formed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v create (as an entity)
They formed a company
- v to compose or represent:"This wall forms the background of the stage setting"
- v develop into a distinctive entity
- v give shape or form to
- v make something, usually for a specific function
- v establish or impress firmly in the mind
- v assume a form or shape
the water formed little beads
- a having or given a form or shape
- As for where the comets came from, it's long been assumed that they formed directly out of clouds of interstellar gas and dust.
- These clues strengthen Kuiper's belief that Copernicus was formed by the impact of a comet, one of three or four that have hit the visible side of the moon during its 4-billion .
- It was formed in 1825 by Alexander Brown, previously a linen merchant, and in 1833 devoted itself exclusively to finance.
- Joe Biden in The Associated Press
I remain, as I have been from the beginning, extremely optimistic about the government being formed here,Biden told reporters.
- Lindsey Graham in Reuters South Africa
It will be a very comprehensive approach to jump-start the economy, by allowing capital to be formed easier in America by lowering taxes,Graham said on CBS' "Face the Nation."