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form

verb
 
 
/fɔːm/
BEGIN [I, T] B2 to begin to exist, or to make something begin to exist
oluşturmak, kurmak, oluşmak
[often passive] We are learning more about how stars are formed.Causing things to happen
SHAPE [I, T] to take or to make something take a particular shape
şekil vermek; şeklini almak; biçim vermek; biçimlendirmek
Form the dough into little balls.Patterns and shapes
COMBINE [T] B1 to make something by combining different parts
oluşturmak, bir araya getirmek, birleştirmek
In English you form the present participle by adding -ing to the verb.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
START [T] B2 to start an organization or business
bir kurumu/işi başlatmak/oluşturmak
Brown formed her own company eleven years ago.Starting, succeeding and failing in business
BE [T] to be the thing talked about or be part of it
bahsedilen şey ya da parçası olmak
The Alps form a natural barrier between Italy and Switzerland.Comprising and consisting ofIncluding and containing
form an opinion/impression, etc to begin to have a particular opinion or idea about something because of the information you have
fikir/izlenim oluşmak/oluşturmak
Opinions, beliefs and points of view
(Definition of form verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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