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"Form Meaning In Bengali"

Form (verb) - আকার গঠন; কাঠামো

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Form Meaning in Bengali. Form শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Form meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Form".

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Form বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Form in English? What does Form mean? What is another word for Form? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: form, form class, form connection, form critic, form criticism, form critics, form front, form genus, form in to crystals, form in to ringlets,

Form Example in a sentence

Form Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for form

They form one of the principal ingredients of a good time (see Paris).

"There's only one form of persuasion to use with an hombre," commented Henderson, gently.

Shall that form be clasped in the arms of a base-born peasant?

Directly Puss saw him in this form she jumped at him and killed him on the spot.

I shook my head and tried to form the letters with her fingers; but she got more and more angry.

It is softer than silver, and it can be punched into almost any form.

Still there was no trace of grossness in their form or expression.

The plough has hardly moved on before the crust begins to form again.

Needless to say, this form of instruction is in no sense scientific.

It is like taboo, and is, in fact, the form of taboo in high civilization.

Form History and Origin

History of: Form

Word Origin & History

form early 13c., from O.Fr. forme, from L. forma "form, mold, shape, case," origin unknown. One theory holds that it is from Gk. morphe "form, beauty, outward appearance" (see morphine) via Etruscan. Sense of "behavior" is first recorded late 14c. The verb is attested from c.1300. Related: Formed; forming.

Form Synonyms

style fashion pattern system design mode model scheme structure plan profile cut silhouette outline figure articulation die appearance conformation anatomy cast construction formation framework embodiment configuration mold contour skeleton

Form Definition

external appearance of a clearly defined area, as distinguished from color or material; configuration:
a triangular form.
the shape of a thing or person.
a body, especially that of a human being.
a dummy having the same measurements as a human body, used for fitting or displaying clothing:
a dressmaker's form.
something that gives or determines shape; a mold.
a particular condition, character, or mode in which something appears:
water in the form of ice.
the manner or style of arranging and coordinating parts for a pleasing or effective result, as in literary or musical composition:
a unique form for the novel.
Fine Arts.
  1. the organization, placement, or relationship of basic elements, as lines and colors in a painting or volumes and voids in a sculpture, so as to produce a coherent image; the formal structure of a work of art.
  2. three-dimensional quality or volume, as of a represented object or anatomical part.
  3. an object, person, or part of the human body or the appearance of any of these, especially as seen in nature:
    His work is characterized by the radical distortion of the human form.
any assemblage of things of a similar kind constituting a component of a group, especially of a zoological group.
Crystallography. the combination of all the like faces possible on a crystal of given symmetry.
due or proper shape; orderly arrangement of parts; good order.
  1. the structure, pattern, organization, or essential nature of anything.
  2. structure or pattern as distinguished from matter.
  3. (initial capital letter) Platonism. idea (def 7c).
  4. Aristotelianism. that which places a thing in its particular species or kind.
Logic. the abstract relations of terms in a proposition, and of propositions to one another.
a set, prescribed, or customary order or method of doing something.
a set order of words, as for use in religious ritual or in a legal document:
a form for initiating new members.
a document with blank spaces to be filled in with particulars before it is executed:
a tax form.
a typical document to be used as a guide in framing others for like cases:
a form for a deed.
a conventional method of procedure or behavior:
society's forms.
a formality or ceremony, often with implication of absence of real meaning:
to go through the outward forms of a religious wedding.
procedure according to a set order or method.
conformity to the usages of society; formality; ceremony:
the elaborate forms prevalent in the courts of renaissance kings.
procedure or conduct, as judged by social standards:
Such behavior is very bad form. Good form demands that we go.
manner or method of performing something; technique:
The violin soloist displayed tremendous form.
physical condition or fitness, as for performing:
a tennis player in peak form.
  1. a word, part of a word, or group of words forming a construction that recurs in various contexts in a language with relatively constant meaning.
    Compare linguistic form.
  2. a particular shape of such a form that occurs in more than one shape. In I'm, 'm is a form of am.
  3. a word with a particular inflectional ending or other modification. Goes is a form of go.
Linguistics. the shape or pattern of a word or other construction (distinguished from substance).
Building Trades. temporary boarding or sheeting of plywood or metal for giving a desired shape to poured concrete, rammed earth, etc.
a grade or class of pupils in a British secondary school or in certain U.S. private schools:
boys in the fourth form.
British. a bench or long seat.
Also, British, forme. Printing. an assemblage of types, leads, etc., secured in a chase to print from.
verb (used with object)
to construct or frame.
to make or produce.
to serve to make up; serve as; compose; constitute:
The remaining members will form the program committee.
to place in order; arrange; organize.
to frame (ideas, opinions, etc.) in the mind.
to contract or develop (habits, friendships, etc.).
to give form or shape to; shape; fashion.
to give a particular form or shape to; fashion in a particular manner:
Form the dough into squares.
to mold or develop by discipline or instructions:
The sergeant's job was to form boys into men.
  1. to make (a derivation) by some grammatical change:
    The suffix “-ly” forms adverbs from adjectives.
  2. to have (a grammatical feature) represented in a particular shape:
    English forms plurals in “-s”.
Military. to draw up in lines or in formation.
verb (used without object)
to take or assume form.
to be formed or produced:
Ice began to form on the window.
to take a particular form or arrangement:
The ice formed in patches across the window.

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