- Bad shapeIf something's in bad shape, it's in bad condition. If a person's in bad shape, they are unfit or unhealthy.
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bad shape — If something s in bad shape, it s in bad condition. If a person s in bad shape, they are unfit or unhealthy. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
in bad shape — AND in a bad way 1. mod. injured or debilitated in any manner. □ Fred had a little accident, and he’s in bad shape. □ Tom needs exercise. He’s in bad shape. 2. mod. pregnant. □ Tracy’s in bad shape again, I hear … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
in bad shape — A person who is in bad shape is in poor physical condition. Have you seen Terry recently? He s really in bad shape. I really am in bad shape. I must do more exercise … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
in bad shape — not feeling well, out of it The day after the party I was in bad shape. How my head ached! … English idioms
in bad shape — adj. injured; in poor (physical) condition. The quarterback was in bad shape after the tackle … English slang
Shape (Go) — In the game of Go, shape describes the positional qualities of a group of stones. Descriptions of shapes in go revolve around how well a group creates or removes life and territory. Good shape can refer to the efficient use of stones in outlining … Wikipedia
shape — 1 /SeIp/ noun 1 OUTER FORM a) (C, U) the outer form of something, that you see or feel: What shape is the table round or oval? | You can recognize a tree by the shape of its leaves. | round/square etc in shape: The eyeball is almost spherical in… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
shape — [[t]ʃe͟ɪp[/t]] ♦♦ shapes, shaping, shaped 1) N COUNT: oft N of n, also in N The shape of an object, a person, or an area is the appearance of their outside edges or surfaces, for example whether they are round, square, curved, or fat. Each mirror … English dictionary
shape — I n. form 1) to give shape to 2) to assume a shape; to take shape; to take the shape of (our plans are beginning to take shape; to take the shape of a human being) good physical condition 3) to get (oneself) into shape 4) to keep (oneself) in… … Combinatory dictionary
shape — I UK [ʃeɪp] / US noun Word forms shape : singular shape plural shapes *** 1) a) [countable/uncountable] the outer form of something The room forms an L shape. Trace the shape onto the card and cut it out. all shapes and sizes: There were balloons … English dictionary