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ˈfɪɡə Listen
  • a number, especially one which forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performance of a company.
    E.g. the trade figures
  • a person's bodily shape, especially that of a woman and when considered to be attractive.
    E.g. she had always been so proud of her figure
  • a person of a particular kind, especially one who is important or distinctive in some way.
    E.g. Williams became something of a cult figure
  • 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.
    E.g. a red ground with white and blue geometrical figures
  • a short succession of notes producing a single impression; a brief melodic or rhythmic formula out of which longer passages are developed.
  • the form of a syllogism, classified according to the position of the middle term.
  • have a significant part or role in a situation or process.
    E.g. the issue of nuclear policy figured prominently in the talks
  • think, consider, or expect to be the case.
    E.g. I figured that I didn't have much of a chance
  • calculate or work out (an amount or value) arithmetically.
    E.g. my accountant figured my tax wrong
  • represent in a diagram or picture.
    E.g. varieties of this Cape genus are figured from drawings made there

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