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Mold vs. mould: What’s the difference?







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Description: Then, the meaning of the word will depend on the function it performs in a sentence.

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    Mold can also mean a container that shapes molten liquid as it solidifies, like in these sentences: The machine poured the iron into a mold, to form its final shape. We need a new mold for the redesigned parts. The shop bends flat glass by placing it on a mold — the company has 4,000 shapes — and.
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    The Canadian spelling of mold is ‘mould’. This is because the word is derived from the Old English word ‘mold’, which means ‘dirt, earth, or clay’. The spelling was changed in British English when the word was first brought over to Canada, and has since been adopted as the standard spelling in Canada.
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    Mold = form. The noun mold often references a frame, template, structure, or prototype. For instance, a mold might be a hollow container that accepts liquid materials to form a solid when cooled (such as metal, plastics, baked goods, and gelatin) . Likewise, a mold can be a certain type of style, character, or manner.
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    Mold (or mould) can be used as a noun and a verb. As a noun, it can mean either a fungal organic matter that grows in damp or humid conditions or a container that shapes a molten liquid as it solidifies. For example: After forgetting the towels in the washer, they had begun to grow mold.
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    To form (something) out of a fluid or plastic material: molded a cup out of clay. b. To form into a particular shape; give shape to: molded the clay into a ball. c. To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence: a teacher who helps to mold the minds of his students.
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