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  1. fair

    • IPA[fer]

    美式

    • adj.
      in accordance with the rules or standards; legitimate;just or appropriate in the circumstances
    • adv.
      without cheating or trying to achieve unjust advantage;to a high degree
    • n.
      a beautiful woman
    • v.
      (of the weather) become fine
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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. in accordance with the rules or standards; legitimate:

      the group has achieved fair and equal representation for all its members

    • 2. just or appropriate in the circumstances:

      to be fair, this subject poses special problems

    • 3. (of a means or procedure) gentle; not violent:

      try first by fair means

    • 4. (of a batted ball) within the field of play marked by the first and third baselines.
    • 5. pertaining to the fair part of the field:

      the ball was hit into fair territory

    • 6. (of hair or complexion) light; blond:

      a pretty girl with long fair hair

    • 7. (of a person) having a light complexion or blond hair:

      he's very fair with blue eyes

    • 8. considerable though not outstanding in size or amount:

      he did a fair bit of coaching

    • 9. moderately good though not outstandingly so:

      he believes he has a fair chance of success

    • 10. (of weather) fine and dry:

      a fair autumn day

    • 11. (of the wind) favorable:

      they set sail with a fair wind

    • 12. beautiful: attractive:

      the fairest of her daughters

    • 13. (of words, a speech, or a promise) false, despite being initially attractive or pleasing; specious:

      the Sophists have plenty of brave words and fair devices

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. without cheating or trying to achieve unjust advantage:

      no one could say he played fair

    • 2. to a high degree:

      she'll be fair delighted to see you

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a beautiful woman:

      pursuing his fair in a solitary street

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of the weather) become fine:

      looks like it's fairing off some

    • ph.
      one of the Shetland Islands, lying about halfway between Orkney and the main Shetland group.
    • n.
      traditional multicoloured geometric designs used in woollen knitwear:
    • Fair Isle sweaters

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    • adj. having light-coloured hair.

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    • adj. having light-colored hair.

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    • ph.
      one of the Shetland Islands, lying about halfway between Orkney and the main Shetland group.
    • n.
      traditional multicolored geometric designs used in woolen knitwear:
    • Fair Isle sweaters

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    • IPA[fɛː]

    英式

    • adj.
      treating people equally without favouritism or discrimination:
    • the group has achieved fair and equal representation for all its members

      a fairer distribution of wealth

    • adv.
      without cheating or trying to achieve unjust advantage:
    • no one could say he played fair
    • n.
      a beautiful woman:
    • pursuing his fair in a solitary street
    • v.
      (of the weather) become fine:
    • looks like it's fairing off some

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    • IPA[fɛː]

    英式

    • n.
      a gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment:
    • I won a goldfish at the fair

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    • IPA[fer]

    美式

    • n.
      a gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment.

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    • IPA[fɛː]

    英式

    • v.
      smooth the lines of (a vehicle, boat, or aircraft) to reduce drag; streamline:
    • we've sanded and faired the hull and have primed it for winter

      faired bikes are much more comfortable for doing longer distances

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    • IPA[fer]

    美式

    • v.
      smooth the lines of (a vehicle, boat, or aircraft) to reduce drag; streamline:
    • we've sanded and faired the hull and have primed it for winter

      faired bikes are much more comfortable for doing longer distances

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  2. 知識+

    • fair enough and not really

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    • 請問大家一句英文句”it's not fair”的意思

      在這邊fair =公平 it's not fair ===不公平 一般都是用在 ...對某人 不公平 It's not fair to her It's not fair to me fair 其它常用意思 ==> 美麗...

    • Fair enough 有哪些意思?

      fair enough用在, 如A與B因發生車禍在爭吵 , B對A說...最後說"這樣子好了, 1萬塊總可以了吧!? A說"FAIR ENOUGH這才公平/這還差不多/這才像話" 所以是 2. 聽起來滿公平...