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Translation of "figure" - English-Turkish dictionary

figure

noun [C]     /ˈfɪɡər/
SYMBOL
B1 a symbol for a number sayı, rakam Write down the amount in words and figures. He's now being paid a six-figure salary.Numbers generally
single/double, etc figures
numbers from 0 to 9/numbers from 10 to 99, etc tekli/çiftli sayılar, iki haneli sayılar/rakamlar Numbers generally
AMOUNT
B1 a number that expresses an amount, especially in official documents miktar, sayı, rakam Government figures show a rise in unemployment.Numbers generally
TYPE OF PERSON
B2 a particular type of person, often someone important or famous bilhassa önemli/meşhur kişi/şahsiyet a mysterious figure Lincoln was a major figure in American politics.Important people and describing important peopleFamous peopleWealthy peopleFame and famous
PERSON
B2 a person that you cannot see clearly karaltı, insan figürü I could see two figures in the distance.The body
BODY SHAPE
B1 the shape of someone's body, usually an attractive shape insan bedeni, çekici insan vücudu, boy pos, endam She's got a good figure for her age.The body
PICTURE ( written abbreviation fig.)
a picture or drawing in a book or document, usually with a number kitap veya belgelerde sayılarla gösterilen resim ve çizimler, resim, şekil, desen Look at the graph shown in Figure 2. →  See also father figure PicturesTables, graphs and diagrams
(Definition of figure noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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