mould

(transitive verb) to try to change or influence someone
力圖改變;對…施加影響

He kept trying to mould me into something he wanted me to be.
他總是想把我塑造成他希望的樣子。

(transitive verb) to make a soft substance have a particular shape
用模具製作;塑造;使成形

This plastic is going to be moulded into plates.
這裡的塑膠將被製成碟子。
The children moulded little pots out of/from (= made them by shaping) clay.
孩子用黏土製作小罐。

[ intransitive verb, usually + adv/prep ] to fit the body very closely
緊貼身體

She was wearing an extremely tight costume that moulded to/round the contours of her body.
她身穿一套非常緊身的服裝,身體的線條顯露無遺。

Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english-chinese-traditional/mould

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