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As verb it means 'calculate, estimate'=thus figure up costs, or figure up expenses..etc (ex. he/she hadn't figured out the right/true expenses of act X, or purchase As noun it means 'number, or figure of corresponding price, rate etc. We also say 'in round figures'=when a figure, number is rounded up. Or we say 'double figure'=this double figures are for ex. 10, 11, 12 etc, while for ex. 1, 3,5,8 are single figures, numbers of one figure.

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