There are 2 main translations of fig in Spanish

: fig1fig2

fig1

higo, n.

Pronunciation /fɪɡ//fɪɡ/

noun

  • 1

    higo masculine
    before noun fig tree higuera feminine
    • Dried figs were a main article of the diet of ordinary people in classical Greece and Rome.
    • This is also good served with fresh figs instead of melon.
    • The wise sage asked the student to pick a fig from a large tree and open it.
    • Wild figs may be eaten, but they are small and dry.
    • So, who wants to cultivate figs and citrus fruit?
    • On the other hand, fresh figs are abundant only in the summer and fall.
    • Where available raccoons may also eat peaches, plums, figs, citrus fruits, watermelons, beech nuts, and walnuts.
    • When picking figs, look for fruit that is soft to the touch but not squishy or bruised.
    • Reduce the heat and simmer until the figs are soft, about five minutes.
    • A neighbor had given her fresh figs from her tree.
    • Set a dried fig to one side and spoon some orange sauce around the dish.
    • Last year the birds ate all the figs from the tree before I could get to the figs.
    • The bread gets crispy in the oven, and the ingredient combo is simple and beautiful: sweet figs, soft mozzarella, fragrant basil and tasty pesto.
    • Ripe figs are less attractive to birds because they remain green.
    • Pour enough custard over the roasted figs to fill the tart shells halfway.
    • Place four pieces of roasted figs on the bottom of each tart shell.
    • "You mean you're too nervous to eat, " he replied, happily eating both figs himself.
    • I have ripe figs once a year and dried figs the other eleven months.
    • Large, very sweet figs are best used fresh.
    • So dried figs, cranberries, apricots can all be included.

There are 2 main translations of fig in Spanish

: fig1fig2

fig2

Pronunciation /fɪɡ//fɪɡ/

noun

informal, dated

  • 1

    (finery)
    the judge entered in full fig el juez entró luciendo todas sus galas
    • They were in full fig, long gowns, tiaras, dinner jackets and all.
    • Togged out full fig - pill-box cap, dress tunic and swagger-stick - he awaited her at the barrack gates in vain.
    • Admittedly, there's a minefield of kitsch to cross before you can be certain of conjuring up absolutely no visual resemblance to Widow Twankee, Liberace or Lesley Joseph in full fig - but the time has come to quell those fears.
    • He met the eye of one of the policemen who were marching, in full fig, beside the judges.
    • Beaton turned to Winterhalter for royalty in full fig, to Romney for pretty girls.
    • I'm not a great fan of stuffed moose and mediaeval knights in full fig, but Kelvingrove's got the lot.
    • British magazines aren't carrying the M7 ad in its complete form so you will have to buy a French magazine if you want to see Samuel de Cubber, the model who donated his organ, in full fig.