Hay 3 definiciones de mould en inglés:

mould1

Saltos de línea: mould
Pronunciación: /məʊld
 
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(US mold)

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  • 1A hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens: the smith would pour the molten metal into the shaped mould a jelly mould
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    • Casting is a process by which a liquid or molten material is shaped by pouring into a mould that contains the negative impression of a desired model.
    • Then he pours liquid gelatin into the mold and lets it harden.
    • The artificial limb is made inserting the mould into the molten material.
    Sinónimos
    cast, die, form, matrix, shape, container; framework, template, pattern, frame
  • 1.1A pudding or savoury mousse made in a mould: a lobster mould with a sauce of carrots and port
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    • There are the usual Jello molds, spinach dips and salads, green nacho chips, and pickle displays.
    • This is the cookbook I do half my baking out of, and all of my jello molds.
    • The book had no pictures, except on the cover, which showed a large roast of lamb, fish baked in white sauce accompanied by boiled carrots, and a mould of bright red gelatin.
  • 3A frame or template for producing mouldings: all the moulds, masters or originals, had been kept for reference
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    • Mantels made of plaster offer a very smooth finish and, because they are poured in molds, a level of intricate detail not usually achieved by wood carving.
    • He showed them how he uses hand tools and traditional early Victorian moulds to create his designs for brickwork.
    • With the cornicing, for example, Bryant had a mould taken from the original and a new plaster cornice made for the new ceiling.

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  • 1Form (an object) out of malleable material: mould the figure from white fondant
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    • To reduce friction and ensure the timely release of the protective guard, however, each component had to be molded from a different material.
    • At about the time Hanson began making his realistic figures in the 1960s, other artists were also making life-sized figures molded from actual people.
    • I think it was a bowl and I was abusing it, using it outside on the front steps to mold snow sculptures.
  • 1.1Give a shape to (malleable material): take the marzipan and mould it into a cone shape
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    • The paper is then moulded into the shape of clay sculptures that Stephen and David have designed, and attached to the sculptures to protect them from damage.
    • Tops creates moulded glass sculptures using kiln casting, inspired by everyday items such as taps and bolts, with part of the sculpture in the original metal, and the rest in glass.
    • Raw materials used for CCM discs are made up of carbon fiber, phenol resin and silicon; the fibers and resin are molded in the geometric shape of the braking band.
  • 1.2Influence the formation or development of: the professionals who were helping to mould US policy
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    • The second dominating influence moulding his life was the threat of blindness that hit him just after he had arrived at Edinburgh University as an outstanding sportsman and scholar aged 17.
    • These successes, if that is what they are, are tinged with a jealousy that legal writers elsewhere have a more publicly acknowledged involvement in moulding the law's development.
    • The movies of the time did more than represent or reflect society - they influenced and moulded it, too.
    Sinónimos
    determine, direct, control, guide, lead, influence, shape, form, fashion, affect, make
  • 2 (as adjective moulded) (Of a column, ceiling, or other part of a building) having a decorative moulding: a corridor with a moulded cornice
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    • The first and largest bedroom, overlooking the rear garden, is a well proportioned double with polished timber floorboards and moulded ceiling cornices.
    • The final room on this level is another double bedroom with a black marble fireplace, corner wash-hand basin and moulded ceiling cornice.
    • The former NatWest bank in the High Street was built in 1838 and boasts high - moulded ceilings and Gothic columns.

Frases

break the mould

Put an end to a restrictive pattern of events or behaviour by doing things in a markedly different way: his work did much to break the mould of the old urban sociology
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  • Would someone attempt to break the mold and introduce a different element?
  • It is about being willing to take a few risks, having the courage to break the mould and not just blindly following a set pattern in your life.
  • What it boils down to I am afraid is that everybody is too busy looking out for themselves and is too scared to break the mould of what society has defined as acceptable behaviour for its members.

Derivativos

mouldable

adjetivo
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  • While that kind of precision was difficult in 1945, the advent of mouldable plastic explosives and digital timers has rendered it much easier.
  • Together, the new technologies gave Europe and the United States an abundant and inexpensive, rigid yet moldable, material, which was an important contribution to the industrial revolution.
  • Educational systems that discourage students perpetuate the creation of obedient, moldable, passive, and low-paid future workers incapable of changing systems.

Origen

Middle English: apparently from Old French modle, from Latin modulus (see modulus).

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Hay 3 definiciones de mould en inglés:

mould2

Saltos de línea: mould
Pronunciación: /məʊld
 
/
(US mold)

sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • A furry growth of minute fungi occurring typically in moist warm conditions, especially on food or other organic matter: mould may flourish unhindered [count noun]: moist food becomes covered with moulds
    • The fungi belong to the subdivision Deuteromycotina (or Ascomycotina)
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    • And, under the microscope, that food just became mold, fungi, and yeast fairly quickly.
    • Excess humidity inside your home also promotes the growth of mold, fungi and bacteria.
    • One can preserve food quite well simply by reducing the moisture content, but more importantly mold growth is highly dependent on how contaminated the food is with mold or fungus spores to begin with.
    Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English: probably from obsolete mould, past participle of moul 'grow mouldy', of Scandinavian origin; compare with Old Norse mygla 'grow mouldy'.

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Hay 3 definiciones de mould en inglés:

mould3

Saltos de línea: mould
Pronunciación: /məʊld
 
/
(US mold)

sustantivo

[mass noun] chiefly British

Origen

Old English molde, from a Germanic base meaning 'pulverize or grind'; related to meal2.

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