The act of assembling a group or structure. (noun)
A rock or face of a mountain. (noun)
A grouping of military units or smaller formations under a command, such as a brigade, division, wing, etc. (noun)
An arrangement of moving troops, ships, or aircraft, such as a wedge, line abreast, or echelon. Often "in formation". (noun)
The process of influencing or guiding a person to a deeper understanding of a particular vocation. (noun)
Examples of word formation
Another way of attacking two-seater machines that we use in formation is for three men to go out to try to get at a machine.
Daniel: "Mineral crystals and their formation is a self-assembled process that is dependent on physical and chemical structural information."
Mineral crystals and their formation is a self-assembled process that is dependent on physical and chemical structural information.
â€œIt all went into slow motion, and I felt like the missile and I were kind of flying in formation for a while,â€ he recalls.
If Obama, Axelrod and Plouffe can do the job of getting this message to stick (by getting their soldiers in formation and marching with it through the weekend talk circuit and not screwing it up) it just might have a chance to do some damage to the ever stalling right.