|take out of mold||unmold|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|able to be molded, able to have shape permanently changed, adapting easily, adapting to conditions, artificial, credit cards, flexible, pliant; made of plastic, group of polymer substances, material derived from petroleum that is easily shaped and mold...||plastic|
|animal disease caused by a mold fungus from the Aspergillus family, severe fungal infection||aspergillosis|
|antibiotic agent extracted from mold, type of antibiotic medication, antibiotic derived from mold||penicillin|
|any of various fungi that are similar to algae (i.e. mold and mildew), fungus||phycomycete|
|array of mathematical elements, bed or surround of material, environment in which something develops; formative tissue; form, mold; rectangular array of numerals; soft rock in which harder rocks are embedded; cartilage; (Internet) supersystem that incl...||matrix|
|axle on machine or power tool, reinforcing part of mold, shady place, supporting piece, tree; vine-covered lattice||arbor|
|be sculptor, carve or model material, change shape of something naturally, create three-dimensional artwork using any of several techniques (carving, modeling, welding, etc.); form, mold, make sculpture||sculpt|
|blade of a bulldozer or snowplow, blade of a plow, curved metal blade on the front of a plow which loosens the earth (Agriculture); one side of a concrete mold||moldboard|
|bleu cheese, cheese with blue mold||blue cheese|
|bluish green mold, green mold growing on old bread or cheese or fruit||penicillium|
|board for leveling off excess material, strike, tool for shaping mold surface, use strickle on something||strickle|
|cask, container for spent nuclear fuel, half a bottle of rum, mold used in foundry, powder horn, round glass bottle with a long narrow neck (used in laboratory experiments); small glass or metal bottle with a screw-on lid; box, container (used in casti...||flask|
|cast from mold, cast metal or glass, discovered, establish, institute, create, build; melt and pour into a mold (i.e. metal), find, find (Past participle of), provide with basis, set up institution||found|
|casting made using sand mold||sand casting|
|cease living; be extinguished; stop; desire, long for, pine for, dado, die as stated, mold, numbered cube used in games, part of pedestal, small six-sided cube used in games of chance; engraved stamp used in coining money, stamping or pressing tool, st...||die|
|choice of performers, making of objects using molds, object made with mold, selection process for performers, something thrown, throw of fishing line, throwing; act of casting in a mold, shaping; act of choosing actors for a movie or play||casting|
|come in large quantities, express feeling, flow in large quantities, give large amount of, heavy rain; heavy continuous flow; act of pouring; cocktail party (Slang), let flow, make flow; spill; cast, mold; rain heavily, make something flow, serve drink||pour|
|condition of something, design; mold; form; direct; be formed, be molded, form; model; image; condition; fitness; mold, general character of something, geometric form, ghost, give something particular shape, health, influence something greatly, origina...||shape|
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