- 1 countable (hollow vessel) ring moldto break the mold they aim to break the two-party mold of the country's politicsmolde de savarín or de coronathey broke the mold when they made himquieren romper moldes y acabar con el bipartidismo imperante en la política del paísdespués de hacerlo a él rompieron el molde
- 2 countable (type) (no plural) to be cast o set in the same/a different molda hero in the traditional/Superman moldestar cortado por el mismo/por distinto patróna President in the Truman moldun héroe de corte tradicional/al estilo de Supermána woman of her moldun presidente al estilo de Trumanuna mujer de su estilo or templeExample sentences
- What was a masterful, elegiac character study in the mould of Le Carré's classic A Perfect Spy becomes an angry disquisition on contemporary geopolitics.
- The switch to the West Coast offense doesn't mean the team will become a pass-first team in the mold of the old 49ers.
- Wilson crafts this social satire in the mould of Thackeray or Trollope, crisscrossing class barriers with fluid facility.
- 3 countable or uncountable (dish)Example sentences
- 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.
- 1.1(steel/plastic)she molded the figure out of o from clayshe molded the clay into shapesmodeló la figura en arcillathe leather should mold itself to the footcon la arcilla hizo or modeló unas figuras1.2el cuero debe amoldarse al piealso: molded past participle(plastic/rubber)Example sentences
- 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.
- 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.
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Opus Dei - Latin for "God's Work" - is a Catholic organization founded in Spain in 1928. The Opus became very influential in Spanish society, above all by founding schools and universities. The aim was to create an élite which would spread Christian ideals throughout society. The University of Navarre is one of its foremost institutions.