What is difference between mould and mold?

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  • Dimo
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    About 3,000 miles. Mould is British English, mold is American English.

    Same as neighbour and neighbor, labour and labor, etc..

  • VP
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    They are two ways to spell the same word (in the US).

  • 4 weeks ago

       Hi. As an American with decent English skills for the past 35+ years :

       Mould is an action, as in to mould You into a skilled craftsmen while You're an Apprentice.

       Mold is a kind of organic material, like in "Mold & mildew" that grows under specific conditions, or is a piece of equipment that people use to create statues or figurines with, among other things (They can also be used for molten metals to create certain items).

       The second term is often misused as the first term by people doing creative writing, or in everyday speech or letters.

                G'Luck!!!

  • 4 weeks ago

    Both the spelling are right it depending on place if you are staying in England people write mould whereas the people of United States write the spell mold so both the spell is right

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