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N-COUNT 形状;外形;轮廓;样子 The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat.
Each mirror is made to order and can be designed to almost any shape or size.
...little pens in the shape of baseball bats...
N-COUNT 模糊的影子;蒙的轮廓 You can refer to something that you can see as a shape if you cannot see it clearly, or if its outline is the clearest or most striking aspect of it.
The great grey shape of a tank rolled out of the village...
Lying in bed we often see dark shapes of herons silhouetted against the moon.
N-COUNT 形状;图形 A shape is a space enclosed by an outline, for example a circle, a square, or a triangle.
...if you imagine a sort of a kidney shape...
He suggested that the shapes represented a map of Britain and Ireland.
N-SING (计划或组织的)框架，结构，特点，形式 The shape of something that is planned or organized is its structure and character.
The last two weeks have seen a lot of talk about the future shape of Europe...
Ultimately, we can change the shape of people's lives.
VERB 决定…的形成;影响…的发展 Someone or something that shapes a situation or an activity has a very great influence on the way it develops.
Christian Democratic leaders are meeting to discuss their role in shaping the future of Europe...
Like it or not, our families shape our lives and make us what we are.
VERB 使成为…形状;塑造 If you shape an object, you give it a particular shape, using your hands or a tool.
Cut the dough in half and shape each half into a loaf.
...machinery for shaping the plutonium core of nuclear weapons.
PHRASE 开端;先河;未来发展模式 If you say that something is the shape of things to come, you mean that it is the start of a new trend or development, and in future things will be like this.
British Rail says its new Liverpool Street station is the shape of things to come.
PHRASE 以任何形式;无论如何 If you say, for example, that you will not accept something in any shape or form, or in any way, shape or form, you are emphasizing that you will not accept it in any circumstances.
I don't condone violence in any shape or form...
There is absolutely no reason for consumers to be panicking in any way, shape or form.
PHRASE (身体)状况良好/状况不佳;(事物)情况良好/情况糟糕 If someone or something is in shape, or in good shape, they are in a good state of health or in a good condition. If they are in bad shape, they are in a bad state of health or in a bad condition.
...the Fatburner Diet Book, a comprehensive guide to getting in shape...
He was still in better shape than many young men...
PHRASE (精确说明所指)以…的形式,也就是 You can use in the shape of to state exactly who or what you are referring to, immediately after referring to them in a general way.
The Prime Minister found a surprise ally today in the shape of Jacques Delors, the Commission President...
What industry needed now was a little hope in the shape of an interest-rate cut.
PHRASE 把…训练好;使…符合要求 If you lick ,knock, or whip someone or something into shape, you use whatever methods are necessary to change or improve them so that they are in the condition that you want them to be in.
You'll have four months in which to lick the recruits into shape...
Few people doubt his ability to whip the economy into shape.
PHRASE (因受损、处理不当等)变形的，走样的 If something is out of shape, it is no longer in its proper or original shape, for example because it has been damaged or wrongly handled.
Once most wires are bent out of shape, they don't return to the original position.
PHRASE 身体不好的;不健康的 If you are out of shape, you are unhealthy and unable to do a lot of physical activity without getting tired.
PHRASE (人、事物)形形色色，各种各样 If you say that things or people of a certain type come in all shapes and sizes, you mean that there are a large number of them, and that they are often very different from each other.
Colleges and universities come in all shapes and sizes.
PHRASE 逐渐成形;初具雏形 When something takes shape, it develops or starts to appear in such a way that it becomes fairly clear what its final form will be.
In 1912 women's events were added, and the modern Olympic programme began to take shape.