English to Igbo Meaning of form - ụdị

Form :

ụdị, oge, Ọdịdị, guzobere, mejupụtara, iru, mwube, udi, ọgụgụ, anya, ka, ekworo, Ndinam, odidi, agba, n'ụzọ, dịgasị iche iche, ọkpụkpụ, ụlọ, ebu, n'usoro, ọnọdụ, ndokwa, iji, gbasirila, ụkpụrụ, atụ, iwu, usoro, omenala, ememe, omume, matriks, mgbatị, igba, ịdọ aka ná ntị, atụmatụ, postcho, inwe, àgwà, akwara, anọgidesi, nchịkọta egwu, o ziri ezi, nkwekọrịta, Nkezi, ọrụ, arụmọrụ, iwebata, akwụkwọ, kaadị na-akọwa, ịkpụ, ejiji, ihu, ngwa, ahụ, akụkụ, N'ịdị, mgwa, eme, ebe, onwunwe, ụlọ ọrụ, ọgwụgwọ, emeso

rụọ, ụdị, nkejikotara, mejupụtara, iru, udi, ike, ka, n'ịwa, bulie, onu, ọgụgụ, etiti, sitere, mepụta, ejiji, ọrụ, echepụta, na-eche, na-eche ruo, tie mkpu, were, atụrụ ime, Cheedị banyere, hazie, lee udi, chara n'onwe, nje ọgụ, isi ike, tozuru okè, na-amalite, akwụsị, -emezu, dabara, na-erite, nweta, na-aghọta, igbu, ịrụ, isi, hụrụ, eyi, o

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Definitions of form in English
Noun(1) the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something(2) a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality(3) a perceptual structure(4) any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline(5) alternative names for the body of a human being(6) the spatial arrangement of something as distinct from its substance(7) the visual appearance of something or someone(8) a printed document with spaces in which to write(9) (biology(10) an arrangement of the elements in a composition or discourse(11) a particular mode in which something is manifested(12) (physical chemistry(13) a body of students who are taught together(14) an ability to perform well(15) a life-size dummy used to display clothes(16) a mold for setting concrete
Verb(1) create (as an entity(2) to compose or represent(3) develop into a distinctive entity(4) give shape or form to(5) make something, usually for a specific function(6) establish or impress firmly in the mind(7) assume a form or shape
Examples of form in English
(1) to be in outstanding form(2) A southern taxonomic form is distributed in North America in Pacific drainages from northern Washington north to the Alaska Peninsula.(3) I am lucky enough to be part of a team whose form has been magnificent, with mesmerising displays.(4) they tried to find a form of words acceptable to all(5) On current domestic form , Liverpool might not see another Champions League night like this for a very long time to come.(6) these videos are a triumph of form over content(7) Mix to combine and set aside for five minutes, or until small bubbles form on the surface.(8) Correcting any form of social misbehaviour is not something that can be done quickly.(9) He has shown consistent form with both bat and ball so far this season but still needs a big score under his belt.(10) He was a lifelong bachelor and was believed to have remained celibate - but did he enjoy painting the naked female form ?(11) Observing the variety of colour, form and aroma of summer flowers can enhance outdoor relaxation.(12) an application form(13) This uncomfortable contradiction between form and content lies at the heart of both their work.(14) In time it may be advantageous to hold data in processed form , but at present raw data remains too valuable.(15) The Rev Chris Swift, a parent himself, agonised over a form of words for a situation he hadn't faced before.(16) He stepped to the side so that his form blocked the door.
Related Phrases of form
(1) application form ::
ngwa ụdị
(2) to form ::
(3) order form ::
iji mpempe
(4) registration form ::
mpempe ndebanye
(5) short form ::
obere ụdị
(6) base form ::
isi ụdị
(7) form factor ::
ụdị ihe na-akpata
(8) fill in a form ::
jupụta na a ụdị
(9) in the form ::
na ụdị
(10) sixth form ::
isii ụdị
1. shape ::
2. body ::
3. manifestation ::
4. kind ::
5. mold ::
6. etiquette ::
7. questionnaire ::
8. fitness ::
9. manakin ::
10. phase ::
11. strain ::
12. cast ::
13. course ::
14. signifier ::
15. pattern ::
16. flesh ::
17. contour ::
18. sort ::
19. make ::
20. formulate ::
22. materialize ::
23. acquire ::
24. arrange ::
25. constitute ::
26. develop ::
27. shape ::
28. organize ::
29. forge ::
30. take form ::
lee ụdị
31. imprint ::
1. impropriety ::
ezighị ezi
2. indecorum ::
Different Forms
form, formed, forming, formless, forms, preform, preformed, preforming, preforms
Word Example from TV Shows
I don't know. How do carbon atoms
form a benzene ring?

I don't know. How do carbon atoms FORM a benzene ring?

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13

You know, I read that washing dishes
can be an excellent form of meditation.

You know, I read that washing dishes can be an excellent FORM of meditation.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 9

Hound, form a welcome party
for any Baratheon troop

Hound, FORM a welcome party for any Baratheon troop

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 9

So we just fill out
the form and that's it?

So we just fill out the FORM and that's it?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14

This is a form indemnifying me...

This is a FORM indemnifying me...

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24

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