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Translation of "shape" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ʃeip/
the external form or outline of anything forma People are all (of) different shapes and sizes The house is built in the shape of a letter L.
an indistinct form figura, bulto I saw a large shape in front of me in the darkness.
condition or state forma You’re in better physical shape than I am.
shaped adjective
having a certain shape en forma de A rugby ball is egg-shaped.
shapeless adjective
lacking shape amorfo, sin forma definida She was wearing a shapeless, baggy coat.
shapelessness noun
aspecto amorfo
shapely adjective
well-formed and having an attractive shape curvilíneo, proporcionado She has long, shapely legs.
shapeliness noun
buenas proporciones the shapeliness of her body.
in any shape (or form)
at all del tipo que sea I don’t accept bribes in any shape or form.
out of shape
not in the proper shape deformado I sat on my hat and it’s rather out of shape.
take shape
to develop into a definite form tomar forma My garden is gradually taking shape.
(Definition of shape from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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