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Bad shape

If something"s in bad shape, it"s in bad condition. If a person"s in bad shape, they are unfit or unhealthy.

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bent out of shape

needlessly worried about something.

Go pear-shaped

If things have gone wrong, they have gone pear-shaped.

Gone pear-shaped

(UK) If things have gone pear-shaped they have either gone wrong or produced an unexpected & unwanted result.

Good shape

If something"s in good shape, it"s in good condition. If a person"s in good shape, they are fit và healthy.

in any way, shape or form

in any way, at all, in the least Winning the award didn"t affect her in any way, shape or form. She hasn"t changed at all.

in bad shape

not feeling well, out of it The day after the tiệc nhỏ I was in bad shape. How my head ached!

in good shape

Idiom(s): in good shape and in good conditionTheme: FUNCTIONINGphysically và functionally sound and sturdy.• This car isn"t in good shape. I"d like to have one that"s in better condition.• Mary is in good condition. She works hard to keep healthy.• You have to make an effort lớn get into good shape.

in poor shape|poor shape|shape

adv. Phr. In a bad condition. Most of the streets of Chicago are in poor shape due khổng lồ the heavy snow and frost during the winters.

in shape

Idiom(s): in condition & in shape
Theme: HEALTH - FIT in good health; strong và healthy. (Used only with people.)• Bob exercises frequently, so he"s in condition.• If I were in shape, I could run faster & farther.• I"m not healthy. I have khổng lồ try lớn get into shape.

in shape|condition|in condition|shape

adj. Phr. In good condition; able lớn perform well. The football team will he in shape for the first trò chơi of the season. Mary was putting her French in shape for the lest. Compare: IN PRACTICE. Antonym: OUT OF SHAPE.

keep in good shape

care for your body, be fit, keep fit You keep your toàn thân in good shape. You look fit.

lick into shape

lick into shape
Also, whip into shape. Bring into satisfactory condition or appearance, as in The garden looks neglected, but Dad will soon lick it into shape, or We need at least three more practices before the team is whipped into shape. The expression using lick, which some think alludes lớn how bears treat their cubs, dates from about 1600. The variant alludes to the forceful use of a whip khổng lồ accomplish something.

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lick into shape|lick|shape

v. Phr. Khổng lồ make perfect; drill; train. The sergeant licked the new volunteer army into shape in three months.

lick sth into shape

Idiom(s): lick something into shape & whip something into shapeTheme: PREPARATIONto put something into good condition. (Informal.)• I have khổng lồ lick this report into shape this morning.• Let"s all lend a hand and whip this house into shape. It"s a mess.

out of shape

1.not looking the same;changed不成形;走样The box was crushed out of shape.箱子已被压得歪歪斜斜了。The front wheel of the bicycle was out of shape;and several spokes were broken.自行车前轮变形了,还断了好几根钢条。2.not able to lớn perform well竞技状态不好He is out of shape,that"s why he can"t play as well as he used to.他竞技状态不佳,所以打得不如从前那么好了。3.not in good condition身体不佳;生病I get tired easily;I must be out of shape.我动不动就感到疲倦,一定是病了。She went to lớn school as usual though she had been out of shape for several days.尽管身体不舒服已好几天了,她还是照常上学。

out of shape/condition

1.not looking the same;changed不成形;走样The box was crushed out of shape.箱子已被压得歪歪斜斜了。The front wheel of the bicycle was out of shape;and several spokes were broken.自行车前轮变形了,还断了好几根钢条。2.not able to perform well竞技状态不好He is out of shape,that"s why he can"t play as well as he used to.他竞技状态不佳,所以打得不如从前那么好了。3.not in good condition身体不佳;生病I get tired easily;I must be out of shape.我动不动就感到疲倦,一定是病了。She went to school as usual though she had been out of shape for several days.尽管身体不舒服已好几天了,她还是照常上学。

out of shape|condition|out|out of condition|shape

adj. Phr. 1. Not in good condition; not able to lớn perform well. Father was out of shape when he took a long hike with the boys, and he was stiff và sore the next day. Jack"s pitching arm got out of condition during the winter, when he wasn"t using it. Compare: OUT OF PRACTICE. 2. Not look the same; changed. Someone sat on father"s new hat & mashed it. It is now out of shape. Antonym: IN SHAPE.

shape

shape
In addition to lớn the idiom beginning with shape, also see bent out of shape; in condition; lick into shape; take shape.

shape sb up

Idiom(s): shape sb upTheme: PHYSICAL - IMPROVEMENT to get someone into good physical shape.• I"ve got lớn shape myself up to lớn improve my health.• The trainer was told that he"d have lớn shape up the boxer before the fight.

shape up

begin to lớn act and look right He has finally begun to lớn shape up & is doing his job much better.

shape up or ship out

improve your work or go away, if you can"t cut it... """Soldiers must obey orders,"" the officer said. ""You will learn to shape up or ship out."""

shape up or ship out|shape|shape up|shape up, or s

v. Phr., informal lớn either improve one"s disposition or behavior, or quit or leave. When Paul neglected to lớn carry out his part of the research work that Professor Brown had assigned him with for the fifth time, the professor cried, "Shape up, or ship out, Paul. I have lost my patience with you!"

shape up|shape

v. Phr., informal 1. Lớn begin to lớn act or work right; get along satisfactorily. If the new boy doesn"t begin lớn shape up soon, he"ll have khổng lồ leave school. "How is the building of the new thể hình coming along?" "Fine. It"s shaping up very well." 2. To lớn show promise. Plans for our picnic are shaping up very well.

shipshape

adj. In perfect condition; in good order. After we left the islands, we left the rented car shipshape for the next driver.

Shipshape & Bristol fashion

If things are shipshape and Bristol fashion, they are in perfect working order.

take shape

take shape
Also, shape up. Turn out, develop, acquire a distinctive form, as in Her reelection chiến dịch is already taking shape, two years before the election, or Can you tell us how the book is shaping up? The first term dates from the mid-1700s và the variant, originally put as shape out, from about 1600.

take shape|shape|take

v. Phr. Lớn grow or develop into a certain fixed form. Plans for our vacation are beginning lớn take shape. Their new home took shape as the weeks went by. Compare: SHAPE UP.

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whip sth into shape

Idiom(s): lick something into shape and whip something into shapeTheme: PREPARATIONto put something into good condition. (Informal.)• I have to lớn lick this report into shape this morning.• Let"s all lend a hand and whip this house into shape. It"s a mess.

whip you into shape

help you become fit, improve your fitness These aerobic exercises will whip you into shape.

get (someone or something) into shape

To return someone or something into acceptable condition or behavior, especially through direct, efficient, và practical means. The president won the election on his promise to lớn get the economy into shape by overhauling outdated or inefficient legislation. What he really needs is a mentor who will get him into shape.Learn more: get, shape

get in(to) shape

To work lớn have good, robust health; to become strong or fit. Boy, I really need khổng lồ get into shape. Ten years working behind a desk has given me quite a belly! Wow, Jim has really gotten in shape lately.Learn more: get, shape

get into shape (or get someone into shape)

become (or make someone) physically fitter by exercise.Learn more: get, shape

get (yourself) (back) into ˈshape

take exercise, etc. To lớn become fit & healthy (again): After she had the baby, she started swimming every day, to lớn get back into shape.Learn more: get, shape

get/knock/lick somebody/something into ˈshape

make somebody/something more acceptable or organized; improve somebody/something: vì you think you can lick this company into shape?Learn more: get, knock, lick, shape, somebody, somethingLearn more: