Meaning of mold
- a hollow form or matrix for giving a particular shape to something in a molten or plastic state.
- the shape created or imparted to a thing by a mold.
- something formed in or on a mold: a mold of jelly.
- a frame on which something is formed or made.
- shape or form.
- a prototype, example, or precursor.
- a distinctive nature, character, or type: a person of a simple mold.
- a three-dimensional pattern used to shape a plate after it has been softened by heating.
- a template for a frame.
- a molding.
- a group of moldings.
- to work into a required shape or form; shape.
- to shape or form in or on a mold.
- to form a mold of or from, in order to make a casting.
- to produce by or as if by shaping material; form.
- to have influence in determining or forming: to mold the character of a child.
- to ornament with moldings.
- a growth of minute fungi forming on vegetable or animal matter, commonly as a downy or furry coating, and associated with decay or dampness.
- any of the fungi that produce such a growth.
- to become or cause to become overgrown or covered with mold.
- loose, friable earth, esp. when rich in organic matter and favorable to the growth of plants.
- ground; earth.
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