1. money extracted as a penalty
1. issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty;
1. superior to the average;
2. being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition;
3. minutely precise especially in differences in meaning;
4. of texture; being small-grained or smooth to the touch or having fine particles;
5. being in good health;
6. thin in thickness or diameter;
7. characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment;
8. ; free or impurities; having a high or specified degree of purity;
9. (of weather) pleasant; not raining, perhaps with the sun shining;
1. sentence-initial expression of agreement
2. in a delicate manner;
3. in a superior and skilled manner;
Some people are often reproached for unpunctuality when their only fault is cutting things fine.
Rosy morning clouds indicate rain, and a rosy sunset means fine weather.
The house has a fine situation.
The porcelain is fine and glossy.
He has written a fine preface to the play.
What mixed weather, now fine , now showery!
You can't rely on the weather being fine for anything you plan in England.
The library is housed in a fine building.
Fine paintings graced the walls of the room.
She possesses a soprano voice of unusually fine quality.
The weather stayed fine for a week.
The shop has a fine selection of cheeses.
He has a fine person.
The bracken was turning to the dusky gold of a fine autumn.
The quality of this cloth is fine, but the colour is not quite right.
This is a fine construction.
She gave birth to a fine healthy baby.
The court required that he should pay the fine.
There are only five minutes to go. You might just manage to get to the station, but you're cutting it rather fine.
I had a fine old time.
The collection is housed in a fine building.
This net has a fine mesh.
Mr. Tailor is a good judge of the fine arts.
Apart from a parking fine ten years before, she had an unblemished driving record.
This fine engine makes only a whisper when running at full speed.
Now both mother and fledglings are doing fine.
The day turned out ( to be ) a fine day.
He got a fine fame for being generous with his money to help others.
The restaurant has a fine Italian kitchen.
a clear blue sky betokening a fine day
cut it (或 things) fine
allow a very small margin of something, especially time
boys who have cut it rather fine are scuttling into chapel.
be entirely satisfactory
an omelette will do fine.
do someone fine
suit or be enough for someone
fine feathers make fine birds
(proverb)beautiful clothes or an eye-catching appearance make a person appear similarly beautiful or impressive
the finer points of
the more complex or detailed aspects of
he went on to discuss the finer points of his work.
(N. Amer. informal)the police of a particular city
one's finest hour
the time of one's greatest success
fine words butter no parsnips
(proverb)nothing is achieved by empty promises or flattery
not to put too fine a point on it
to speak bluntly
not to put too fine a point on it, your Emily is a liar.
one fine day
at some unspecified or unknown time
you want to be the Chancellor one fine day.
In conclusion; finally.
In summation; in brief.
The young man looked in that direction and saw a fine dinner.
beautiful, fair, handsome, lovely, pretty, fine
delicate, fine, subtle
There is relatively little information about fine, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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