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figures
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
figure /'figə/
  • danh từ
    • hình dáng
      • to keep one's figure: giữ được dáng người thon
    • (toán học) hình
    • hình ảnh, hình vẽ minh hoạ ((viết tắt) fig); vật tượng trưng, vật điển hình, vật giống
    • nhân vật
      • a person of figure: nhân vật nổi tiếng
      • an important figure: nhân vật quan trọng
    • sơ đồ
    • lá số tử vi
      • to cast a figure: lấy số tử vi
    • con số
      • double figures: những số gồm hai con số
    • (số nhiều) số học; sự tính toán bằng con số
      • to have a poor head for figures: rất dốt số học, rất dốt tính
    • số tiền
      • to get something at a low figure: mua cái gì rẻ
      • to get something at a high figure: mua cái gì đắt
    • (ngôn ngữ học) hình thái tu từ
    • (triết học) giả thiết
    • (âm nhạc) hình nhịp điệu
    • hình múa (trong điệu nhảy, trượt băng...)
    • a figure of fan
      • người lố lăng
    • to make (cut) a brilliant figure
      • gây cảm tưởng rất tốt; chói lọi
    • to make (cut) a poor figure
      • gây cảm tưởng xoàng
  • ngoại động từ
    • hình dung, miêu tả (bằng sơ đồ, bằng nét vẽ); mường tượng, tưởng tượng
      • to figure something to oneself: tưởng tượng ra điều gì
    • tưởng tượng, làm điển hình cho
    • trang trí hình vẽ
    • đánh số, ghi giá
    • nội động từ
      • tính toán
        • to figure out at 45d: tính ra là 45 đồng
      • có tên tuổi, có vai vế
        • Nguyen Van Troi figures in history: Nguyễn Văn Trỗi nay có tên trong lịch sử
      • làm tính
      • to figure as
        • được coi như là; đóng vai trò của
      • to figure on
        • trông đợi ở (cái gì)
      • tính toán
      • to figure out
        • tính toán
      • hiểu, quan niệm
      • đoán, tìm hiểu, luận ra
      • to figure up
        • tổng cộng, tính số lượng (cái gì)
      • I figure it like this
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) theo tôi hiểu điều đó là như thế này
    Concise Dictionary
    figures|figured|figuring'fɪgjər /'fɪgə
    noun
    +a diagram or picture illustrating textual material
    +alternative names for the body of a human being
    +one of the elements that collectively form a system of numeration
    +a model of a bodily form (especially of a person)
    +a well-known or notable person
    +a combination of points and lines and planes that form a visible palpable shape
    +an amount of money expressed numerically
    +the impression produced by a person
    +the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals
    +language used in a figurative or nonliteral sense
    +a unitary percept having structure and coherence that is the object of attention and that stands out against a ground
    +a decorative or artistic work
    +a predetermined set of movements in dancing or skating
    verb
    +judge to be probable
    +be or play a part of or in
    +imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
    +make a mathematical calculation or computation
    +understand

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 physique, build, shape, form, configuration, conformation, build, body, outline, silhouette; cut, cast; Slang bod, chassis:
    It's exercise that gives Kathy such a fine figure.
    2 appearance, image, likeness, representation, semblance:
    The vision came to him in the figure of a dragon.
    3 person, individual, human (being):
    A burly figure loomed up out of the fog.
    4 statue, effigy, sculpture, bust, mould, cast, image, representation, idol, icon:
    Hundreds of figures are carved into the stone of the temple façade.
    5 picture, illustration, diagram, drawing, sketch, plate:
    See Figure 12 for a graph showing the rate of inflation for the past decade.
    6 personality, celebrity, somebody, leader, personage, worthy, notable, individual, presence, force, character:
    Chaplin looms large as a figure in the history of comedy.
    7 number, numeral, cipher, digit; character, symbol, device, sign; design, pattern, motif, emblem:
    His salary is in six figures.
    v.
    8 Often, figure up. calculate, compute, reckon, work out; count, enumerate, numerate, total, tot up, tally, sum:
    Please figure up how much I owe you.
    9 picture, imagine, think, take, reckon, consider, calculate, judge, believe; assume, presume, suppose; accept, acknowledge, concede:
    I never figured her to be the guilty one.
    10 act, participate, take or play a part or role, appear, feature, have a place; be included or mentioned, be featured or conspicuous:
    He does not figure in my plans.
    11 figure on or upon.
    (a) rely or depend on or upon, count on or upon, trust in, put faith in:
    You mustn't figure on his help.
    (b) plan on or upon, take into consideration or account, consider, make allowance for:
    They were figuring on consumer demand for a better mousetrap.
    12 figure out.
    (a) calculate, reckon, compute, work out:
    I haven't yet figured out last year's profits and losses.
    (b) decipher, translate, understand, interpret, solve, grasp, get, fathom, see, perceive, Colloq dig, make head(s) or tail(s) of, get through one's head, get the hang or drift of, catch on (to), get a fix on, Brit twig, suss out:
    Can you figure out what this article is trying to say?


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