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Oxford dictionary definition of the word formula:
1 (plural formulas or formulae /-liː/) a mathematical relationship or rule expressed in symbols:
the formula for the capacitance of a spherical capacitor
(also chemical formula) a set of chemical symbols showing the elements present in a compound and their relative proportions.
2 (plural formulas) a method or procedure for achieving something:
the forlorn hope of finding a peace formula
a list of ingredients with which something is made:
a blend of fifteen whiskies compiled to a secret formula
an original coal tar formula that helps prevent dandruff
[mass noun] (also formula milk) a baby’s liquid food based on cow’s milk or soya protein, given as a substitute for breast milk:
she put two bottles of formula in the fridge
3 (plural formulas) a set form of words, especially one used in particular contexts or as a conventional usage:
polite formulas and stock phrases
a legal formula
a rule or style followed mechanically:
one of those formula tunes
a stock epithet, phrase, or line repeated for various effects, especially in epic poetry.
4(usually followed by a numeral) a classification of racing car, especially by the engine capacity:
early 17th century (in the sense ‘fixed form of words’): from Latin, diminutive of forma ‘shape, mould’