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Related topics: Food
figfig /fɪɡ/ noun [countable]  1 figs.jpg DFa soft sweet fruit with a lot of small seeds, often eaten dried, or the tree on which this fruit grows2 not give a fig/not care a fig (about/for something/somebody)
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figThe fellow said he didn't give a fig about life so why should he fear death?Her mouth was pursed like a little fig, and her face had momentarily registered some expression as she looked at me.
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fig.fig. 1 HMNthe written abbreviation of figure2 EXACTthe written abbreviation of figurative
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