a 2-dimensional shape

shape noun (2- and 3-dimensional shapes)

2-D figures

figure » shape » attribute » abstraction

conic section | ellipsoid | heart | oblong | paraboloid | polygonal shape | sector | semicircle | star | tree diagram

2-dimensional figure | 2D figure | plane figure | two-dimensional figure

a geometric figure that can be described with mathematics and that is used in geometry. The shape of such a figure is the geometric information which remains when location, scale and orientation are removed from the description of the object. Many ... (41 of 163 words, 2 images)

a number, especially one which forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performance of a company | a numerical symbol, especially ... (23 of 632 words, 28 definitions, 22 usage examples, pronunciation)

a number symbol; "numeral", "digit" ; "figures": arithmetical calculations ... | a geometric form (as a line, triangle, or sphere) especially when ... (21 of 440 words, 11 definitions, 10 usage examples, pronunciation)

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to represent by or as if by a figure or outline | to decorate with a pattern ; also, to write figures over or under (the bass) in order to indicate ... (30 of 306 words, 12 definitions, 8 usage examples, pronunciations)

the outline or shape of something; form | the shape of the human body; human form | a person, especially one seen or thought of in a specified way | a ... (28 of 263 words, 23 definitions, 5 usage examples, pronunciation)

figurative(ly) | figure (2 of 258 words, 2 definitions)

any tree or shrub belonging to the genus "Ficus", of the mulberry family, ... | the fruit of such a tree or shrub, or of any related species. | any of ... (29 of 119 words, 10 definitions, 3 usage examples, pronunciation)

in logic, the classification of syllogisms according to the arrangement of the middle term, namely, the term that occurs in both premises but not in ... (25 of 117 words)

in music, short melodic or rhythmic pattern, the smallest grouping of notes that will produce a single distinct impression. In this sense figure is ... (24 of 72 words)

([abbreviation] "fig.") (of words and phrases) used not with their basic meaning but with a more imaginative meaning (18 of 40 words, 1 usage example, pronunciations)

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([abbreviation] "fig.") a picture or drawing, often with a number, in a book or other document (16 of 31 words, 1 usage example, pronunciations)

a picture in a book (5 of 28 words)

Abbreviation of figure. | [lexicography] Abbreviation of figurative. (7 of 15 words, 2 definitions, 2 usage examples, pronunciations)

figurative | figuratively | figure (3 of 5 words, 3 definitions)

figurative | figure (2 of 8 words, 2 definitions)

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