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  • 1 fig

    I. n смокиня (плодът и дървото) (Ficus carica)
    II. 1. n разг. облекло, премяна, тоалет
    in full FIG пременен, нагизден, наконтен, официално облечен
    2. състояние, настроение
    in fine/good FIG в добра форма
    III. 1. пременявам, нагиздям (често с out, up)
    2. тимаря (кон)
    3. sl. стимулирам (кон) с допинг
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    {fig} n смокиня (плодьт и дьрвото) (Ficus carica).(2) {fig} n разг. 1. облекло, премяна, тоалет; in full fig пременен{3} {fig} v (-gg-) 1. пременявам, нагиздям (често с out, up); 2.
    * * *
    състояние; смокиня; тимаря; облекло; пременявам; премяна; настроение;
    * * *
    1. i. n смокиня (плодът и дървото) (ficus carica) 2. ii. n разг. облекло, премяна, тоалет 3. iii. пременявам, нагиздям (често с out, up) 4. in fine/good fig в добра форма 5. in full fig пременен, нагизден, наконтен, официално облечен 6. sl. стимулирам (кон) с допинг 7. състояние, настроение 8. тимаря (кон)
    * * *
    fig [fig] I. n 1. смокиня (плодът и дървото); green \figs пресни смокини; pulled \figs сушени смокини; 2. разг. стафида; 3. мек гъбест израстък на меката част на копитото на кон вследствие натъртване; 4. ам. sl парченце тютюн; 5. sl бакалин; 6. pl ост. хемороиди, маясъл; 7. ост. неприличен знак с пръсти; not to care a \fig for пет пари не давам за; не ми пука за; a \fig for fame не ме интересува (пет пари не давам за) славата; II. v ост. правя неприличен знак. III. n разг. 1. облекло, тоалет, премяна; in full \fig официално облечен, пременен, нагласен, нагизден, наконтен, натруфен; 2. състояние; настроение; in fine \fig в добра форма; IV. v 1. пременявам, нагиздям, контя, натруфям (често с out, up); 2. тимаря, изчесвам, изресвам ( кон).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > fig

  • 2 fig

    1. fig [fɪg] n
    1) food Feige f
    2) ( tree) Feigenbaum m, Feige f
    to be not worth a \fig ( fam) keine müde Mark [o keinen Pfifferling] wert sein ( fam)
    to not care [or give] a \fig about [or for] sb/ sth (dated) ( fam) sich akk keinen Deut um jdn/etw scheren;
    she doesn't care a \fig for him er ist ihr vollkommen gleichgültig;
    I don't care a \fig about that! das kümmert mich nicht die Bohne! ( fam)
    2. fig [fɪg] ( fam) n
    1) ( dress) Aufmachung f, Kleidung f;
    in full \fig in vollem Staat
    2) ( condition) Form f, Verfassung f;
    to be in great \fig hervorragend in Form sein vt <- gg-> (dated);
    to \fig sb out jdn herausputzen
    3. fig
    4. [fɪg] n

    English-German students dictionary > fig

  • 3 fig

    fig фиговое дерево, инжир, Ficus carica
    climbing fig фикус карликовый, Ficus minima
    cluster fig фикус клубковатый, Ficus glomerata
    creeping fig фикус карликовый стелющийся (Ficus minima var. pumila)
    dye fig фикус красилный, Ficus tinctoria
    Florida strangler fig фикус золотистый, Ficus auera
    India-rubber fig фикус каучуконосный, Ficus elastica
    Indian fig 1. фикус бенгальский, баньян, Ficus bengalensis ; 2. опунция обыкновенная, Opuntia vulgaris
    Moreton-Bay fig фикус крупнолистный, Ficus macrophylla
    purple fig фикус шершавый, Ficus scabra
    rusty fig фикус ржавый, Ficus rubiginosa
    sycamore fig сикамор античный, Ficus sycomorus

    English-Russian dictionary of biology and biotechnology > fig

  • 4 fig

    /fig/ * danh từ - (thực vật học) quả sung; quả vả - (thực vật học) cây sung; cây vả ((cũng) fig tree) - vật vô giá trị; một tí, một chút =his opinion is not worth a fig+ ý kiến của hắn chắng có một chút giá trị gì !I don't care a fig - (xem) care * danh từ - quần áo, y phục; trang bị =in full fig+ ăn mặc chỉnh tề; trang bị đầy đủ - tình trạng sức khoẻ =in good fig+ sung sức * ngoại động từ - to fig out (up) a horse làm ngựa hăng lên - to fig out someone ăn mặc diện cho ai

    English-Vietnamese dictionary > fig

  • 5 fig

    fig [fɪg] n
    1) ви́нная я́года, инжи́р
    2) фи́говое де́рево; смоко́вница
    3) разг. шиш, фи́га;

    I don't care ( или give) a fig мне наплева́ть

    fig [fɪg]
    1. n
    1) наря́д;

    in full fig в по́лном пара́де; в пара́дном костю́ме; в вече́рнем туале́те

    2) состоя́ние, настрое́ние;

    in good fig в хоро́шем состоя́нии

    2. v наряжа́ть, украша́ть (обыкн. fig out, fig up)

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > fig

  • 6 fig.

    1 ( figura) figure; (abreviatura) fig
    * * *
    Fig. (Figura)
    = Fig. (Figure).

    Ex: An outline of the main components of a microcomputer is shown in Fig. 2.1.

    * * *
    fig. (abrev de figura)

    Spanish-English dictionary > fig.

  • 7 fig

    fig [fɪg]
    (fruit) figue f; (tree) figuier m;
    familiar old-fashioned it's not worth a fig ça ne vaut pas un radis;
    familiar old-fashioned I don't give or care a fig je m'en moque comme de ma première chemise;
    I don't give or care a fig what she thinks je me contrefiche de ce qu'elle pense
    ►► fig leaf Botany feuille f de figuier; (on statue, in painting) feuille f de vigne; figurative camouflage m;
    fig tree figuier m

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français > fig

  • 8 fig.

    abréviation de figure fig.
    * * *
    abréviation de figure fig.

    Dicionário Francês-Português > fig.

  • 9 fig.

    fig. n ( abrév écrite = figure) fig. ; see fig. 3 voir fig. 3.

    Big English-French dictionary > fig.

  • 10 fig

    [fig] n բսբ. թուզ. don’t care a fig վեջս չի, թքած. green figs թարմ թուզ. fig tree թզենի. fig leaf թզենու տերև. փխբ. մերկությունը ծածկելու որևէ բան

    English-Armenian dictionary > fig

  • 11 fig.

    fig. [fiγura'tiβo]

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > fig.

  • 12 fig.

    fig. 1. figurato fig. (figuratif). 2. figura fig. (figure).

    Dizionario Italiano-Francese > fig.

  • 13 fig.

      abbreviazione di figura Abb.

    Dizionario italiano-tedesco > fig.

  • 14 fig

    fig [fɪg]
    ( = fruit) figue f ; ( = fig tree) figuier m
    * * *
    [fɪg] 1.
    noun ( fruit) figue f
    adjective (abrév = figurative) figuré

    English-French dictionary > fig

  • 15 fig

    fig фиг
    fig. рис.

    Персональный Сократ > fig

  • 16 Fig.

    Fig. TECH Abbildung f

    English-german engineering dictionary > Fig.

  • 17 fig

    langage figuré / figurado

    Dicionário Português-Francês > fig

  • 18 fiğ

    fiğ BOT Wicke f

    Türkçe-Almanca sözlük > fiğ

  • 19 fig

    A n ( fruit) figue f ; dried/fresh figs figues sèches/fraîches.
    B adj ( abrév = figurative) figuré.

    Big English-French dictionary > fig

  • 20 fiğ

    fiğ s
    bot Wicke f

    Sözlük Türkçe-Almanca kompakt > fiğ

См. также в других словарях:

  • Fig — (f[i^]g), n. [F. figue the fruit of the tree, Pr. figa, fr. L. ficus fig tree, fig. Cf. {Fico}.] 1. (Bot.) A small fruit tree ({Ficus Carica}) with large leaves, known from the remotest antiquity. It was probably native from Syria westward to the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • FIG — (Heb. תְּאֵנָה, te enah), one of the seven species with which Ereẓ Israel was blessed (Deut. 8:8). It is mentioned in the Bible 16 times together with the vine as the most important of the country s fruit. The saying every man under his vine and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • fig — (n.) early 13c., from O.Fr. figue (12c.), from O.Prov. figa, from V.L. *fica, from L. ficus fig tree, fig, from a pre I.E. Mediterranean language, possibly Semitic (Cf. Phoenician pagh half ripe fig ). A reborrowing of a word that had been taken… …   Etymology dictionary

  • fig — fig1 [fig] n. [ME fige < OFr < VL * fica, for L ficus, fig tree, fig] 1. the hollow, pear shaped false fruit (syconium) of the fig tree, with sweet, pulpy flesh containing numerous tiny, seedlike true fruits (achenes) 2. any of a genus… …   English World dictionary

  • fig — [ fıg ] noun count a soft fruit with purple or green skin and a lot of small seeds inside. It grows on a fig tree. not give a fig about/for something BRITISH INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED to not care at all about something not worth a fig worth nothing …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fig — Ⅰ. fig [1] ► NOUN ▪ a soft pear shaped fruit with sweet dark flesh and many small seeds. ● not give (or care) a fig Cf. ↑not give a fig ORIGIN Old French figue from Latin ficus. Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

  • Fig — Fig, v. t. [See {Fico}, {Fig}, n.] 1. To insult with a fico, or contemptuous motion. See {Fico}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] When Pistol lies, do this, and fig me like The bragging Spaniard. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To put into the head of, as something …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fig — [fıg] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: figue, from Latin ficus] 1.) a soft sweet fruit with a lot of small seeds, often eaten dried, or the tree on which this fruit grows 2.) not give a fig/not care a fig (about/for sth/sb) old fashioned …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fig — [fıg] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: figue, from Latin ficus] 1.) a soft sweet fruit with a lot of small seeds, often eaten dried, or the tree on which this fruit grows 2.) not give a fig/not care a fig (about/for sth/sb) old fashioned …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Fig — Fig, n. Figure; dress; array. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] Were they all in full fig, the females with feathers on their heads, the males with chapeaux bras? Prof. Wilson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fig. — fig. UK US noun [C] ► WRITTEN ABBREVIATION for FIGURE(Cf. ↑figure) noun: »The model used in his reflection (see fig. 1, p. 40) captures the act of composing as many of us recognize it …   Financial and business terms

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