Shantytown Shape-up

Shape

Meanings and phrases

shape

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline); form; configuration; contour; conformation
  2. the spatial arrangement of something as distinct from its substance; form
  3. alternative names for the body of a human being; human body; physical body; material body; soma; build; figure; physique; anatomy; bod; chassis; frame; form; flesh
  4. the visual appearance of something or someone; form; cast
  5. a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous concept; embodiment
  6. the state of (good) health (especially in the phrases `in condition' or `in shape' or `out of condition' or `out of shape'); condition
  7. a perceptual structure; form; pattern

shape

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v.
  1. shape or influence; give direction to; determine; mold; influence; regulate
  2. make something, usually for a specific function; form; work; mold; mould; forge
  3. give shape or form to; form

Gaussian shape

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n.
  1. a symmetrical curve representing the normal distribution; normal curve; bell-shaped curve; Gaussian curve

amorphous shape

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n.
  1. an ill-defined or arbitrary shape

angular shape

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n.
  1. a shape having one or more sharp angles; angularity

bell shape

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n.
  1. the shape of a bell; bell; campana

change of shape

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n.
  1. an action that changes the shape of something

change shape

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v.
  1. assume a different shape or form; change form; deform
E.g.
  • Its hole could change shape, thus explaining lunar phases.
  • Tapers commonly change shape linearly, but a variety of other profiles may be used.
  • What makes it so interesting is that neither the pieces nor the frame change shape or size in any way.

concave shape

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n.
  1. a shape that curves or bends inward; concavity; incurvation; incurvature

cone shape

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n.
  1. a shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point; cone; conoid

convex shape

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n.
  1. a shape that curves or bulges outward; convexity

curved shape

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n.
  1. the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes; curve

disk shape

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n.
  1. the roundness of a 2-dimensional figure; circularity

distorted shape

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n.
  1. a shape resulting from distortion; distortion

funnel shape

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n.
  1. a conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends; funnel

leaf shape

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n.
  1. any of the various shape that leaves of plants can assume; leaf form

natural shape

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n.
  1. a shape created by natural forces; not man-made

polygonal shape

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n.
  1. a closed plane figure bounded by straight sides; polygon

round shape

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n.
  1. a shape that is curved and without sharp angles
E.g.
  • The strips were twisted and then rolled into the round shape we call wire.
  • The base of the leaf has a round shape and the tip of leaf is smooth wave.
  • The legs are positioned under the body to accommodate the round shape of the disc.

shape constancy

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n.
  1. the tendency to perceive the shape of a rigid object as constant despite differences in the viewing angle (and consequent differences in the shape of the pattern projected on the retina of the eye)

shape up

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v.
  1. develop in a positive way; progress; come on; come along; advance; get on; get along

take shape

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v.
  1. develop into a distinctive entity; form; take form; spring
E.g.
  • With this, an "embryonic soul" begins to take shape.
  • The Des Moines skywalk also began to take shape during the 1980s.
  • The small town began to take shape, becoming self-governing in 1829.

wave shape

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n.
  1. the shape of a wave illustrated graphically by plotting the values of the period quantity against time; wave form; waveform

wedge shape

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n.
  1. any shape that is triangular in cross section; wedge; cuneus

size and shape

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E.g.
  • Rastacaps range in size and shape, as well as uses.
  • The size and shape of the cake might vary with region.
  • The petals are similar in size and shape to the lateral sepals.

took shape

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E.g.
  • Three groups took shape within the Silesian population.
  • The ski resort took shape in the 1960s.
  • As the story took shape, Leafe became the symbol of the apple in the story.

helped shape

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E.g.
  • Hellenbrand claims that these men helped shape Jefferson's thinking.
  • Populist ideology helped shape the design and use of the public space.
  • Such works helped shape memories of the antebellum years and the Lost Cause.

body shape

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E.g.
  • The body shape is rounded and the dorsal and anal fins nearly surround the body.
  • As it changes sex, its body shape, color intensity and pattern vary considerably.
  • The instrument has a body shape with constructional features similar to a viol or modern guitar.

shape and size

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E.g.
  • Their structures are varied in shape and size.
  • Lemlawi is the family of jaw harp but the shape and size are different.
  • Albanian men traditionally wore hats of various designs, shape and size.

oval in shape

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E.g.
  • The mantle is muscular, large, and oval in shape.
  • The sparse leaves are oval in shape and edged in dull teeth.
  • The shell is smooth, shiny, and is an elongated oval in shape.

rectangular shape

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E.g.
  • The mosque is in rectangular shape in the plan.
  • The original church was of a simple rectangular shape.
  • The building had a rectangular shape.

rectangular in shape

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E.g.
  • All of the outer towers were rectangular in shape.
  • Ten of the known stone settings are rectangular in shape.
  • Fafda is rectangular in shape and yellowish in complexion.

good shape

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E.g.
  • The steel industry remained in relatively good shape.
  • Beck is back, and in pretty good shape too."
  • The defending champion, André Leducq, was not in good shape.

similar in shape

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E.g.
  • The black oreo is very similar in shape to the warty oreo.
  • The molar teeth are similar in shape, but of varying sizes.
  • It is similar in shape to the Ancient Greek letter alpha, from which it derives.

same shape

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E.g.
  • The upper leaves of the stems are the same shape but smaller than those below them.
  • Also, the and are not the same shape as the , since they are pure spherical harmonics.
  • Thus each triangle formula_141 is in a similarity class of triangles with the same shape.

oval shape

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E.g.
  • The leaves are mostly oval shape and up to about long.
  • The body has an oval shape and is compressed laterally.
  • The horny operculum has an oval shape.

triangular shape

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E.g.
  • It has a triangular shape with two observation towers.
  • Currently package of this product is in triangular shape.
  • The ears tilt forward, and the face has a triangular shape and pale skin.

circular shape

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E.g.
  • The Gohad fort is in circular shape.
  • The flute is the part of the column that is indented in with a semi circular shape.
  • Its circular shape indicates the animal lives under conditions of relatively calm water.

triangular in shape

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E.g.
  • It is triangular in shape, with the Río Virilla as its northern boundary.
  • Île Saint-Paul is triangular in shape, and measures no more than at its widest.
  • This is traditionally triangular in shape, but varies with the type of billiards played.

conical shape

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E.g.
  • The solid, imperforate shell has a conical shape.
  • It has a conical shape with an elevated spire.
  • The rather solid shell has a conical shape.

irregular shape

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E.g.
  • Its irregular shape measures 2.00 m in area.
  • The town occupied an irregular shape of ca.
  • The irregular shape is produced by the shifting of meniscus.

overall shape

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E.g.
  • They share a very similar overall shape with the Atlantic Blue Crab.
  • The overall shape of the blade is oblong, drawn out at length at the tip.
  • The overall shape of the blade is narrowly triangular, from long and wide.

bad shape

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E.g.
  • The entire jute industry is in a bad shape.
  • I could have wound up in pretty bad shape."
  • The road from Neum to the rest of Herzegovina is in a bad shape.

taking shape

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E.g.
  • Meanwhile, a conspiracy led by General Mola was taking shape.
  • However, it was then that the club's modern identity started taking shape.
  • During her years at Saint Martins her real debut film, "The Alcohol Years", began taking shape.

shape when

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E.g.
  • Usually ribs incorporate the airfoil shape of the wing, and the skin adopts this shape when stretched over the ribs.
  • The printed Russian alphabet began to assume its modern shape when Peter I introduced his "civil script" type reform in 1708.
  • Unusually, the aircraft's wing bracing struts also carried the aircraft's floats, forming a "W" shape when viewed from the front.

original shape

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E.g.
  • It was reconstructed in its original shape in 1997.
  • The pupil can disorient itself in different ways before it returns to its original shape.
  • the ability to "read" some features of the original shape from the skeleton) is valued as well.

helped to shape

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E.g.
  • (1942), Many other films helped to shape the popular image of the nation at war.
  • While Artaud would eventually break away from surrealism, the movement helped to shape his later theories on the Theatre of Cruelty.
  • His first successful film, "" (1927), helped to shape the thriller genre, while his 1929 film, "Blackmail", was the first British "".

elongated shape

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E.g.
  • The forewings elongated shape is distinctive.
  • The lake has an irregular elongated shape.
  • The asteroid has a rotation period of 10.3 hours and probably an elongated shape.

help shape

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E.g.
  • The band felt that this mutual interest would help shape their musical direction.
  • In doing so, they amplify the marketing power of the influencers and help shape business trends.
  • With the goal of helping teens getting involved in theatre can have their opinions help shape the future.

spherical shape

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E.g.
  • The side lobes have tufts of white hairs in an almost spherical shape.
  • Bodies take on a conical to almost spherical shape and are attached posterior with a stalk to the main stalk.
  • The inflorescence bears two or more nodding flowers, each with its petals curved closed into a spherical shape.

different shape

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E.g.
  • This generates an entirely new waveform with a drastically different shape.
  • The animal, they learn, was none other than Dracula taking a different shape.
  • "Haliotis asinina" has a somewhat different shape, as it is more elongated and distended.

linear in shape

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E.g.
  • The petals are a linear in shape and similar in size to the sepals.
  • The dorsal sepal is erect, linear in shape, long, wide with a pointed end.
  • The leaves are 5 to 15 centimeters long and linear in shape with lobes near the ends.

similar shape

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E.g.
  • Yaranga has similar shape, but have internal yoronga-room inside the dome.
  • The tower would be a similar shape to the Swiss Re "gherkin" tower in London.
  • The eggs are of a light blue-green color and have a similar shape to that of robin eggs.

square shape

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E.g.
  • It has a square shape with two round towers on its north-western and south-eastern corners.
  • These changes consisted of the floor around the "irori" being dug-out into the ground in a square shape.
  • The natives are worshiping the square shape and speak the English language of the Antebellum United States.

skull shape

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E.g.
  • The species is thought to be insectivorous due to their occlusal dentition, general skull shape, and skull size.
  • Some authors assumed that the gharial evolved earlier than the other crocodilians because of its distinct skull shape and dentition, indicating a more advanced level of specialisation.
  • The species is characterized by a body mass and stature similar to small-bodied human populations, a smaller endocranial volume similar to "Australopithecus", and a cranial morphology (skull shape) similar to early "Homo" species.

cylindrical shape

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E.g.
  • Rounded sides, giving the structure a cylindrical shape.
  • It has a characteristic main building in a cylindrical shape.
  • The term refers to the elongated, cylindrical shape of the clusters.

distinctive shape

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E.g.
  • The distinctive shape of the DRLs has become a trademark of sorts.
  • Due to its distinctive shape, it is referred to colloquially as "The Beehive".
  • The distinctive shape and historic usage of the dagger have made it iconic and symbolic.

general shape

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E.g.
  • The general shape is oval, tapering somewhat towards the tail.
  • Only its general shape and a few small harbors such as Nootka Sound had been charted.
  • It gets its common name from its lobed lip which mimics the general shape of a monkey's body.
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