forma-form: meaning, definitions and translations
What is forma? forma is form
What is form?
Way of expressing the content of a writing, especially the literary one, unlike what constitutes the background: you have to care more for the shape of your newsroom.
Small host: the sacred way.
Mold: I've got the crust in a way.
Physical condition: stays in good shape.
der. External requirements or aspects of expression in legal acts.
der. Procedural issues as opposed to the bottom of the lawsuit or cause.
PL. Configuration of the human body, especially the breasts and hips of the female: that girl has a very pronounced forms.
Manners: you don't know to save the forms.
shape loc. Specify something, make it accurately: still need to give shape to the project.
so loc. conjunt. In such a way or in such a way that: we're going, so put on your coat.
be fit loc. Col. be in good physical condition: exercising to keep fit.
tr. Give shape to something: form a plan.
Constitute, create. Also prnl.: a new political party has been formed.
Integrated: it is part of a rock group.
mil. have the troops in an orderly fashion: ordered to form the battalion.
Develop, train, educate. Also intr. and prnl.: formed in the street.