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  • 描绘;
  • 人物;
  • 数字;
  • 图形
1. They had almost reached the boat when a figure shot past them.


2. Alistair saw the dim figure of Rose in the chair.


3. I don't have to be a detective to figure that out.


4. This figure has long been held to possess miraculous power.


5. She retains her slim figure and is free of wrinkles.


1. N-COUNT 数字;(尤指)统计数字 A figure is a particular amount expressed as a number, especially a statistic. 
  • It would be very nice if we had a true figure of how many people in this country haven't got a job...


  • It will not be long before the inflation figure starts to fall...


  • New Government figures predict that one in two marriages will end in divorce.


2. N-COUNT (0 到 9 的)数字符号,数目字 A figure is any of the ten written symbols from 0 to 9 that are used to represent a number. 
3. N-PLURAL 位数 An amount or number that is in single figures is between zero and nine. An amount or number that is in double figures is between ten and ninety-nine. You can also say, for example, that an amount or number is in three figures when it is between one hundred and nine hundred and ninety-nine. 
  • Inflation, which has usually been in single figures, is running at more than 12%...

    通常保持在个位数的通货膨胀率现在已超过了 12%。

  • Crawley, with 14, was the only other player to reach double figures...

    克劳利拿到 14 分,是仅有的另外一个得分达两位数的球员。

  • The thermometer nudged three figures yesterday in Rome.


4. N-COUNT 人影;身影 You refer to someone that you can see as a figure when you cannot see them clearly or when you are describing them. 
  • Alistair saw the dim figure of Rose in the chair...


  • She waited, standing on the bridge, until his figure vanished against the grey backdrop of the Palace...


  • A figure in a blue dress appeared in the doorway.


5. N-COUNT (绘画作品中的)人物;雕像;塑像 In art, a figure is a person in a drawing or a painting, or a statue of a person. 
  • ...a life-size bronze figure of a brooding, hooded woman.


6. N-COUNT 体形;身材 Your figure is the shape of your body. 
  • Take pride in your health and your figure...


  • Janet was a natural blonde with a good figure.


7. N-COUNT 知名人士;重要人物 Someone who is referred to as a figure of a particular kind is a person who is well-known and important in some way. 
  • The movement is supported by key figures in the three main political parties.


8. N-COUNT (某种)人物,形象 If you say that someone is, for example, a mother figure or a hero figure, you mean that other people regard them as the type of person stated or suggested. 
  • Sometimes young lads just need to turn to a mother figure for a bit of a chat and reassurance.


  • Daniel Boone, the great hero figure of the frontier...


  • Local police chiefs should re-emerge as figures of authority and reassurance in their areas.


9. N-COUNT (书、杂志等中的)图,表 In books and magazines, the diagrams which help to show or explain information are referred to as figures
  • If you look at a world map (see Figure 1) you can identify the major wine-producing regions...


  • Figure 1.15 shows which provinces lost populations between 1910 and 1920.

    表 1.15 显示出哪些省份在 1910 至 1920 年间人口减少了。

10. N-COUNT (尤指规则的几何)图形 In geometry, a figure is a shape, especially a regular shape. 
  • Draw a pentagon, a regular five-sided figure.


11. VERB 认为;猜想;估计 If you figure that something is the case, you think or guess that it is the case. 
  • She figured that both she and Ned had learned a lot from the experience.


12. VERB 不奇怪;很正常;合乎情理 If you say 'That figures' or 'It figures', you mean that the fact referred to is not surprising. 
  • When I finished, he said, 'Yeah. That figures'...


  • Work it out and you'll find it figures.


13. VERB 出现,包括(在…中) If a person or thing figures in something, they appear in or are included in it. 
  • Human rights violations figured prominently in the report.


14. PHRASE 显出…的样子;显得 If you say that someone cuts a particular figure, you mean that they appear to other people in the way described. 
  • Today she cuts a lonely figure.


15. PHRASE 小丑;可笑的人 If you describe someone as a figure of fun, you mean that people think they are ridiculous. 
  • The man has become an unlikely figure of fun.


16. PHRASE 保持/失去苗条的身材 If you keep your figure, you stay thin. If you lose your figure, you become rather fat. 
  • You'll lose your girlish figure if you don't watch out.


17. PHRASE 说出…的确切数量(或数目) When you put a figure on an amount, you say exactly how much it is. 
  • No one will put a figure on the final cost of this reconstruction.


18. PHRASAL VERB 预料;料想 If you figure on something, you plan that it will happen or assume that it will happen when making your plans. 
  • Jack worked as hard as he could to build his business, but he hadn't figured on a few obstacles.


19. PHRASAL VERB 想出;理解;弄清 If you figure out a solution to a problem or the reason for something, you succeed in solving it or understanding it. 
  • It took them about one month to figure out how to start the equipment...


  • They're trying to figure out the politics of this whole situation...


  • I don't have to be a detective to figure that out.


20. PHRASAL VERB 算出…的总和 If you figure up a cost or amount, you add numbers together to get the total. 
  • He figured up the balance in their checking account.


figure on  figure out  figure up 

1. 数字

  • The above figure did not include workers.
  • 上面的数字没有包括工人。

2. 图解, 图表; 装饰性的图案

  • The figure on page 22 shows a political map of Africa.
  • 第22页的插图是非洲的政区图。

3. 人或动物的像, 画像, 肖像

  • There is a group of figures on the left of the painting.
  • 这幅画的左方是一群人像。

4. 轮廓, 人影, 身材, 体态, 风姿

  • I made out three figures moving in the distance.
  • 我隐约看出远处有三个人影在移动。

5. 算术, 计算

  • Are you good at figures?
  • 你的算术好吗?

6. 数字符号;字码;位数

7. 人物;人士

8. (绘画或故事中的)人,动物

9. 图形

10. (冰上表演动作的)花样

11. (人的)体型,风姿

12. 人物,尤指知名人士,名人;地位,身份

13. 象征,标志

14. (用数学表示的)数量,数值,价格

15. 说明;图解;(书、杂志的)插图,图表,简图;示图;图片,图画


1. 出现, 被提及

  • His name figured among the guests.
  • 宾客名单中有他的名字。

2. (突出地)出现,出名,露头角,惹人注目,醒目,突出

  • His name figures in my report.
  • 他的名字在我的报告中很突出。

3. 做算术,计算,演算

  • The boy was figured on a blackboard.
  • 这男孩在黑板上做算术。

4. 卷入,牵涉到,陷入


1. 计算在内

  • Figure the total and I'll pay it with a cheque.
  • 请把总数算出来, 我用支票支付。

2. 估计, 有可能; 认为, 料想

  • I figured that you wouldn't come.
  • 我料想你不会来。
  • He figured himself as a good candidate.
  • 他认为自己是合适的人选。

3. 是重要部份;是…的部份

4. (以图画或图表)描绘;描述;塑造

  • The sculptor figured the girl in clay.
  • 雕塑家用粘土塑造了这个女孩子的形象。

5. 想像;设想;

6. (用图案、花纹等)装饰

7. (用算术)计算;用数学表示(或标出)


1. a diagram or picture illustrating textual material;

  • "the area covered can be seen from Figure 2"
  • synonym: fig

2. alternative names for the body of a human being;

  • "Leonardo studied the human body"
  • "he has a strong physique"
  • "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"

3. one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers;

  • "0 and 1 are digits"

4. a model of a bodily form (especially of a person);

  • "he made a figure of Santa Claus"

5. a well-known or notable person;

  • "they studied all the great names in the history of France"
  • "she is an important figure in modern music"

6. a combination of points and lines and planes that form a visible palpable shape

7. an amount of money expressed numerically;

  • "a figure of $17 was suggested"

8. the impression produced by a person;

  • "he cut a fine figure"
  • "a heroic figure"

9. the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals;

  • "he had a number of chores to do"
  • "the number of parameters is small"
  • "the figure was about a thousand"

10. language used in a figurative or nonliteral sense

11. a unitary percept having structure and coherence that is the object of attention and that stands out against a ground

12. a decorative or artistic work;

  • "the coach had a design on the doors"

13. a predetermined set of movements in dancing or skating;

  • "she made the best score on compulsory figures"

1. judge to be probable

2. be or play a part of or in;

  • "Elections figure prominently in every government program"
  • "How do the elections figure in the current pattern of internal politics?"

3. imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind;

  • "I can't see him on horseback!"
  • "I can see what will happen"
  • "I can see a risk in this strategy"

4. make a mathematical calculation or computation

5. understand;

  • "He didn't figure her"
医学| 建筑
  • 1.图形,图象
  • 2.数字:同number和numeral


每日一句: Happiness always looks small while you hold it in your hands, but let it go, and you learn at once how big and precious it is. 你把幸福捧在手里,看似微不足道,一旦放手,你便立刻感觉到它的重要与珍贵。(玛克西姆·高尔基) 跟读
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