- of high quality；(of a person) worthy of or eliciting admiration
- very small particles found in mining, milling, etc.
- in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well
- clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production.；(of liquid) become clear
verb: fine, 3rd person present: fines, gerund or present participle: fining, past tense: fined, past participle: fined
- 1. of high quality this was a fine piece of filmmaking fine wines 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a person) worthy of or eliciting admiration what a fine human being he is 同義詞
- ▪ good; satisfactory relations in the group were fine 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ used to express one's agreement with or acquiescence to something anything you want is fine by me, Linda he said such a solution would be fine
- ▪ in good health and feeling well “I'm fine, just fine. And you?” 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of the weather) bright and clear it was another fine winter day 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ of imposing and dignified appearance or size a very fine Elizabethan mansion 同義詞
- ▪ (of speech or writing) sounding impressive and grand but ultimately insincere fine words seemed to produce few practical benefits
- ▪ denoting or displaying a state of good, though not excellent, preservation in stamps, books, coins, etc.
- ▪ (of gold or silver) containing a specified high proportion of pure metal the coin is struck in .986 fine gold
- 2. (of a thread, filament, or person's hair) thin I have always had fine and dry hair 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a point) sharp I sharpened the leads to a fine point 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ consisting of small particles the soils were all fine silt 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ having or requiring an intricate delicacy of touch exquisitely fine work 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of something abstract) subtle and therefore perceived only with difficulty and care there is a fine distinction between misrepresenting the truth and lying 同義詞
- ▪ (of a physical faculty) sensitive and discriminating he has a fine eye for the detail and texture of social scenery
- 1. very small particles found in mining, milling, etc.
- 1. informal in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well “And how's the job-hunting going?” “Oh, fine.”
- 1. clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production. 同義詞
- ▪ (of liquid) become clear the ale hadn't had quite time to fine down
- 2. make or become thinner she'd certainly fined down—her face was thinner it can be fined right down to the finished shape 同義詞
那是最高級的使用法，意思為"最"美好的~! 原型為"Fine" 形容詞變化為 Fine, Finer, Finest 動詞變化為 Fined, Fined, Fining
1.How fine the quality of this journal is ? 通常用How開頭的句子用於口語句...最有可能為： ->這本日記簿(雜誌, 日報)的質感有多好？ 此句中的 how fine的 how 可翻譯為 多少 ； 此句中的 how fine的 fine 可翻譯為 質感。 2...
...call be the sun, be the sun 明天開始讓太陽來喚醒我 成為一個太陽 some day, some fine day 某天 某個美好的一天 we will all sing 我們會一起高歌 some day, some fine...