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fig.

abbr.
1. figurative
2. figuratively
3. figure

fig.

abbreviation for
1. figurative(ly)
2. figure
Translations

fig.

abbr
(=figure) → fig.
(=figurative) → fig.

fig.

abbr of figure(s) → Abb.
References in classic literature ?
The Gardens are a tremendous big place, with millions and hundreds of trees, and first you come to the Figs, but you scorn to loiter there, for the Figs is the resort of superior little persons, who are forbidden to mix with the commonalty, and is so named, according to legend, because they dress in full fig.
The largest beak in the genus Geospiza is shown in Fig.
BOTTOM RIGHT: 'Pan E'Vino Dark,' also called 'Pane E'Vino,' is a delicious little fig.
Fern Ledges (New Brunswick): Dawson (1868); Matthew (1906a); Bell (1944): locality 351 (one piece without catalogue number); Bell (1966): locality 804 (GSC 14916--here Fig.
Collections were made almost every week during the period from May 2005 through April 2008 as part of the monitoring program of the Aquarium of Veracruz (AVM), and two monthly monitoring programs were performed by ICIMAP-UV, from September 2006 through September 2007 (CEP-I), and from April 2007 through May 2008 (CEP-II; Fig.
Add a teaspoon of syrup or sugar to the bottom of six pudding tins or 10 muffin spaces – you can add more if you have leftover mix so save half a fig.
The three-dimensional relationship of bands to lobing can be seen in Fig.
When the grubs hatch they feed on the maturing fig.
The ectal division of the retrolateral tibial apophysis is prominent, generally with a small lateral translucent but sclerotized projection (LP, Fig.
One of the models used as the basis of microstructure prediction is a Gaussian distribution model that defines the relationship between the number of nuclei and the undercooling, which is shown as a distribution curve in Fig.