hollow container with a particular shape
particular type of character
fine furry growth of fungi that forms on old food or on objects left in moist warm air
shape sth into a particular form or object
influence sb's character
"pottery of this cast was found throughout the region"
"a lobster mold"
"a gelatin dessert made in a mold"
"a leader in the mold of her predecessors"
"model a head with clay"
"cast a bronze sculpture"
"She molded the rice balls carefully"
"Form cylinders from the dough"
"shape a figure"
"Work the metal into a sword"
Vast naked Rocks without the least sign of Mould.
出自： H. Maundrell
In fresh-turn'd moulds which first beheld the sun.
出自： J. Clare
To find the moulds necessary for the construction of a semicircular arch.
出自： J. Nicholson
Mildew and mould began to lurk in closets.
Glistening droplets of fluid such as exude from moulds on decaying matter.
出自： Anthony Huxley
There is great art in moulding a question.
Obscure clouds, moulded by the casual air.
His fingers were soiled with newsprint..as though they were moulded from lead.
出自： G. Swift
Sloth moulding some, anxiety consuming others.
出自： E. Rainbowe
The boy moulded clay into balls.
It is moulded into a basin-like form.
它被做成盆状。 mould sb/sth into sth
He will mould a child into an excellent basketball player.
He moulded a talented amateur into a brilliant actor.
The fashion at the time moulded round the upper part of the body.
那时候流行的服装式样是上身要贴身。 mould sth to〔round〕 sth
We can mould the dress to your figure.