formnoun

  • ja書式、用紙
  • ena document to be filled out or signed

Examples

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- Can you just fill out the form, please? - Yes.
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I would like to file an official complaint to corporate,
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because Darryl lied on an official form.
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I'm about to throw a block party.
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You'll need a form for each act.
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Bureaucracy's not stupid. It's elegant.
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It's a beautiful puzzle waiting to be cracked.
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Every rule, every form has its purpose.
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Well, well. Do you have the forms of which I speak in order to make this renewal official?
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I forgot the form!
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I'm gonna need a new set of these forms.
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Why?
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I am really an idiot.
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You see, I was filling out my friend's form
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and instead of putting her information, I put mine.
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Please stamp the form.
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I just want to admire it one more time.
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Fill out the form, and you'll get a credit card and a free t-shirt.

Other meanings for form...

formverb

  • ja形づくる、形成する
  • ento mold or shape something
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And then we’re just going to form it into a nice, big, round ball.
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I'm going to form it into a roll,
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so we can keep it into the fridge until we need it.
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So I'm gonna put it out onto the countertop,
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and just use my hands to form it into a ball.
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Okay, form into shape.
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Oh, that is hot!
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That's... hot and sticky.
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Over several weeks,
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these growing tips inflate to form jugs or pitchers.