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take form

To develop over time. By the end of the meeting, our plan for the new project had begun to take form. An idea was taking form in her mind as to how she might remain in her father's will.
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take ˈform

(formal) gradually form into a particular shape; gradually develop: In her body a new life was taking form.
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