Definitions for morphmɔrf

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. morph(verb)

    cause to change shape in a computer animation

    "The computer programmer morphed the image"

  2. morph(verb)

    change shape as via computer animation

    "In the video, Michael Jackson morphed into a panther"

GCIDE

  1. morph(n.)

    A sequence of phonemes, often a word fragment, which constitutes the minimum unit of meaning or syntax within a given word. A morph may be one of several variants of a morpheme, depending for its individal form on the context in which it occurs. Thus the morphs -s and -es are variants of the morpheme by which the plural form of an English noun is expressed.

  2. morph(v. i. & t.)

    To transform smoothly in imperceptible steps from one image to another, on a computer screen.

Wiktionary

  1. morph(Noun)

    A physical form representing some morpheme in language. It is a recurrent distinctive sound or sequence sounds.

  2. morph(Noun)

    An allomorph: one of a set of realizations that a morpheme can have in different contexts.

  3. morph

    Local variety of a species, distinguishable from other populations of the species by morphology or behaviour.

  4. morph

    A computer-generated gradual change from one image to another.

  5. morph(Verb)

    To change shape, from one form to another, through computer animation.

  6. morph(Verb)

    To undergo dramatic change in a seamless and barely noticeable fashion.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Matthew Harrigan:

    You never know with these deals, this could morph into something different by( Tuesday) morning.

  2. Kevin Madden:

    It may look like it is an transparency issue right now, but the bigger problem for the Clinton campaign is that this is going to morph into a character issue for Hillary Clinton.

  3. Andre Agassi:

    Can you ever say that the pillars of the sport will morph into this? That's a stretch as we are a sport of great tradition, this needs to be a supplement to it in my opinion. It's a great release for the players and an opportunity to communicate their personalities more.

  4. David Fyfe:

    There is no shortage of geopolitical risk among producers but at the moment that is providing a floor to prices because otherwise the market is very well supplied, you morph from premium in times of tightness in the market to a concept of risk floor and that is clearly where we are at the moment.

  5. Jim Webb:

    Unfortunately I think you’re seeing it from both sides, which is why I mentioned the situation with Donald Trump with respect to Mexican Americans, flying the Confederate battle flag in public places, morph(ed) into something much different. …When are we going to talk about jobs? When are we going to talk about education?

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