English - Etymology
English - Adjective
- Being in accord with established forms.
- Relating to the form or structure of something.
- Relating to formation.
- Proper, according to strict etiquette; not casual.
- Organized; well-structured and planned.
- (mathematics) Relating to mere manipulation and construction of strings of symbols, without regard to their meaning.
English - Noun
Catalan - Adjective
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German - Etymology
Form + -al
German - Pronunciation
- IPA(key): /fɔʁˈmaːl/
German - Adjective
Not to be confused with formell. The adjectives formell and informell express the presence or absence of ceremonies: ein informelles Treffen is a meeting in a near-private context. The adjective formal stresses the outward appearance (pro forma) as opposed to the content or the spirit.