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Translation of "shape" - English-Turkish dictionary

shape

noun     /ʃeɪp/
B1 [C, U] the physical form of something made by the line around its outer edge şekil, biçim a circular/rectangular shape You can recognize trees by the shape of their leaves.Patterns and shapesGeometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objectsConditions and characteristics
in good/bad/great, etc shape
B2 in good/bad, etc health or condition iyi/kötü/harika vs.durumda She runs every day so she's in pretty good shape.Fit and healthyNot fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)
out of shape
not healthy or physically strong sağlıksız, zayıf, kötü, şekilsiz Not fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)
keep in shape
to stay healthy and physically strong formunu korumak; sağlığına ve fiziğine iyi bakmak Fit and healthy
take shape
to start to develop and become more clear or certain şekil almak, bir şeye benzemeye başlamak The project is slowly beginning to take shape.Conditions and characteristics
(Definition of shape noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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