mold

1
[ mohld ]
/ moʊld /

noun

verb (used with object)

Also especially British, mould.

Origin of mold

1
1175–1225; (noun) Middle English molde < Old French modle < Latin modulus module; (v.) Middle English, derivative of the noun

Related forms

mold·a·ble, mould·a·ble, adjectivemold·a·bil·i·ty, mould·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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Examples from the Web for moldable

  • Man is moldable; very; and it is desirable that he should aspire.

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British Dictionary definitions for moldable

mold

/ (məʊld) /

noun, verb

the US spelling of mould 1

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Science definitions for moldable

mold

[ mōld ]

Any of various fungi that often form a fuzzy growth (called a mycelium) on the surface of organic matter. Some molds cause food to spoil, but others are beneficial, such as those used to make certain cheeses and those from which antibiotics like penicillin are developed. The molds do not form a distinct phylogenetic grouping but belong to various phyla including the ascomycetes and the zygomycetes. See also slime mold.

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Idioms and Phrases with moldable

mold

see cast in the same mold.


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