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Meanings of "form" in Spanish English Dictionary : 141 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
form estructura [f]
form forma [f]
form conformar [v]
form impreso [m]
form formulario [m]
General
form hechura [f]
form hoja [f]
form horma [f]
form plasmación [f]
form figura [f]
form modalidad [f]
form configurar [v]
form crear [v]
form formar [v]
form formarse [v]
form modelar [v]
form encofrado [m]
form molde [m]
form calaña [f]
form banca [f]
form formación [f]
form moda [f]
form manera [f]
form constituir [v]
form construir [v]
form hacer [v]
form faccionar [v] disused
form forjar [v]
form labrar [v]
form planear [v]
form rayar [v]
form trabajar [v]
form vaciar [v]
form banco [m]
form esqueleto [m] CO GT MX NI
form método [m]
form modo [m]
form sitial [m]
form talle [m]
form ficha [f]
form matriz [f]
form planilla [f] LAM
form planilla [f]
form pro forma [f] PA BO
form planilla [f] CU CO VE PE BO CL PY AR UY
form integrar [v]
form tallar [v]
form concebir (plan) [v]
form bulto [m]
form papel [m]
form machote [m] MX GT NI
form modelo [m] CU
form ceremonia [f]
form práctica [f]
form disposición [f]
form manifestación [f]
form constitución [f]
form elegancia [f]
form hermosura [f]
form conducta [f]
form organización [f]
form clase (de escuela) [f]
form cama de liebre [f]
form sombra [f]
form aparición [f]
form poner en orden [v]
form ordenar [v]
form idear [v]
form componer [v]
form colocar [v]
form juntar [v]
form arreglar [v]
form tomar un forma [v]
form tomar una figura [v]
form ritual [m]
form arreglo [m]
form estilo [m]
form sistema [m]
form asiento largo [m]
form porte [m]
Business
form forma [f]
form formular [v]
form formulario [m]
Banking
form formulario (or impreso)
Finance
form forma [f]
form formato [m] CO
form formulario [m]
form machote [m] MX
Law
form planilla [f] LA
form forma [f] MX
form configurar [v]
form configurar [v]
form modelo [m]
form formulario [m]
Demographics
form cestón [m]
Engineering
form condición [f]
form formalidad [f]
form forma [f]
form horma [f]
form forma [f]
form matriz [f]
form formar [v]
form moldear [v]
form perfilar [v]
form moldear [v]
form modelar [v]
form moldar [v]
form formar [v]
form boletín [m]
form patrón [m]
form formulario [m]
form modelo [m]
form molde [m]
Informatics
form forma [f]
form impreso [m]
Geology
form figura [f]
form forma [f]
form formar [v]
form conformar [v]
Psychology
form desarrollar [v]
form formular [v]
Construction
form forma [f]
form encofrar [v]
form encofrado [m]
form molde [m]
Technical
form moldear [v]
form dar forma [v]
form encofrar [v]
form impreso [m]
Nautical
form cuestionario [m]
Agriculture
form chantung [m]
Mining
form estado [m]
Mineralogy
form hacerse [v]
form relieve [m]
Energy
form forma [f]
form impreso [m]
form formulario [m]
form formato [m]
form información escrita
form instrucción escrita
British Slang
form antecedentes penales

Meanings of "form" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
plural form of cuyo cuyos [pron]
feminine form of it or that la [pron]
plural form of cuál cuáles [pron]
plural form of cual cuales [pron]
plural form of cuánto cuántos [pron]
feminine plural form of mucho muchas [pron]
feminine form of alguno alguna [pron]
plural form of nuestro ours nuestros [pron]
feminine plural form of mucho muchas [adv]
accented form of cuan cuán [adv]
feminine form of asesino (murderess) asesina [f]
feminine singular form of caro cara [f]
alternative form of hierba yerba [f]
feminine form of dueño (owner) dueña [f]
compound of the second-person singular imperative form of dar/da and the pronoun le dale [v]
compound of the informal second-person singular formal singular (tú) imperative form of dejar/deja and the pronoun me déjame [v]
compound of the informal second-person singular formal singular (tú) imperative form of decir/di and the pronoun le dile [v]
compound of the third-person participle form of hacer/haciendo and the pronoun lo haciéndolo [v]
compound of the informal second-person singular formal singular (tú) imperative form of decir/di and the pronoun me dime [v]
compound of the second-person plural imperative form of dar/da and the pronoun me dadme [v] ES
feminine singular form of participle hacer hecha [v]
reflexive form of dar darse [v]
first-person singular present tense form of the verb tragar trago [v]
compound of the second-person participle form of mirar/mirando and the pronoun lo mirándolo [v]
plural form of vestido vestidos [adj]
plural form of nuestro ours nuestros [adj]
plural form of simple simples [adj]
plural form of mi mis [adj]
plural form of presente presentes [adj]
plural form of triste tristes [adj]
plural form of célebre célebres [adj]
feminine plural form of mucho muchas [adj]
plural form of terrible terribles [adj]
plural form of tal tales [adj]
plural form of verde verdes [adj]
plural form of negro negros [adj]
plural form of matemática matemáticas [adj]
plural form of tu tus [adj]
plural form of su his sus [adj]
(before the noun) apocopic form of grande great gran [adj]
(before the noun) apocopic form of santo saint san [adj]
(before the noun) apocopic form of malo bad or evil mal [adj]
form money contante [m]
fifa world cup (short form of copa mundial) mundial [m]
subscription form boletín [m]
cardiac arrest (short form of paro cardíaco) paro [m]
father-in-law (mother-in-law for the feminine form) suegro [m]
plural form of calzoncillo calzoncillos [m/pl]
plural form of país países [m/pl]
plural form of verdugo verdugos [m/pl]
plural form of sable sables [m/pl]
plural form of vestido vestidos [m/pl]
plural form of negro negros [m/pl]
plural form of trabajador trabajadores [m/pl]
plural form of pecado pecados [m/pl]
plural form of pelo pelos [m/pl]
plural form of piso pisos [m/pl]
plural form of robot robots [m/pl]
plural form of teléfono teléfonos [m/pl]
plural form of préstamo préstamos [m/pl]
plural form of tema temas [m/pl]
plural form of vida vidas [f/pl]
plural form of vista vistas [f/pl]
plural form of radio radios [f/pl]
plural form of torre torres [f/pl]
plural form of rata ratas [f/pl]
plural form of teja tejas [f/pl]
plural form of matemática matemáticas [f/pl]
plural form of cosa cosas [f/pl]
plural form of bandera banderas [f/pl]
plural form of ola olas [f/pl]
plural form of pos noun plantas [f/pl]
plural form of nube nubes [f/pl]
plural form of papa papas [f/pl]
plural form of paz paces [f/pl]
plural form of trompeta trompetas [f/pl]
General
in an abridged form abreviadamente [adv]
in form formalmente [adv]
application form solicitud [f]
application form instancia [f]
registration form ficha [f]
form [us] forma [f]
base form base [f]
form an opinion formarse una opinión [v]
form a union agremiarse [v]
form a group agruparse [v]
form up alinear [v]
form a scar cicatrizarse [v]
form a pool apozarse [v] DO CO CL
form a whole formar un conjunto [v]
form up formar filas [v]
form a pool rebalsarse [v]
fill in a form rellenar un formulario [v]
blank form blanco [m]
form a confederacy confederar [v]
form of address tratamiento [m]
you (polite form) usted [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) itself si [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) themselves si [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) oneself si [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) himself si [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) herself si [pron]
(reflexive form of the personal pronoun of the third person) yourself si [pron]
in a latinized form/manner alatinadamente [adv]
in the form of a college colegiadamente [adv]
beams placed in form of a cross aspa [f]
ancient form of servitude angaria [f]
form of civility ceremonia [f]
empty form ceremonia [f]
lace or needle-work wrought in the form of a chain cadeneta [f]
knife in crescent form for hamstringing cattle desjarretadera [f]
form (in schools) clase [f]
primitive form of bacteria cocobacteria [f]
slip of paper or other form of memorandum cartela [f]
elegance of form disposición [f]
a form of ophthalmia ceguera [f]
form given to a thing hechura [f]
link of a chain of the form of this letter ese [f]
form/mold for mud wails gavera [f] AND CO VE
rhetorical form of speech in which a word is repeated geminación [f]
weather-cock in the form of a statue giralda [f]
vane in the form of a statue giralda [f]
time when corn form their seed grana [f]
form/cast of writing forma [f]
form of celebrating the mass liturgia [f]
form of prayers liturgia [f]
form in which a thing is made manifactura [f]
form a pair aparear [v]
form single file ahilar [v]
form in gullies arroyar [v]
give shoes the form of a slipper achinelar [v]
form the sheer of a ship arrufar [v]
form a ravine abarrancar [v]
form into balls apelotonar [v]
form/count by tens adecenar [v]
give a convex form to abombar [v]
form a pool (water) apozarse [v] CO CL
form a partnership asociarse [v]
form like a small chain acadenillar [v]
relate a story in the form of a fable afabular [v]
form rings/circles anillar [v]
form an alliance aliarse [v]
form clusters arracimarse [v]
form/fall into a group atroparse [v]
make in the form of a cord or rope acordonar [v]
form a guild/union agremiar [v]
form a partnership between two one-horse farmers acoyuntar [v]
form a crowd arremolinar [v]
form puddles aguazar [v]
form parties acuadrillar [v]
form a league, party/faction apandillar [v]
form a line of contravallation contravalar [v]
form a coalition coalicionar [v]
change (the form/shape) corromper [v]
form a conjecture from indications columbrar [v] fig.
take form dibujarse [v]
form a composite componerse [v]
form into a square cuadrar [v]
form an opinion conceptuar [v]
form concretions concrecionar [v]
reduce to the simplest form concretar [v]
form an opinion catar [v]
form acquaintanceship conexionarse [v]
dispose into form configurar [v]
form a bevel chaflanar [v]
form an opinion existimar [v]
form a corporation incorporarse [v]
form bowers of vine branches emparrar [v]
give form to informar [v]
form in squadrons escuadronar [v]
form/grow in stalk (of corn) encañar [v]
form a list of electoral candidates approved by the government encasillar [v]
put in legal form instruir [v]
form puddles encharcarse [v]
form a corner with esquinar [v]
form/conceive an idea idear [v]
draw up a document in regular form estilar [v] rare
form an opinion estimar [v]
form in leaves foliar [v]
form erroneous suppositions imaginar [v]
form (as ideas) formar [v]
form rings/ringlets ensortijar [v]
form a screw/spiral entornillar [v]
form/give an opinion juzgar [v]
re-form reformar [v]
form with a protuberance nielar [v]
form an octagon ochavar [v]
form head (cabbage/lettuce) repollar [v]
form bubbles when baking (bread) olivarse [v]
form into a compact body macizar [v]
dam water to form a pool rebalsar [v]
form a bank (gaming) tallar [v]
form an opinion sentir [v]
form a pool (water) empozarse [v]
in the form of an acorn abellotado [adj]
in the form of a biscuit abizcochado [adj]
in the form of a lamp acandilado [adj]
made in the form of a cord acordonado [adj]
in the form of a goad/sting aculeiforme [adj]
made in the form of a culverin aculebrinado [adj]
in the form of a cross (incision) crucial [adj]
having the form of a cove or inlet ensenado [adj]
in the form of a pellicle pelicular [adj]
shortened form postrimer postrimero [adj]
body of the members of a tribunal assembled in the form of a court acuerdo [m]
pearl of irregular form barrueco [m]
kind of blackbird which builds a nest in basket form canastero [m] CL
ancient weapon in the form of crescent bidente [m]
book in folio form infolio [m]
theoretical form of earth according to geodesy geoide [m]
piece of jewelry in the form of a clasp firmal [m]
pilaster in form of a reversed pyramid estípite [m]
ancient form of grenade grinalde [m]
hat-form formillón [m]
a fibrous fern or brake form philippines nito [m]
hideous form mascarón [m]
anything in the form of globe, orb, disk redondo [m]
a form of address for an old negro taita [m] outdated
form cast (in a mold) vaciado [m]
any of the pieces which form the seats of breeches or drawers hondillos [m/pl]
biscuits in the form of an s grafioles [m/pl]
in the form of an acorn abellotada [adj/f]
in the form of a biscuit abizcochada [adj/f]
shortened form postrimer postrimera [adj/f]
in the form of a lamp acandilada [adj/f]
made in the form of a cord acordonada [adj/f]
made in the form of a culverin aculebrinada [adj/f]
having the form of a cove or inlet ensenada [adj/f]
form precipices abarrancar [v]
form cliffs abarrancar [v]
form ravines abarrancar [v]
form gullies abarrancar [v]
give a convex form abombar [v]
form a gap in weaving acarralarse [v]
take form acentuarse [v]
form a top acopar [v]
form a crown acopar [v]
form into a band acuadrillar [v]
form a fistula afistolarse [v] disused
form a group agavillar [v]
form a party agavillar [v]
form into a group agavillarse [v]
form into a party agavillarse [v]
form lumps agrumarse [v]
form a group agruparse [v]
form a line ahilar [v]
form an alliance aligarse [v] rare
form a posse amotinarse (francés) [v]
form blisters ampollar [v]
form bubbles ampollar [v]
in the form of a plateau amesetado [adj]
suffix used to form collective nouns indicating abundance ambre [suf]
suffix used to form abstract feminine nouns determined by the derivative base ncia [suf]
suffix used to form abstract feminine nouns determined by the derivative base ancia [suf]
suffix used to form adjectives indicating belonging, condition or relationship áneo [suf]
suffix used to form derogatory nouns anga [suf]
dative form of ustedes les [pron]
accusative form of ellos or ustedes los [pron]
for him (dative form of él) le [pron]
abbreviated form of usted vd. [pron]
abbreviated form of ustedes uds. [pron]
old-fashioned form of cuál quál [pron]
old-fashioned form of cuanto quanto [pron]
old-fashioned form of se ge [pron]
a form of you vos [pron]
old-fashioned form of adecuadamente adequadamente [adv]
old-fashioned form of ahora agora [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuando quando [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuándo quándo [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuanto quanto [adv]
old-fashioned form of frecuentemente freqüentemente [adv]
alternative form of a posta aposta [adv]
alternative form of así ansina [adv] disused
alternative form of entretanto entre tanto [adv]
alternative form of en plena luz del día a plena luz del día [adv]
alternative form of suficientemente sufientemente [adv]
alternative form of tal como tal y como [adv]
superlative form of muchísimo muchisísimo [adv]
superlative form of mucho muchísimo [adv]
comparative form of mal peor [adv]
as a mere form como una mera forma [adv]
as a mere form como una mera forma de [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuando quando [conj]
alternative form of por más que por mucho que [conj]
pouch hanging form the waist escarcela [f]
discharge form a hospital alta [f]
form or shape configuración [f]
alternative form of azalea azálea [f] MX
alternative form of chayote chayota [f] VE
alternative form of cuarcita cuarzita [f] outdated
alternative form of sandwichería sanduchería [f] PR VE EC CO
alternative form of sandwichería sanguchería [f] PE AR PY UY
alternative form of ostionera ostionería [f] MX
alternative form of volquete volqueta [f] BO CO EC HN
alternative form of ostionera ostrería [f] MX
alternative form of hierba buena yerba buena [f]
someone that holds to a form of agnosticism agnóstica [f]
alternate form of mayonesa mahonesa [f]
rare form of comprensión comprehensión [f]
old-fashioned form of diosa deesa [f]
old-fashioned form of flema flegma [f]
old-fashioned form of jerarquía hierarquía [f]
old-fashioned form of lealtad lealdad [f]
alternative case form of triple diosa triple diosa [f]
old-fashioned form of ausencia absencia [f]
old-fashioned form of bajeza bajez [f]
old-fashioned form of codicia cudicia [f]
old-fashioned form of grulla grúa [f]
old-fashioned form of hambre fambre [f]
old-fashioned form of hambre fame [f]
old-fashioned form of hembra fembra [f]
old-fashioned form of hermosura fermosura [f]
female form of motero motera [f]
feminine form of asesino asesina [f]
feminine form of dueño dueña [f]
alternative form of hierba buena hierbabuena [f]
concavity in the form of a horseshoe that is made in the hulls of the horses so that they can be better settle on the ground agarradera [f] AR UY
cream-filled sweet covered in chocolate (measuring 10 cm and in the form of a parallelepiped) altea [f] CU
earthen jar in form of amphora to hold water múcura  [f] CO CU VE
earthen jar in form of amphora to hold water mucura [f] CO CU VE
actualization of form-giving cause entelequia [f]
mold/last (to form shoes/hats) horma [f]
anything round in form arepa [f] VE
disease caused by a fungus that affects plants in the form of a black dust and ruins the fruit (attacking particularly corn crops) atopa [f] EC rur.
disease caused by a fungus that affects plants in the form of a black dust and ruins the fruit (it particularly attacks corn crops) atupa (voz quechua) [f] EC rur.
bad form mala forma [f]
skirt chain used to carry a fan, fabric with filigree in the form of hearts or clover, with a sliding pin cadena abaniquera [f] PA
cactus with globose form, short stem, almost cylindrical and without leaves visnaga [f] MX
cactus with globose form, short stem, almost cylindrical and without leaves viznaga [f] MX
group of four people, especially athletes, who form a team cuarteta [f] CU CL
improvised composition in the form of quatrains or ten-line stanzas, that is accompanied by harp or guitar music cumanana [f] PE:N
bulrush leaf woven in the form of a snake culebra [f] HN
mesoamerican mythical character in the form of a beautiful woman who attracts men at night and then scares them with her skull face cigua [f] HN SV
pre-columbian symbol in the form of a tiered cross chala (del quechua) [f] PE
ghost in the form of an old woman ciguapa [f] DO
lower part of banana leaves that form the shaft of the tree chanta [f] EC:E
frame made of sticks that form a grating chapapa [f] BO:E
group of houses that share an interior patio in the form of a passage way cité [f] CL
unrefined cane sugar in the form of prismatic bread or a truncated cone chancada [f] MX
human excrement in the form of a ball chirola [f] HN rur.
human excrement in the form of a ball chirola [f] HN rur.
punishment given to someone in the form of blows entrada [f] CU
blank form (paperwork) forma [f] US MX GT PA DO PR CO EC BO CL
wood frame, used to form a structural element of concrete formaleta [f] GT HN NI CR PA DO PR CO VE EC
wooden planks or metal sheets used to give form to a column formaleta [f] CR
small piece of sweet bread, in the form of an animal, person, or plant figura de pan [f] EC
set of wood boards that form the seats in small boats estiba [f] HN:S
coconut milk candy in the form of a thin bar canquiña [f] DO
sweet bread in the form of a child guagua [f] PE
sweet bread in the form of a child huahua [f] PE
cookie made with wheat flour, sugar, and egg yolk with chocolate shavings in the form of scribbles on top galleta garabato [f] HN
alien life form forma de vida extraterrestre [f]
rear section of a car on some old american models, with light supports in the form of high peaks cola de pato [f] CU
group of animals of a species that are close together and form a compact block colpa [f] CL
trapezoidal piece used to join wooden boards that form a corner cola de pato [f] MX
type of blade, in the form of a cross, used on a kite to cut an opponent's kite cruceta [f] CU
type of rooster comb in the form of a saw cresta de serrucho [f] PR
type of rooster comb in the form of a saw but shorter or wider cresta rosana [f] PR
wide machete in the form of a long saber with a sharp tip that is curved upwards cola de gallo [f] HN NI VE
application form for assistance formulario de solicitud para asistencia [f]
pastry in the form of a child huahua [f] PE
form of entertainment divertida [f] HN
card game with two to five players using a poker deck to form rows of cards of the same suit or number loba [f] BO AR
gift given at baptisms, usually in the form of coins mariquita [f] PR
horse mane hairstyle in the form of a fish mojarra [f] GT HN
baton with paper decorations in the form of hair on the ends, used at public events mechuda [f] MX
fireworks in the form of a crown on top of a fireworks tower-like frame paloma [f] EC PE
set of unthreshed corn stalks that are stored as a reserve in the form of a cylinder parva [f] EC:S
voter registration form planilla [f] MX GT HN
tax declaration form planilla [f] PR
medical care responsibility form responsiva [f] MX
stone placed to form a fire tuchpa [f] PE:E rur.
mythical animal in the form of a deer that spooks hunters venada careta [f] HN
extract combs form hive castrar [v]
free form encumbrance despejar [v]
form into knots or balls apelotonar [v]
form a trade union sindicarse [v]
give form to modelar [v]
form an estimate of presuponer [v]
form a sediment sedimentarse [v]
form scar tissue cicatrizarse [v]
communicate through the written form textear [v]
old-fashioned form of aderezar adereçar [v]
rare form of exudar exsudar [v]
rare form of fecundar fecundizar [v]
old-fashioned form of añadir añidir [v]
old-fashioned form of arrancar rancar [v]
represent in the form of a model modelizar [v]
old-fashioned form of calmar acalmar [v]
old-fashioned form of centellear to twinkle centellar [v]
old-fashioned form of elegir eligir [v]
old-fashioned form of hablar fablar [v]
fill out a form llenar [v]
form lumps in something aburujar [v]
alternative form of abotagarse abotargarse [v]
alternative form of amacollar macollar [v]
alternative form of apreciar preciar [v]
alternative form of armar la de san quintín armar un san quintín [v]
alternative form of arañar aruñar [v]
alternative form of bajar al pilón bajarse al pilón [v]
alternative form of cafichear cafichar [v]
alternative form of cambiar de chip cambiar el chip [v]
alternative form of cañonear acañonear [v]
alternative form of convergir converger [v]
alternative form of derelinquir derrelinquir [v]
alternative form of driblar driblear [v]
alternative form of garapiñar garrapiñar [v]
alternative form of imantar imanar [v]
alternative form of intrincar intricar [v]
alternative form of intubar entubar [v]
alternative form of mantener manutener [v]
alternative form of psicoanalizar sicoanalizar [v]
alternative form of pudrir podrir [v]
alternative form of resentirse resentir [v]
alternative form of restablecer reestablecer [v]
alternative form of sobreentender sobrentender [v]
alternative form of sobrevivir supervivir [v]
alternative form of sustituir substituir [v]
alternative form of transbordar trasbordar [v]
alternative form of transcribir trascribir [v]
alternative form of transcurrir trascurrir [v]
alternative form of nutrir nudrir [v]
alternative form of transferir trasferir [v]
alternative form of transfigurar trasfigurar [v]
alternative form of transformar trasformar [v]
alternative form of transgredir trasgredir [v]
alternative form of transmigrar trasmigrar [v]
alternative form of transmitir trasmitir [v]
alternative form of transmutar trasmutar [v]
alternative form of transparentar trasparentar [v]
alternative form of transpirar traspirar [v]
alternative form of transponer trasponer [v]
alternative form of transportar trasportar [v]
alternative form of transvasar trasvasar [v]
alternative form of wasapear whatsappear [v]
alternative form of trasplantar transplantar [v] rare
alternative form of tropezar entropezar [v]
package in tablet form empastillar [v]
take form dibujarse [v]
reflexive form of agotar agotarse [v]
form a pair parear [v]
reflexive form of pintar pintarse [v]
reflexive form of poner ponerse [v]
reflexive form of quitar quitarse [v]
reflexive form of rendir rendirse [v]
form into a clot coagularse [v]
form a cluster amontonar [v]
form into a cluster amontonar [v]
form into a cluster aglomerar [v]
form into a cluster agruparse [v]
form an association asociarse [v]
complete a form rellenar [v]
form a contrast contrastar [v]
form cracks agrietarse [v]
form into arch arquear [v]
form a poetic metre escandir [v]
spoil the form of deformar [v]
form a mental picture visualizar [v]
form buds brotar [v]
form buds florecer [v]
form buds retoñar [v]
form a bunch arracimarse [v]
form a bunch enracimarse [v]
form a pile acumular [v]
form a pile arrumar [v]
form a pile apilar [v]
form a material trabajar [v]
form a material tallar [v]
form a heap amontonarse [v]
form lumps aglutinar [v]
form bubbles hacer burbujas [v]
form a line hacer cola [v]
form a line hacer fila [v]
form a line formarse [v] MX
fill out a form rellenar un impreso [v]
form a line guardar cola [v]
form a consortium consorciarse [v]
form pairs acollarar [v]
form a crowd aglomerarse [v]
form an alliance with aliarse con [v]
form into an organized crime gang apandillar [v]
fill a form rellenar un formulario [v]
address someone using the form of usted tratar de usted a alguien [v]
address someone using the form of usted hablar de usted a alguien [v]
address someone using the form of usted llamar de usted a alguien [v]
keep form doing something guardarse de hacer algo [v]
be in form estar entrenado [v]
take the shape/form of adoptar la forma de [v]
take the shape/form of tomar la forma de [v]
come together and form one mass or whole coaligarse con [v]
come together and form one mass or whole coligarse con [v]
form bubbles estar en efervescencia [v]
form bubbles entrar en efervescencia [v]
form a plan forjar un plan [v]
form ears (corn) jilotear [v] CAM
form a coalition coalicionarse [v]
form puddles on the ground achagualarse [v] MX
form curls acolocharse [v] GT HN
gather the garbage of the coffee plantation in the form of a cord in the center of the quirks acordonar [v] CR
form cabildo cabildear [v]