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good form

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Definition of good form in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Behaviour that complies with current social conventions: it wasn’t considered good form to show too much enthusiasm
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  • It is not strictly good form to bet on how long all the speeches will take.
  • It's never good form to freak out your hosts, and I had done so yet again.
  • I felt it was good form to give them a call and let them know.

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