Mould

A fungus which grows as hyphae interwoven into an extensive mycelium, with aerial hyphae and conidiospores usually on decaying matter of on plant surfaces.

mould

  1. loose soil rich in organic matter
  2. a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter
  3. sculpture produced by molding
  4. container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens

Mould

A template of the shape of the hull in transverse section. Several moulds are used to form a temporary framework around which a hull is built.
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Mould

• (n.) Cast; form; shape; character. • (v. t.) To form into a particular shape; to shape; to model; to fashion. • (v. i.) To become moldy; to be covered or filled, in whole or in part, with a mold. • (v. t.) To knead; as, to mold dough or bread. • (n.) That on which, or in accordance with which, anything is modeled or forme...
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mould

<microbiology> A filamentous fungus. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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mould

(mōld) mold.
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mould

clay sculpture noun sculpture produced by molding
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Mould

Mould (mōld), Mould'er Mould'y etc. See Mold , Molder , Moldy , etc.
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mould

A fungal growth on timber or other wood products at or near the surface and, therefore, not typically resulting in deep discoloration. Mould is usually ash green to deep green, although black and yellow are also common. See also Mildew
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mould

A mould is a reversed impression of a sculpture which is used to cast replica sculptures. The material used to construct the mould needs to accurately reproduce the surface detail of the original sculpture, while also being strong enough to keep its shape during casting and resilient enough to retain detail after multiple castings.
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mould

A mould is a reversed impression of a sculpture which is used to cast replica sculptures. The material used to construct the mould needs to accurately reproduce the surface detail of the original sculpture, whilst also being strong enough to keep its shape during casting and resilient enough to retain detail after multiple castings.
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Mould

A template of the shape of the hull in transverse section. Several moulds are used to form a temporary framework around which a hull is built.
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Mould

Also known as a tool, a mould is a block (usually steel or aluminium) that is carefully eroded on one side to leave the shape of the kit sprue. A mould usually comprises two halves which are brought together during the injection moulding process and then taken apart to leave the finished sprue. During the process, hot plastic is poured into the mou...
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mould

Furlike growth caused by any of a group of fungi (see fungus) living on foodstuffs and other organic matter; a few are parasitic on plants, animals, or each other. Many moulds are of medical or industrial importance; for example, the antibiotic penicillin comes from a type of mould
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Mould

Here used to refer to a surface fungal growth, not harmful to structure, but unsightly, and often with an unpleasant smell. Moulds can cause breathing difficulties in susceptible people. They generally grow in spaces which are not properly ventilated.
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Mould

hollow (or negative) container used in casting to shape material allowed to harden in it. A typical mould is made of Plaster of Paris: A waste mould can only be used once because it is detroyed when removing the cast. Piece moulds may be reused. See also Casting, Foundry
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mould

Type: Term Pronunciation: mōld Synonyms: mold
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