form     [fôrm]

1. bring together parts or combine to create something.
  form people/things into organize people or things into (a group or body): helpers and volunteers were formed into a red cross community.
  go to make up or constitute: the precepts that form the basis of the book.
  [intrans.] gradually appear or develop: a thick mist was forming all around.
  conceive (an idea or plan) in one’s mind.
  enter into or contract (a relationship): the women would form supportive friendships.
  articulate (a word, speech sound, or other linguistic unit).
  construct (a new word) by derivation or inflection.
2. make or fashion into a certain shape or form.
  form the dough into balls.
  [intrans.] (form into) be made or fashioned into a certain shape or form: his strong features formed into a smile of pleasure.
  (be formed) have a specified shape: her body was slight and flawlessly formed.
  shape or develop by training or discipline.
  influence or shape (something abstract): the role of the news media in forming public opinion.

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