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Fig

fɪɡ

Meanings of Fig:

noun

A soft pear-shaped fruit with sweet dark flesh and many small seeds, eaten fresh or dried.

Usage examples:

Large, very sweet figs are best used fresh.
verb

Dress up (someone) to look smart.

Usage examples:

He was figged out as fine as fivepence, with white trousers and rings and chains
abbreviation

Figure.

Usage examples:

See fig.34

Figary

fɪˈɡɛːri

Meanings of Figary:

noun

A whim or sudden impulse.

Usage examples:

He puts on these meals whenever he gets a figary

Meanings of Figbird:

noun

A gregarious fruit-eating australasian bird of the oriole family, the male of which has a green back and a yellow or green breast.

Usage examples:

The figbird is a locally nomadic bird which roams in search of native and cultivated fruits and figs.

Figged

fɪɡ

Meanings of Figged:

verb

Dress up (someone) to look smart.

Usage examples:

He was figged out as fine as fivepence, with white trousers and rings and chains
noun

A soft pear-shaped fruit with sweet dark flesh and many small seeds, eaten fresh or dried.

Usage examples:

Large, very sweet figs are best used fresh.

Meanings of Figgier:

adjective

Made with or having the taste or smell of figs.

Usage examples:

Pork served with figgy jam

Figgiest

ˈfɪɡi

Meanings of Figgiest:

adjective

Made with or having the taste or smell of figs.

Usage examples:

Pork served with figgy jam

Meanings of Figging:

verb

Dress up (someone) to look smart.

Usage examples:

He was figged out as fine as fivepence, with white trousers and rings and chains
noun

A soft pear-shaped fruit with sweet dark flesh and many small seeds, eaten fresh or dried.

Usage examples:

Large, very sweet figs are best used fresh.

Figgy

ˌfɪɡ.i ˈpʊd.ɪŋ

Meanings of Figgy:

adjective

Made with or having the taste or smell of figs.

Usage examples:

Pork served with figgy jam
noun

A sweet food containing figs (= purple or green fruits with a lot of seeds) and other dried fruit, traditionally eaten at christmas in the past

Meanings of Fight:

verb

Take part in a violent struggle involving the exchange of physical blows or the use of weapons.

Usage examples:

The men were fighting
noun

A violent confrontation or struggle.

Usage examples:

He'd got into a fight with some bouncers outside a club

Meanings of Fight back:

phrasal verb

Defend oneself

Meanings of Fight it out:

idiom

To argue until a decision is reached between two people or groups

Usage examples:

Let them fight it out.

Meanings of Fight like cat and dog:

phrase

(of two people) be continually arguing with one another.

Usage examples:

We fought like cat and dog the whole time we were together
idiom

To have angry arguments all the time

Usage examples:

As kids we used to fight like cat and dog.

Meanings of Fight off:

phrasal verb

Force or drive back

Meanings of Fight-fire-with-fire:

phrase

Use the weapons or tactics of one's enemy or opponent, even if one finds them distasteful.

Usage examples:

It is from there i adopted the tactic of fighting fire with fire - its the only thing these people …
idiom

To use the same methods as someone else in order to defeat them

Meanings of Fight-for:

idiom

To be very eager to fight or argue

Usage examples:

Local councillors are spoiling for a fight over plans to close two village schools.

Meanings of Fight-shy-of:

idiom

To try to avoid something

Usage examples:

Before this course i'd always fought shy of technology.

Fightback

ˈfaɪt.bæk

Meanings of Fightback:

noun

An attempt to win or recover after a time when you have lost or been losing

Usage examples:

We lost the election, but the fightback starts here., after only ten minutes they were three goals …

Meanings of Fighter:

noun

A person or animal that fights.

Usage examples:

The distinction between civilian populations and fighters

Fighters

ˈfʌɪtə

Meanings of Fighters:

noun

A person or animal that fights.

Usage examples:

The distinction between civilian populations and fighters

Fighting

ˈfaɪ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Fighting:

noun

The action of fighting; violence or conflict.

Usage examples:

Terrible fighting broke out in the streets
adjective

Displaying or engaging in violence, combat, or aggression.

Usage examples:

He was a fighting man
verb

Take part in a violent struggle involving the exchange of physical blows or the use of weapons.

Usage examples:

The men were fighting
exclamation

(in korean contexts) used to express encouragement, incitement, or support.

Usage examples:

You can do it, fighting!

Fighting-fit

ˌfaɪ.tɪŋ ˈfɪt

Meanings of Fighting-fit:

adjective

Extremely healthy

Usage examples:

At 73, she's still fighting fit, walking five miles a day.

Fightings

ˈfʌɪtɪŋ

Meanings of Fightings:

noun

The action of fighting; violence or conflict.

Usage examples:

Terrible fighting broke out in the streets
adjective

Displaying or engaging in violence, combat, or aggression.

Usage examples:

He was a fighting man
exclamation

(in korean contexts) used to express encouragement, incitement, or support.

Usage examples:

You can do it, fighting!

Fights

faɪt

Meanings of Fights:

verb

Take part in a violent struggle involving the exchange of physical blows or the use of weapons.

Usage examples:

The men were fighting
noun

A violent confrontation or struggle.

Usage examples:

He'd got into a fight with some bouncers outside a club

Figment

ˈfɪɡ.mənt

Meanings of Figment:

noun

A thing that someone believes to be real but that exists only in their imagination.

Usage examples:

It really was ross and not a figment of her overheated imagination

Figmental

fɪɡˈmɛnt(ə)l

Meanings of Figmental:

adjective

Existing only in the imagination; fictitious.

Usage examples:

A figmental enemy

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