli/formu
The plural form of 'sheep' is 'sheep'. →  See also application form , sixth form Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
(Definition of form noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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