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figure

  
    n  

1  character, cipher, digit, number, numeral, symbol  

2  amount, cost, price, sum, total, value  

3  form, outline, shadow, shape, silhouette  

4  body, build, chassis    (slang)  frame, physique, proportions, shape, torso  

5  depiction, design, device, diagram, drawing, emblem, illustration, motif, pattern, representation, sketch  

6  big name, celebrity, character, dignitary, face    (informal)  force, leader, notability, notable, personage, personality, presence, somebody, worthy  
    vb  

7    (often with)     up  add, calculate, compute, count, reckon, sum, tally, tot up, work out  

8    (usually with)     in  act, appear, be conspicuous, be featured, be included, be mentioned, contribute to, feature, have a place in, play a part  

9  it figures    it follows, it goes without saying, it is to be expected  

figure of speech    
conceit, image, trope, turn of phrase  

figure out  

1  calculate, compute, reckon, work out  

2  comprehend, decipher, fathom, make head or tail of    (informal)  make out, resolve, see, suss (out)    (slang)  understand  



  • let itout!  exp. expression used to encourage someone to say what is on their mind, what is bothering them
  • tina  abbr. acron. Crystal meth. Methamphetamine. Tina. T, Tea. Ice. Crack. iceTea Do you have Tina? Can I buy some T, from you? What is T? Tina. Tina is T. Ice: synonym, slang most used in North America.
  • I can't take it  exp. I can't understand it, I can't believe it, I can't accept it
  • I feel queer  n. I feel weird

    Depuis plusieurs ans, "Queer" n'est plus commun pour se sentir mal. Ça veut dire "gai" ou homosexuel. Weird est beaucoup plus simple sans avoir deux sens.

  • I rest my case  n. Phrase used when someone has brought all the evidences to support his point of view; "I'm done with explanations"
  • suit smb./smth. to a T  exp. be a perfect fit for smb./smth.;
  • it hit me  exp. it occurred to me, I suddenly thought of it, I had an idea all of a sudden

    E.g: I wondered all day long how to solve this problem and it suddenly hit me...I had to talk to Marry.

  • be stuffed to the gills  v. be satiated/sated ; you might say 'I'm stuffed to the gills' to refuse more food meaning that you can't possibly eat any more or as a way of complimenting someone’s cooking because it suggests that the food was so good that you ate more than you meant to.

    Jennifer: More potatoes? Adele: Oh, no thank you, Jen! I’m stuffed to the gills. What a delicious meal!

  • so am I  exp. me too
  • it's got bits in it  n. means a liquid is not clear: this tea's got bits in it, I don't like yogurt with bits in it

    assez proche de l'idée de 'il y a à boire et à manger'

  • it is what it is  exp. means "that's just the way it is"

    c'est comme ça, point barre

  • it has a ring to it  exp. it sounds interesting or attractive
  • green IT  n. new trend in computing to take into account the environmental aspect when designing IT systems.
  • up for it  exp. "to be up for it" means to be willing to participate

    she's really up for it: elle est partante


 

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Words nearby figure out

figure of eight, figure-of-eight bandage, figure of merit, figure of speech, figure on, figure out, figure skate, figure skating, figure up, figurine, fig wart

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Words related to figure out

audit, calculate, evaluate, inspect, check out, assess, examine, gauge, peg, guess, derive, assume, glean, speculate, reckon, deduce, presume, ascertain, construe, presuppose

How to use figure out in a sentence

  • “I think for trans men who are dating every time they hook up they have another coming out,” Sandler said.

    Grindr’s Trans Dating Problem|David Levesley|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • And he was gone, and out of sight on the swift galloping Benito, before Father Gaspara bethought himself.

    Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson

  • Most of the men leaped up, caught hold of spears or knives, and rushed out.

    The Giant of the North|R.M. Ballantyne

  • Liszt looked at it, and to her fright and dismay cried out in a fit of impatience, "No, I won't hear it!"

    Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay

  • The most High hath created medicines out of the earth, and a wise man will not abhor them.

    The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various

  • Squinty could look out, but the slats were as close together as those in a chicken coop, and the little pig could not get out.

    Squinty the Comical Pig|Richard Barnum

Other Idioms and Phrases with figure out


1

Discover or determine, as in Let's figure out a way to help. [Early 1900s]

2

Solve or decipher, as in Can you figure out this puzzle? [Early 1800s]

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Synonyms for Figure out:

What is another word for figure out?

457 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ fˈɪɡəɹ ˈa͡ʊt], [ fˈɪɡəɹ ˈa‍ʊt], [ f_ˈɪ_ɡ_ə_ɹ ˈaʊ_t]
  • n.

    crack (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
  • v.

    add up; evaluate (verb)answer, resolve (verb)augur (verb)
    • forecast,
    • herald,
    • bespeak,
    • signify,
    • promise,
    • psych out,
    • prognosticate,
    • harbinger,
    • bode,
    • crystal-ball,
    • have a hunch,
    • presage,
    • prophesy,
    • call the shots,
    • call it,
    • Soothsay,
    • foretell,
    • foreshadow,
    • portend,
    • adumbrate.
    calculate, estimate (verb)catch sight of; recognize and understand (verb)clear up (verb)
    • dissolve,
    • unfold,
    • clarify,
    • cipher,
    • make plausible,
    • elucidate,
    • answer,
    • illuminate,
    • puzzle out,
    • illustrate,
    • tidy,
    • make reasonable.
    cognition (verb)conclude (verb)count, calculate (verb)determine (verb)
    • see,
    • boil down to,
    • ascertain,
    • learn,
    • certify,
    • detect,
    • verify,
    • unearth,
    • hear,
    • establish,
    • tell,
    • demonstrate,
    • tumble,
    • divine,
    • add up to.
    discover, find out (verb)evaluate (verb)explain; resolve (verb)express an outcome in advance (verb)fathom (verb)
    • get,
    • comprehend,
    • sound,
    • probe,
    • have,
    • savvy,
    • catch,
    • follow,
    • penetrate,
    • appreciate,
    • grasp,
    • pierce,
    • plumb,
    • cognize,
    • get to the bottom,
    • dig.
    foretell (verb)
    • Forewarn,
    • dope,
    • reveal,
    • foreknow,
    • prefigure,
    • declare,
    • call,
    • announce,
    • crystal ball it,
    • PSYCH,
    • divulge,
    • auspicate,
    • call the shot,
    • make book,
    • disclose,
    • proclaim,
    • betoken,
    • see something coming,
    • forebode.
    hypothesize (verb)identify, recognize (verb)mentally analyze (verb)number (verb)
    • run,
    • computer,
    • come,
    • tale,
    • account,
    • run into,
    • run to,
    • count off,
    • numerate,
    • amount,
    • add,
    • tick off,
    • aggregate,
    • include.
    outsmart (verb)outthink (verb)penetrate (verb)
    • sink in,
    • get across,
    • get through,
    • touch,
    • become clear,
    • come across,
    • put over,
    • get over,
    • impress,
    • soak in,
    • affect.
    place (verb)plan (verb)
    • represent,
    • reckon on,
    • plot,
    • frame,
    • blueprint,
    • trace,
    • quarterback,
    • invent,
    • concoct,
    • line up,
    • set out,
    • form,
    • engineer,
    • contemplate,
    • organize,
    • ready,
    • cook up,
    • brainstorm,
    • make arrangements,
    • bargain for,
    • conspire,
    • block out,
    • sketch,
    • intrigue,
    • lay in provisions,
    • steer,
    • devise,
    • meditate,
    • figure on,
    • craft,
    • map,
    • shape,
    • contrive,
    • outline,
    • hatch,
    • draft,
    • design,
    • formulate,
    • scheme,
    • rough in,
    • fix to,
    • arrange,
    • project.
    predict (verb)
    • vaticinate,
    • be afraid,
    • crystal-ball divine,
    • Forespeak,
    • croak,
    • omen,
    • see coming,
    • hazard a guess,
    • see handwriting on wall,
    • envision.
    predict; be an omen of (verb)ratiocinate (verb)reason (verb)
    • reflect,
    • generalize,
    • deliberate,
    • thresh out,
    • adduce,
    • syllogize,
    • draw conclusion,
    • philosophize,
    • rationalize,
    • deduct,
    • cerebrate,
    • draw from,
    • cogitate,
    • ratiocinate.
    reckon (verb)
    • regard,
    • esteem,
    • hold,
    • square,
    • tot up,
    • cast,
    • put,
    • foot,
    • look upon,
    • think of,
    • approximate.
    tell the difference (verb)think (verb)
    • Intellectualize,
    • revolve,
    • imagine,
    • stop to consider,
    • conceive,
    • rack one's brains,
    • take under consideration,
    • ponder,
    • ideate,
    • stew,
    • use one's head,
    • logicalize,
    • have in mind,
    • mull over,
    • turn over,
    • mull,
    • brood.
    think about deeply and theorize (verb)think out; prepare in advance (verb)understand (verb)
    • be aware,
    • be conscious of,
    • make sense of,
    • sense,
    • sympathize,
    • possess,
    • master,
    • accept,
    • get the point,
    • get the idea,
    • register,
    • be with it,
    • get the hang of,
    • have knowledge of,
    • realize,
    • tolerate,
    • ken,
    • take meaning,
    • seize.
    unfold (verb)work out (verb)
    • succeed,
    • handle,
    • pull off,
    • complete,
    • come out,
    • bring off,
    • come to terms,
    • construct,
    • swing,
    • finish,
    • happen,
    • elaborate,
    • win,
    • turn out,
    • manipulate,
    • prosper,
    • compromise,
    • reach agreement,
    • up,
    • go,
    • go well,
    • develop,
    • get something done,
    • accomplish,
    • put together,
    • clear,
    • evolve,
    • be effective,
    • achieve,
    • attain,
    • result.
  • Other synonyms:

    analyze
    • get down to brass tacks,
    • sorted out,
    • figured out,
    • think through,
    • thought through,
    • sort out,
    • kick around,
    • chew over,
    • talk game,
    • kicked around,
    • Hashed,
    • figure,
    • sorting out,
    • spelled out,
    • spell out,
    • kicking around,
    • judges,
    • figuring out,
    • Hashing.
    augur clear up deceive distinguish
    • sets apart,
    • Labelling,
    • marked off,
    • singling out,
    • mark off,
    • labelled,
    • individuated,
    • set off,
    • diagnosticating,
    • diagnosticates,
    • tell between,
    • tell from,
    • Individuating,
    • individuate,
    • marking off,
    • tell apart,
    • determinates,
    • set apart,
    • individualize,
    • setting apart,
    • singled out,
    • Diagnosticate,
    • setting off,
    • individuates,
    • identify,
    • told apart,
    • single out.
    number
    • Numbered,
    • ticked off,
    • runs into,
    • Taled,
    • numbers,
    • Accounted,
    • ran to,
    • running into,
    • taling,
    • ran into.
    outwit
    • goosing,
    • out wit,
    • Foxing,
    • fox,
    • JIP,
    • led astray,
    • Juke,
    • outguessing,
    • outguessed,
    • Foxes,
    • Worsting,
    • fake out,
    • outwitting,
    • outguess,
    • end run,
    • worsted,
    • faked out,
    • outgeneral,
    • outjockey,
    • outsmart,
    • lead astray,
    • out maneuver,
    • outthink,
    • Foxed,
    • Jukes,
    • gooses,
    • leading astray,
    • goosed.
    place plan
    • blueprinting,
    • crafting,
    • blueprinted,
    • Mapped,
    • fixing to,
    • lining up,
    • mapping,
    • lines up,
    • quarterbacks,
    • quarterbacking,
    • crafted,
    • setting out.
    predict think work out
  • v.

    • determine
      doubt, invalidate, miss, hesitate, begin, disprove, start, overlook, waver, confuse.
    • get
      fail, misconstrue, depart, release, pass, spend, overthrow, leave, discourage, yield, understand, overtake, please, dissuade, surrender, soothe, give in, free, mismanage, calm.
    • outwit
      guard, enlighten, help, explain, be honest, aid, protect, give, assist, support, encourage, abet, clear up.

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Synonyms for figure out in English

present
  1. figure out
  2. figure out
  3. figures out
  4. figure out
  5. figure out
  6. figure out
simple past
  1. figured out
  2. figured out
  3. figured out
  4. figured out
  5. figured out
  6. figured out
present perfect
  1. have figured out
  2. have figured out
  3. has figured out
  4. have figured out
  5. have figured out
  6. have figured out
past continuous
  1. was figuring out
  2. were figuring out
  3. was figuring out
  4. were figuring out
  5. were figuring out
  6. were figuring out
future
  1. shall figure out
  2. will figure out
  3. will figure out
  4. shall figure out
  5. will figure out
  6. will figure out
continuous present
  1. am figuring out
  2. are figuring out
  3. is figuring out
  4. are figuring out
  5. are figuring out
  6. are figuring out
subjunctive
  1. be figured out
  2. be figured out
  3. be figured out
  4. be figured out
  5. be figured out
  6. be figured out
diverse
  1. figure out!
  2. let's figure out!
  3. figured out
  4. figuring out

1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they


Alternate Synonyms for "figure out":


Related Definitions for "figure out":

  1. find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of1
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Out synonym figure

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