shape - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "shape" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

shape / форма, вид, облик
имя существительное
form, shape, mold, uniform, format, mode
view, kind, form, look, appearance, shape
guise, image, shape, figure, physiognomy, person
figure, shape, form, character, stature, picture card
profile, section, shape, contour, side view, cutout
form, shape, mold, troop, texture, head
придавать форму
shape, form, body, configurate, fashion, figure
create, build, establish, make, produce, shape
принимать форму
take the form, take shape, form, shape
fit, adapt, adjust, accommodate, fit in, shape
имя прилагательное
fancy, profiled, shape
имя существительное
the external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure.
she liked the shape of his nose
the particular condition or state of someone or something.
he was in no shape to drive
give a particular shape or form to.
most caves are shaped by the flow of water through limestone
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe.
I'll take an older print with character any day over needlessly edge-enhanced modern prints, but the fact is that this print is in poor shape .
a fiend in human shape
He was not in good physical shape and tended to be rather the worse for wear after lunch.
the lid had been battered out of shape
The ground seemed lumpy and careful observations revealed the outline of a massive shape .
He eventually destroys Paradise by assuming the shape of a serpent and tricking Eve into eating from the forbidden Tree of Knowledge.
Collectively titled ‘Airships,’ all of the sculptures assume the general shape of a dirigible.
Their shape could not be clearly defined as their outline seemed blurred in a haze of grey smoke surrounding them, but they seemed human shaped.
The cloud assumes a human shape , and begins to solidify.
As water froths into to foam and spray in small rapids, so I shifted into my feline shape and ghosted toward and, with some difficulty, through a window.