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shape

 (shāp)
n.
1.
a. The characteristic surface configuration of a thing; an outline or contour: a lake in the shape of an hourglass. See Synonyms at form.
b. Spatial form, contour, or appearance: The sandy coastline is always changing shape.
2.
a. The body or outward appearance of a person or an animal: saw two shapes walking toward her in the night.
b. The contour of a person's body; the figure: a swimmer with a slender shape.
3.
a. A definite or distinctive form: Our discussion acquired the shape of an argument.
b. Form, condition, or embodiment: How is your research project taking shape?
c. A desirable form: a fabric that holds its shape.
4.
a. Assumed or false appearance; guise: a god in the shape of a swan.
b. A ghostly form; a phantom: Shapes appeared in his bedroom at night.
5. Something, such as a mold or pattern, used to give or determine form.
6.
a. The condition of something with regard to effectiveness, use, or appearance: What kind of shape is your car in?
b. Bodily condition, as in regard to muscle tone or endurance: She's in great shape after working out for six months.
tr.v. shaped, shap·ing, shapes
1. To create or fashion, as:
a. To give a particular form to (a material): shape the dough into baguettes.
b. To create or configure, as from a material: a sculpture that was shaped out of ice.
2. To cause to conform to a particular form: a pool that is shaped like an hourglass; a bone that is shaped to bear weight.
3.
a. To plan or devise: shape a new educational program.
b. To embody in a definite form: shaped a folk tale into an opera.
4.
a. To influence in a formative way: experiences that shaped his identity.
b. To direct the course of: "He shaped history as well as being shaped by it" (Robert J. Samuelson).
Phrasal Verbs:
shape into
To develop into a particular form or condition: This is shaping into one of the biggest scandals of the century.
shape up
1. To turn out; develop: This ski season is shaping up to be the best in years.
2. To improve one's performance or behavior so as to meet a standard: Either shape up or ship out.

[Middle English, from Old English gesceap, a creation.]

shap′a·ble, shape′a·ble adj.
shaped adj.
shap′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.shaped - shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort)shaped - shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort); "a shaped handgrip"; "the molded steel plates"; "the wrought silver bracelet"
formed - having or given a form or shape
2.shaped - having the shape of; "a square shaped playing field"
Translations
على شَكْل
tvarovaný
=-formetformet
alakú
sem er meî tiltekna lögun
tvarovaný
biçimdeşekilli

shaped

[ˈʃeɪpt] adj
oddly shaped → à la forme étrange
shaped like sth → en forme de qch

shaped

adjgeformt; an oddly shaped hatein Hut mit einer komischen Form; shaped like a …in der Form einer/eines …

shape

(ʃeip) noun
1. the external form or outline of anything. People are all (of) different shapes and sizes; The house is built in the shape of a letter L.
2. an indistinct form. I saw a large shape in front of me in the darkness.
3. condition or state. You're in better physical shape than I am.
verb
1. to make into a certain shape, to form or model. She shaped the dough into three separate loaves.
2. to influence the nature of strongly. This event shaped his whole life.
3. (sometimes with up) to develop. The team is shaping (up) well.
shaped adjective
having a certain shape. A rugby ball is egg-shaped.
ˈshapeless adjective
lacking shape. She wears a shapeless, baggy coat.
ˈshapelessness noun
ˈshapely adjective
well-formed and having an attractive shape. She has long, shapely legs.
ˈshapeliness noun
in any shape (or form)
at all. I don't accept bribes in any shape or form.
out of shape
not in the proper shape. I sat on my hat and it's rather out of shape.
take shape
to develop into a definite form. My garden is gradually taking shape.
References in classic literature ?
The trees in no two avenues are shaped alike, and consequently the eye is not fatigued with anything in the nature of monotonous uniformity.
And with them were some curious sleighs, whose bodies were shaped like lions, swans, tigers, etc.
Of course, it may be argued that battles have shaped the destiny of mankind.
I assured him, "that I was as well shaped as most of my age; but the younger, and the females, were much more soft and tender, and the skins of the latter generally as white as milk.
The Scarecrow's new house was shaped like an immense ear of corn.
Monforte, II, Burke, and Madden shaped a composite with two stages: (a) consolidating and shaping the working material into a pre-form shape using a dynamic hydroforming process with a rigid, male-shaped tool and a non-rigid, female-shaped tool without heating, and (b) further consolidating and shaping the working material into the final shape using a rigid forming tool with heating.
Developers of SHAPED are looking to get rid of the burden of numbers - on the scale and clothing sizes.
2 : to plan out : devise <We shaped a winning strategy.
lt; You can also scare up Cheddar-cheese balls, shaped in 2- to 3-inch rounds.
Astronomers used to think that all protoplanetary disks are shaped basically like Frisbees.
To begin the evaluation of the effect of configuration on the compressive response of an elastomer, several different shaped samples were molded with Dyneon FE-5620 fluoroelastomer and post-cured, and then checked for their stress-strain response.
Each one of them considers other bodies--as well as the generated accidents--as the accidents that appear in those bodies according to how they are shaped and do not consider that they are derived from another body.