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You can get the medicine in the form of a nasal spray or as a tablet.
Help arrived in the form of six heavily armed police officers.
The aid might take the form of food or medical supplies.
Neglect of children can take a variety of forms.
She blamed a foot injury for her recent loss of form.
The band's new CD marks a welcome return to form (=to a previous high standard).
She is hoping to be on top form in time for the Olympics.
This is the British English definition of form. View American English definition of form.
a share of the profits of a company, paid once or twice a year to the people who own the...