- v.形成，构成，产生( form的过去式和过去分词 ); 是; （使）成形; 结成（友谊）;
The stars must have formed 10 to 15 billion years ago.
Athletics South Africa was formed by an amalgamation of two organisations.
Specific groups may be formed to address specific issues.
In 1882 Germany, Austria, and Italy formed the Triple Alliance.
Their characters are fully formed and they are both very stable children.
Political observers believe that a new cabinet may be formed shortly.
This reservoir was formed by damming the River Blith.
A long line of people formed outside the doctor's office.
Anger at injustice formed his character.
A frown formed between her arched brows.
Police formed a cordon between the two crowds.
O'Brien formed the men into a ragged line.
In Darlington, queues formed at some polling booths.
They then formed a ring around the square.
They formed themselves into teams.
Hundreds of people have formed impressions of you through that little device on your desk.
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Many bad habits can be especially difficult to cure because they are likely to have been formed at a very young age.
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1. clearly defined;
"I have no formed opinion about the chances of success"
2. having or given a form or shape
3. formed in the mind
4. having taken on a definite arrangement;
"cheerleaders were formed into letters"
"we saw troops formed into columns"
5. fully developed as by discipline or training;
"a fully formed literary style"