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Detailed Synonyms for mold in English

mold:

mold [the ~] noun

  1. the mold
    the mould; the mold; the template; the shape; the die; the model; the matrix
  2. the mold
    the matrix; the mold
  3. the mold
    the mold; the casting mould
  4. the mold
    the mold; the matrix; the casting mould
  5. the mold
    – container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens 1
    the cast; the mould; the mold
    – container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens 1
  6. the mold
    – sculpture produced by molding 1
    the mould; the mold; the modelling; the moulding; the molding; the clay sculpture; the modeling
    – sculpture produced by molding 1
  7. the mold
    – a distinctive nature, character, or type 1
    the mould; the mold
    – a distinctive nature, character, or type 1
    • mould [the ~] noun
    • mold [the ~] noun
      • a leader in the mold of her predecessors1
  8. the mold
    – a dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold 1
    the mould; the mold
    – a dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold 1
    • mould [the ~] noun
    • mold [the ~] noun
      • a lobster mold1
      • a gelatin dessert made in a mold1
  9. the mold
    – a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter 1
    the mould; the mold
    – a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter 1
  10. the mold
    – the process of becoming mildewed 1
    the mould; the mold; the mildew
    – the process of becoming mildewed 1
  11. the mold
    – the distinctive form in which a thing is made 1
    the cast; the mould; the mold; the stamp
    – the distinctive form in which a thing is made 1
    • cast [the ~] noun
      • pottery of this cast was found throughout the region1
    • mould [the ~] noun
    • mold [the ~] noun
    • stamp [the ~] noun
  12. the mold
    – loose soil rich in organic matter 1
    the mould; the mold
    – loose soil rich in organic matter 1

mold verb

  1. mold
    – become moldy; spoil due to humidity 1
    mold; mildew
    – become moldy; spoil due to humidity 1
    • mold verb
      • The furniture molded in the old house1
    • mildew verb
  2. mold
    – shape or influence; give direction to 1
    to determine; to shape; to influence; mold; to regulate
    – shape or influence; give direction to 1
    • determine verb (determines, determined, determining)
      • experience often determines ability1
    • shape verb (shapes, shaped, shaping)
    • influence verb (influences, influenced, influencing)
    • mold verb
      • mold public opinion1
    • regulate verb (regulates, regulated, regulating)
  3. mold
    – fit tightly, follow the contours of 1
    mold
    – fit tightly, follow the contours of 1
    • mold verb
      • The dress molds her beautiful figure1
  4. mold
    – make something, usually for a specific function 1
    to form; to shape; to work; to mould; mold; to forge
    – make something, usually for a specific function 1
    • form verb (forms, formed, forming)
    • shape verb (shapes, shaped, shaping)
      • shape a figure1
    • work verb (works, worked, working)
    • mould verb (moulds, moulded, moulding)
    • mold verb
      • She molded the rice balls carefully1
    • forge verb (forges, forged, forging)
  5. mold
    – form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold 1
    to cast; to mould; mold
    – form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold 1
    • cast verb (casts, casted, casting)
      • cast a bronze sculpture1
    • mould verb (moulds, moulded, moulding)
    • mold verb
  6. mold
    – form in clay, wax, etc 1
    to mould; mold; to model
    – form in clay, wax, etc 1
    • mould verb (moulds, moulded, moulding)
    • mold verb
    • model verb (models, modelled, modelling)
      • model a head with clay1

Related Words for "mold":

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Related Definitions for "mold":

  1. container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens1
  2. sculpture produced by molding1
  3. a distinctive nature, character, or type1
    • a leader in the mold of her predecessors1
  4. a dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold1
    • a lobster mold1
    • a gelatin dessert made in a mold1
  5. a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter1
  6. the process of becoming mildewed1
  7. the distinctive form in which a thing is made1
  8. loose soil rich in organic matter1
  9. become moldy; spoil due to humidity1
    • The furniture molded in the old house1
  10. shape or influence; give direction to1
    • mold public opinion1
  11. fit tightly, follow the contours of1
    • The dress molds her beautiful figure1
  12. make something, usually for a specific function1
    • She molded the rice balls carefully1
  13. form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold1
  14. form in clay, wax, etc1

Related Synonyms for mold



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