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shape US English

The external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure

SHAPE US English

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shape US Thesaurus

the shape of the dining table

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in shape US English

In good physical condition

shape up US English

Develop or happen in a particular way

take shape US English

Assume a distinct form; develop into something definite or tangible

shape memory US English

A property exhibited by certain alloys of recovering their initial shape when they are heated after having been plastically deformed

out of shape US English

(Of an object) not having its usual or original shape, especially after being bent or knocked

get into shape US English

Become (or make someone) physically fitter by exercise

in the shape of US English

Represented or embodied by

bent out of shape US English

Angry or agitated

change US English

Alter in terms of

in any shape or form US English

In any manner or under any circumstances (used for emphasis)

shape up or ship out US English

Used as an ultimatum to someone to improve their performance or behavior or face being made to leave

whip someone into US English

Urge or rouse someone into (a specified state or position)

in shape in shape US English

In good physical condition

shape up in shape US English

Develop or happen in a particular way

whip someone/something into shape US English

Act forcefully to bring someone or something into a fitter, more efficient, or better organized state

the shape of things to come US English

The way the future is likely to develop

take shape in shape US English

Assume a distinct form; develop into something definite or tangible

reshape US English

Shape or form (something) differently or again

misshape US English

Give a bad or ugly shape or form to; deform

get into shape in shape US English

Become (or make someone) physically fitter by exercise

out of shape in shape US English

(Of an object) not having its usual or original shape, especially after being bent or knocked

shipshape US English

In good order; trim and neat

in good shape in shape US English

In good physical condition

shape up in shape US Thesaurus

her work is shaping up nicely

whip someone into in whip US English

Urge or rouse someone into (a specified state or position)

shapeshifter US English

(Chiefly in fiction) a person or being with the ability to change their physical form at will

bent out of shape in bent1 US English

Angry or agitated

in the shape of in shape US English

Represented or embodied by

take shape in shape US Thesaurus

our remodeling plans were really starting to take shape

in any shape or form in shape US English

In any manner or under any circumstances (used for emphasis)

whip someone/something into shape in shape US English

Act forcefully to bring someone or something into a fitter, more efficient, or better organized state

shape up or ship out in shape US English

Used as an ultimatum to someone to improve their performance or behavior or face being made to leave

get into shape or get someone into shape in shape US English

Become (or make someone) physically fitter by exercise

the shape of things to come in shape US English

The way the future is likely to develop

in any way shape or form in shape US English

In any manner or under any circumstances (used for emphasis)

whip or knock or lick someone/something into shape in shape US English

Act forcefully to bring someone or something into a fitter, more efficient, or better organized state


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