morph morph  /ˈmɔrf/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) cause to change shape in a computer animation
  2. (v) change shape as via computer animation

Usage(s):

  1. But the threat that black boxes will morph into a continuous system is less likely if you have a regulation which doesn't allow that.
  2. As taste buds work overtime to discover fresh nuances in well-known flavors, even simple, everyday foods like potatoes or plain yogurt morph into nouvelle cuisine.
  3. Beyond that, Sammyboy is morphing into a kind of samizdat outlet where Singaporeans vent and satirize life in the city-state.

News

  1. The Adventures Of Nigel & Whippie

    Ben and Skin morph into their alter ego fake radio show, Nigel and Whippie, to prank-interview the author of a new book about sports and politics.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: CBS Dallas - Fort Worth

  2. 2013 NBA Draft Sleepers That NBA Teams Will Steal in the Second Round

    Let's be as definitive as possible here.  Each of these five 2013 NBA draft sleepers  will   be taken in the second round, and each of them  will stick around in the NBA for a long time.  Some of them will be career rotation players, and others will eventually morph into starters, but they all have staying power at the professional level. When you're drafting a player in the second round, that's ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  3. Blackhawks find way to win epic Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

    There is still a long way to go in a series that already appears destined for seven long games, but Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals provided another insight into the beauty of the Blackhawks. Considered along with the Pittsburgh Penguins as the fastest, most-skilled team in the NHL, their trump card is often their unique ability to morph into any team they want. They can hit. They can muck up ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Chicago Sun-Times

Quotes

  1. "The (Chinese) yuan is already everyone's problem. The dollar cannot remain solely the problem of others. If we're not careful, monetary disarray could morph into economic war. We would all be its victims," Sarkozy said.
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Reuters

  2. "Those are intelligent devices that are going to continue to morph," Ballmer said.
    on May 19, 2010 By: Steve Ballmer Source: AFP

  3. "I'm not a political person. And I have no desire to sit in on Cabinet meetings. And I promise you, I'm not going to morph into a politician," Judith Giuliani said Tuesday on Fox News Channel as she sat alongside the former New York mayor.
    on Oct 16, 2007 By: Judith Nathan Source: Guardian Unlimited

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