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  1. figure

    • IPA[ˈfiɡyər]

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    • n.
      a number, especially one which forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performance of a company;a numerical symbol, especially any of the ten in Arabic notation
    • v.
      be a significant and noticeable part of something;(of a person) play a significant role in a situation or event
    • noun: figure, plural noun: figures

    • verb: figure, 3rd person present: figures, gerund or present participle: figuring, past tense: figured, past participle: figured

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a number, especially one which forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performance of a company:

      official census figures

      a figure of 30,000 deaths annually from snakebite

    • 2. a numerical symbol, especially any of the ten in Arabic notation:

      the figure 7

    • 3. one of a specified number of digits making up a larger number, used to give a rough idea of the order of magnitude:

      their market price runs into five figures

      a six-figure salary

    • 4. an amount of money:

      a figure of two thousand dollars

    • 5. arithmetical calculations:

      she has no head for figures

    • 6. a person's bodily shape, especially that of a woman and when considered to be attractive:

      she had always been so proud of her figure

    • 7. a person seen indistinctly, especially at a distance:

      a backpacked figure appeared in the distance

    • 8. a representation of a human or animal form in drawing or sculpture:

      starkly painted figures

    • 9. a person of a particular kind, especially one who is important or distinctive in some way:

      Williams became something of a cult figure

    • 10. a shape which is defined by one or more lines in two dimensions (such as a circle or a triangle), or one or more surfaces in three dimensions (such as a sphere or a cuboid), either considered mathematically in geometry or used as a decorative design:

      a red ground with white and blue geometric figures

    • 11. a diagram or illustrative drawing, especially in a book or magazine:

      figure 1 shows an ignition circuit

    • 12. (in skating) a movement or series of movements following a prescribed pattern and often beginning and ending at the same point.
    • 13. a pattern formed by the movements of a group of people, for example in square dancing or synchronized swimming, as part of a longer dance or display.
    • 14. the external form or shape of something.
    • 15. a short succession of notes producing a single impression.
    • 16. the form of a syllogism, classified according to the position of the middle term.
    • v.
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    • 1. be a significant and noticeable part of something:

      the issue of nuclear policy figured prominently in the talks

    • 2. (of a person) play a significant role in a situation or event:

      he figured largely in opposition to the bill

    • 3. (of a fictional character) play a part in a novel, play, or movie:

      the four characters who figure in Ridley's play

    • 4. calculate or work out (an amount or value) arithmetically:

      my accountant figured my tax wrong

    • 5. think, consider, or expect to be the case:

      for years, teachers had figured him for a dullard

      I figure that wearing a suit makes you look like a bank clerk

    • 6. (of a recent event or newly discovered fact) be logical and unsurprising:

      well, she supposed that figured

    • 7. represent (something) in a diagram or picture:

      varieties of this Cape genus are figured from drawings made there

    • 8. embellish (something) with a design or pattern:

      the 11th-century silken dalmatic is figured with double-headed griffins

      a clock with a figured mahogany case

    • n.
      a type of ice skate having a long, narrow blade with a serrated edge at the front, used in figure skating:
    • he began skating when his wife gave him a pair of figure skates as a birthday present
    • v.
      engage in figure skating as a sport or pastime:
    • in my spare time I figure-skate at Rockefeller Center several hours a week

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    • n.
      a type of ice skate having a long, narrow blade with a serrated edge at the front, used in figure skating:
    • he began skating when his wife gave him a pair of figure skates as a birthday present
    • v.
      engage in figure skating as a sport or pastime:
    • celebrities and their professional partners figure-skate in front of a panel of judges

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    • n. a type of ancient Greek pottery, originating in Athens in the late 6th century bc, in which figures are outlined and details added in black, and the background is then filled in with black to leave the figures in the red colour of the clay:

    • a red-figure vase

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    • ph. count or rely on something happening or being the case in the future

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    • plural a number or amount, especially a percentage, between 10 and 99:

    • inflation was in double figures

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    • n. a writer, musician, artist, or other public figure who is greatly admired by a relatively small audience or is influential despite limited commercial success:

    • at the time he was pretty much a cult figure, known only to a handful of art-movie buffs

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    • adj. relating to or denoting the perception of images by the distinction of objects from a background from which they appear to stand out, especially in contexts where this distinction is ambiguous:

    • the figure-ground phenomenon

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    • n. a doll representing a character known for vigorous activity, such as a soldier or superhero.

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    • IPA[ˈfɪɡə]

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    • n.
      a number, especially one which forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performance of a company:
    • the trade figures

      by 1998, this figure had risen to 14 million

    • v.
      have a significant part or role in a situation or process:
    • the issue of nuclear policy figured prominently in the talks

      human rights do not figure high on their agenda

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    • figure ?

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    • towering figure...??

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