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  • true to form — true to form/type/ phrase used for saying that someone is doing exactly what you expected because this is what they usually do True to form, Tony asked to borrow some more money. Thesaurus: words used to describe someone s personalityhyponym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • true to form — true to form/type if someone does something true to form, they behave in the bad way that you would expect them to. True to form, she turned up an hour later than we d arranged …   New idioms dictionary

  • true to form — ► true to form (or type) being or behaving as expected. Main Entry: ↑true …   English terms dictionary

  • True to Form — Infobox Single | Name = True To Form Artist = Hybrid Released = 8th September 2003. 23th February, 2005 (Digital Release). Recorded = UK Genre = Nu skool breaks, Progressive trance Label = Distinct ive Breaks Producer = Hybrid from Album =… …   Wikipedia

  • true to form — as can be expected. True to form, he tried to get out of helping wash the dishes …   New idioms dictionary

  • true to form — Synonyms and related words: appropriate, characteristic, distinctive, distinguished, distinguishing, exemplary, idiocratic, idiosyncratic, in character, intrinsic, marked, natural, naturalistic, normal, peculiar, proper, quintessential, realistic …   Moby Thesaurus

  • true to form — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. usual, customary, as expected; see conventional 1 , regular 3 …   English dictionary for students

  • true to form (or type) — being or behaving as expected. → true …   English new terms dictionary

  • run true to form — {v. phr.} To follow a usual way; act as expected; agree with how a person usually acts. * /The little boy s actions ran true to form. He bothered his mother until she gave him his way./ Compare: PAR FOR THE COURSE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • run true to form — {v. phr.} To follow a usual way; act as expected; agree with how a person usually acts. * /The little boy s actions ran true to form. He bothered his mother until she gave him his way./ Compare: PAR FOR THE COURSE …   Dictionary of American idioms

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