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      n  
   (=type)   forme    f     
a rare form of cancer      une forme rare de cancer  
→ his consultant outlined various forms of treatment,        
I'm against hunting in any form.      Je suis contre la chasse sous toutes ses formes.  
→ forms of life        
true to form, True to form, she refused.      Fidèle à elle-même, elle refusa.  
   (=guise)   forme    f     
It's a new form of the sport.      C'est une nouvelle forme de ce sport.  
→ the Bill in its present form will give the police huge new powers        
to take the form of      prendre la forme de  
→ The broadcast took the form of an interview.        
The symptoms take various forms.      Les symptômes prennent diverses formes.  
in the form of      sous forme de  
→ She is taking lots of exercise in the form of walks or swimming.        
→ They received a benefit in the form of a tax reduction ...        
in powder form      sous forme de poudre  
in tablet form      sous forme de comprimés  
   (=manner)   façon    f     
→ She didn't like the form in which the questions were written.        
form and content      la forme et le fond  
     (SCHOOL)   classe    f     
She's in my form.      Elle est dans ma classe.  
    sixth form  
    first form  
    second form  
    third form  
    fourth form  
    fifth form  
   (=questionnaire)   formulaire    m     
to fill in a form      remplir un formulaire  
→ You will be asked to fill in a form.        
   [+athlete, player, team, horse]   forme    f     
→ His form this season has been brilliant.        
→ dismay at their team's recent form        
→ two young horses with good recent form.        
to be on form        (SPORT)   être en forme  
→ Liverpool are on form and playing well        
     (gen)    être en forme  
→ Robert Redford is back on form in his new movie `Sneakers'.        
to be off form        (SPORT)   être en mauvaise forme  
→ `Any player who is off form is unlikely to be an asset to the side.        
   to be in good form      (=healthy and cheerful)   être en bonne forme  
in top form      (=very healthy and cheerful)   en pleine forme  
   (=shape)   forme    f     
→ She gazed at his slumbering form.        
→ She thought she'd never been so glad to see his bulky form        
→ Valleys often take the form of deep canyons ...        
to take form      (=take shape)   prendre forme  
→ As plans took form in her mind, she realized the need for an accomplice.        
   to be bad form        (British)   (=bad manners)  
It's bad form to ...      Cela ne se fait pas de ...  
      vt  
   (=make)   former  
→ Form a circle please, children.        
→ They formed a ring to keep her warm ...        
→ The chair folds back to form a couch.        
→ There were some red rocks forming a kind of cave ...        
→ The islands were formed comparatively recently.        
→ Huge ice sheets were formed.        
     [+relationship]   nouer  
→ He is wary of forming another close relationship.        
→ This should help him form a relationship with me ...        
   → constitute        
constituer  
→ Cereals form their staple diet.        
→ ... the articles that formed the basis of his book.        
to form part of sth      faire partie de qch  
   (=develop)  
  [+habit]  
prendre  
→ He formed the habit of taking long solitary walks.        
  [+impression]   se faire  
→ the impression I'd formed of Jack        
   (=set up)  
  [+organization]  
former  
→ The League was formed in 1959.        
→ The leadership broke away to form a separate organization ...        
      vi   se former  
→ A scab had formed on his knee.        
→ Long queues had formed outside the door        
→ The stars must have formed around 10 billion years ago.        


application form  
      n   formulaire    m     
art form  
      n   moyen    m   d'expression artistique  
→ Graffiti is now an art form in Northampton.        
→ ... Indian dance and related art forms.        
booking form  
      n   formulaire    m   de réservation  
→ Enter the type of hotel room you want on the booking form.        
claim form  
      n  
     (for insurance compensation)    formulaire    m   de déclaration de sinistre
     (for expenses)    note    f   de frais
     (for benefit)    formulaire    m   de demande  
→ When the Social Security office gets your claim form they will arrange for you to see them.        
entry form  
      n   formulaire    m   d'inscription  
fifth form  
      n   seconde    f     
first form  
      n     (British)   ~sixième    f  , classe    f   de sixième  
form feed  
      n     (on printer)    alimentation    f   en papier  
form of words  
      n   (=formulation)   formulation    f     
→ The ministers worked on a form of words acceptable to the coalition parties.        
fourth form  
      n   troisième    f     
→ He's in the fourth form        
life form  
      n   forme    f   de vie  
order form  
      n   bulletin    m   de commande  
second form  
      n   cinquième    f     
sixth form  
      n     (British, in schools)   ~classes    fpl   de première et terminale  
sixth-form college  
      n   lycée n'ayant que des classes de première et de terminale   lycée n'ayant que des classes de première et de terminale  
tax form  
      n   formulaire    m   de déclaration de revenus  
third form  
      n   quatrième    f  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
vt.
former
v.
former (vt.) ; se former (vr.)
[Bus.]
n.
forme ; formulaire
[Bus.]
n.
forme pour la forme
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'form' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
form
n.
form
[Tech.]
n.
form
[Bus.]
v.
form
[Bus.]
n.
form
[Bus.]
n.
wave form
[Comp.]
adj.
free form
[Comp.]
nf.
base form
n.
blank form
[Comp.]
n.
normal form
[Comp.]
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