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  1. shape

    • IPA[ʃeɪp]

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    • n.
      the external form, contours, or outline of someone or something;a person or thing that is difficult to see and identify clearly
    • v.
      give a particular shape or form to;form or produce (a sound or words)
    • noun: shape, plural noun: shapes

    • verb: shape, 3rd person present: shapes, gerund or present participle: shaping, past tense: shaped, past participle: shaped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the external form, contours, or outline of someone or something:

      she liked the shape of his nose

      houseplants come in all shapes and sizes

    • 2. a person or thing that is difficult to see and identify clearly:

      he saw a shape through the mist

    • 3. a specific form or guise assumed by someone or something:

      a fiend in human shape

    • 4. a geometric figure such as a square, triangle, or rectangle.
    • 5. a piece of material, paper, etc., made or cut in a particular form:

      stick paper shapes on for the puppet's eyes and nose

    • 6. the correct or original form or contours of something:

      her skirt had lost its shape long ago

    • 7. definite or orderly arrangement:

      check that your structure will give shape to your essay

    • 8. the specified condition or state of someone or something:

      the company came through a difficult period in excellent financial shape

      most economists think the economy is in good shape

    • 9. the distinctive nature or qualities of something:

      debates about the future shape of British society

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give a particular shape or form to:

      most caves are shaped by the flow of water through limestone

      shape the dough into two-inch balls

    • 2. form or produce (a sound or words):

      her lips shaped barely audible words

    • 3. make (something) fit the form of something else:

      suits have been shaped to fit so snugly that no curve is undefined

    • 4. determine the nature of; have a great influence on:

      his childhood was shaped by a loving relationship with his elder brother

    • 5. (of a sports player or athlete) take up a stance or set oneself to perform a particular action:

      I had plenty of time and shaped to kick to the near touchline

    • adj. having a defined external form or outline:

    • an enclosed back garden with a shaped lawn

      her oval-shaped face

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    • adj. having a defined external form or outline:

    • an enclosed back garden with a shaped lawn

      her oval-shaped face

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    • n. (chiefly in science fiction or mythology) a person or being with the ability to change their physical form at will.

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    • ph. in good physical condition

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    • ph. develop or happen in a particular way

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    • n. a property exhibited by certain alloys of recovering their initial shape when they are heated after having been plastically deformed:

    • commercial shape-memory alloys are usually copper-based

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    • IPA[SHāp]

    美式

    • n.
      the external form, contours, or outline of someone or something:
    • she liked the shape of his nose

      houseplants come in all shapes and sizes

    • v.
      give a particular shape or form to:
    • most caves are shaped by the flow of water through limestone

      shape the dough into two-inch balls

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    • IPA[ʃeɪp]

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    • abbr.
      Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe.

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    • IPA[SHāp]

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    • abbr.
      Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe.

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    • shape or shapes?

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