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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.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony