Definition Of mold

verb

a distinctive and typical style, form, or character.

he planned to conquer the world as a roving reporter in the mold of his hero

a frame or template for producing moldings.

Mantels made of plaster offer a very smooth finish and, because they are poured in molds , a level of intricate detail not usually achieved by wood carving.

a furry growth of minute fungal hyphae occurring typically in moist warm conditions, especially on food or other organic matter.

And, under the microscope, that food just became mold , fungi, and yeast fairly quickly.

a hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material (such as wax or metal) when it cools and hardens.

Casting is a process by which a liquid or molten material is shaped by pouring into a mould that contains the negative impression of a desired model.

form (an object with a particular shape) out of easily manipulated material.

a Connecticut inventor molded a catamaran out of polystyrene foam


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Example Of mold

  • A life food diet excludes cooked food and starch because they cause mold , fungi, and yeast to form in the body.

  • And, one of the most critical new issues in buildings, it resists the growth of mold and mildew.

  • And, under the microscope, that food just became mold , fungi, and yeast fairly quickly.

  • ‘I will put material into the mold and cast it into the same shape as their gesture,’ Jong said.

  • Calcium propionate is added to foods to inhibit mold growth.


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