from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of morph.
- n. The smooth transformation of one image into another using digital tweening.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The smooth transformation of one shape or image into another, displayed on the computer screen as a series of images that appear to be continuous, as if in a movie.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I was intrigued when I saw the use of the term "literacy" and multiple categories, as I have been watching the term morphing from its original meaning "literate" meaning "one who knows the letters" i.e. one who can read write and make meaning of text to a new meaning which in broad term means fluent, competent, able to interpret.
“Why wouldn’t it be?” he said, his expression morphing into bemusement.
Nothing ever goes smoothly for the Little Einsteins, despite the fact that they have at their disposal Rocket, an artificially intelligent futuristic vehicle capable of morphing from a spaceship to a submarine to a mechanical jungle animal or whatever else the situation calls for.
As commentators point out that the U.S. seems to be morphing from a can-do into a can t-do nation, don
As commentators point out that the U.S. seems to be morphing from a can-do into a can't-do nation, don't imagine the American spirit is dead.
On the bed a lump of covers, some pillows, and pile of clothes begin morphing into a sleeping figure –
This project is morphing from a simple $16. 7M conversion of a building into two buildings with a combined total of $80M+.
Stormwatch and The Authority, the first title morphing into the latter in the end days of the 20th century.
The intensity diminished after Game 2, his expression morphing into one of relief and sheer luck.
heh, heh, I love the terms morphing monster and steady eddie.
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