shape

Перевод:

Noun: форма фигура вид облик
Verb: формировать придавать форму создавать фасонировать
Adjective: фасонный профильный

Фразы:

to shape cartons from paperboard sheets - складывать коробки из картона

conform to shape of vessel - принимать форму сосуда

to decide / shape smb.'s destiny - решать чью-л. судьбу

to show one's opinion in emphatic shape - очень убедительно выразить своё мнение

to file to a shape - придавать нужную форму напильником

perfect match of shape and sound - гармоничное сочетание формы и звука

pleasant smell / colour / shape - приятный запах, цвет, форма

to form / shape a policy - вырабатывать политику

to recognize a bird from the unusual shape of its tail - узнать птицу по необычной форме её хвоста

to give shape to smth. - придавать форму чему-л.

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Примеры:

What shape is the table? - Какой формы этот стол?

Our plans began to take shape. - Наши планы начали приобретать определённые очертания.

The dress was shaped to her figure. - Платье подогнали по её фигуре.

close in size and shape - близкие по размеру и форме

What does this shape suggest to you? - Это что-нибудь вам напоминает?

The house stuck out because of its unusual shape. - Дом выделялся своей необычной формой.

Any body affects some regular shape. - Любое физическое тело стремится принять какую-то определённую форму.

The house is in fine shape. - Дом находится в хорошем состоянии.

The tree has a conical shape. - Дерево имеет коническую форму.

Our plans are beginning to take shape. - Наши планы проясняются.

The cake has a rectangular shape. - Торт имеет форму прямоугольника.

The dining room was square in shape. - Столовая была квадратной формы.

She stays in shape by exercising daily and eating well. - Она остается в хорошей форме, благодаря ежедневным упражнениям и правильному питанию.

A dark shape moved behind them. - Позади них пошевелилось что-то тёмное.

The children enjoyed shaping the snow into figures of people and animals. - Детям нравится лепить из снега фигурки людей и животных.

The dress emphasized the shape of her body. - Платье подчеркивало её фигуру.

Mel was in no shape to drive home after the party. - Мэл был не в том состоянии, чтобы после вечеринки вести машину домой самому.

Shape the dough into balls. - Сделайте из теста шарики.

The educational system should be shaped to the needs of the children. - Система образования должна отвечать потребностям детей.

I don't know how best to shape these ideas into an article. - Я не знаю, как лучше оформить эти идеи в статью.

He stays in good shape by lifting weights. - Он находится в хорошей форме путём поднятия тяжестей.

For an old car, it's in pretty good shape. - Для такой старой машины, она находится в довольно хорошей форме.

He has never been in good shape in most of his previous starts. - В большинстве предыдущих соревнований он не показал хорошей спортивной формы.

With his finger, he traced out the shape of the buildings in the sand. - Он пальцем на песке набросал проект зданий.

The fog is so dense, you can only make out the obscure shape of trees. - Туман настолько густой, что можно различить лишь смутные очертания деревьев.

He slips his past and puts on a new shape. - Он освобождается от своего прошлого и начинает новую жизнь.

I've roughed in the general shape of the pattern in pencil. - Я набросал общую схему узора карандашом.

If you shade in one side of your drawing, the shape will look solid. - Если вы заштрихуете рисунок с одной стороны, форма станет объёмной.

Britain needs new leadership if she is to help shape Europe's future. - Если Британия хочет участвовать в формировании будущего Европы, ей нужно новое руководство.

The flint instruments of oval shape have been mostly worked by gentle blows. - Кремневые инструменты овальной формы в основном обрабатывались лёгкими ударами.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If something is shaping up, it is starting to develop or seems likely to happen.

If something is shaping up, it is starting to develop or seems likely to happen.

Связанные термины:

shape up: If something is shaping up, it is starting to develop or seems likely to happen .

take shape: When something takes shape, it develops or starts to appear in such a way that it becomes fairly clear what its final form will be.

classic shape: The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat .

decent shape: Decent is used to describe something which is considered to be of an acceptable standard or quality.

perfect shape: The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat .

shape culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

shape history: You can refer to the events of the past as history . You can also refer to the past events which concern a particular topic or place as its history.

shape policy: A policy is a set of ideas or plans that is used as a basis for making decisions, especially in politics, economics, or business.

shape-shifter: a creature or thing that can change shape at will or that does so under certain conditions

simple shape: The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat .

different shape: The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat .

out of shape: If something is out of shape, it is no longer in its proper or original shape, for example because it has been damaged or wrongly handled .

shape perceptions: Your perception of something is the way that you think about it or the impression you have of it.

in the shape of: You can use in the shape of to state exactly who or what you are referring to, immediately after referring to them in a general way.

lick into shape: to put into a satisfactory condition: from the former belief that bear cubs were born formless and had to be licked into shape by their mother

shape the outcome: The outcome of an activity, process, or situation is the situation that exists at the end of it.

whip into shape: to bring by vigorous action into the proper or desired condition

bent out of shape: very angry, upset, or agitated

in good shape in bad shape: If someone or something is in shape, or in good shape, they are in a good state of health or in a good condition . If they are in bad shape, they are in a bad state of health or in a bad condition.

in any shape or form: If you say, for example, that you will not accept something in any shape or form, or in any way, shape or form, you are emphasizing that you will not accept it in any circumstances .

shape up or ship out: said to mean that someone should start behaving in a more reasonable or responsible way, or else they should leave the place where they are or give up what they are doing

in shape in good shape in bad shape: If someone or something is in shape, or in good shape, they are in a good state of health or in a good condition . If they are in bad shape, they are in a bad state of health or in a bad condition.

knock something into shape: to use whatever methods are necessary to change or improve something, so that it is in the condition that you want it to be in

the shape of things to come: If you say that something is the shape of things to come, you mean that it is the start of a new trend or development, and in future things will be like this.

to lick into shape whip into shape to knock someone or something into shape: If you lick, knock, or whip someone or something into shape, you use whatever methods are necessary to change or improve them so that they are in the condition that you want them to be in.

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Однокоренные слова:

shape up - приспосабливаться, подчиняться, модель

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