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  1. fine

    • IPA[fʌɪn]

    英式

    • adj.
      of very high quality; very good of its kind;worthy of or eliciting admiration
    • n.
      very small particles found in mining, milling, etc.
    • adv.
      in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well;behind the wicket and close to the line of flight of the ball when it is bowled.
    • v.
      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

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. of very high quality; very good of its kind:

      this was a fine piece of film-making

      fine wines

    • 2. worthy of or eliciting admiration:

      what a fine human being he is

      a fine musician

    • 3. good; satisfactory:

      relations in the group were fine

    • 4. 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

    • 5. in good health and feeling well:

      ‘I'm fine, just fine. And you?’

    • 6. (of the weather) bright and clear:

      it was another fine winter day

    • 7. imposing or impressive in appearance:

      Donleavy was a fine figure of a man

    • 8. (of speech or writing) sounding impressive and grand but ultimately insincere:

      fine words seemed to produce few practical benefits

    • 9. denoting or displaying a state of good, though not excellent, preservation in stamps, books, coins, etc.
    • 10. (of gold or silver) containing a specified high proportion of pure metal:

      the coin is struck in .986 fine gold

    • 11. very thin or narrow:

      a fine nylon thread

      fine flyaway hair

    • 12. (of a point) sharp:

      I sharpened the leads to a fine point

    • 13. made or consisting of small particles:

      the soils were all fine silt

    • 14. of delicate or intricate workmanship or structure:

      fine bone china

    • 15. (of something abstract) subtle and therefore perceived only with difficulty and care:

      there is a fine distinction between misrepresenting the truth and lying

    • 16. (of a physical faculty) sensitive and discriminating:

      he has a fine eye for the detail and texture of social scenery

    • 17. directed or stationed behind the wicket and close to the line of flight of the ball when it is bowled.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. very small particles found in mining, milling, etc.
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well:

      ‘And how's the job-hunting going?’ ‘Oh, fine.’

      mother and baby are both doing fine

    • 2. behind the wicket and close to the line of flight of the ball when it is bowled.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production.
    • 2. (of liquid) become clear.
    • 3. make or become thinner:

      she'd certainly fined down—her face was thinner

    • 4. (of the weather) become bright and clear.
    • n. a substance used for clarifying liquid, especially beer or wine:

    • the process is interrupted to add hops, caramel, and finings

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    • n. a substance used for clarifying liquid, especially beer or wine:

    • the process is interrupted to add hops, caramel, and finings

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    • IPA[fīn]

    美式

    • adj.
      of high quality:
    • this was a fine piece of filmmaking

      fine wines

    • n.
      very small particles found in mining, milling, etc.
    • adv.
      in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well:
    • “And how's the job-hunting going?” “Oh, fine.”
    • v.
      clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production.

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    • IPA[fēn]

    美式

    • n.
      French brandy of high quality made from distilled wine rather than from pomace.

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    • IPA[fiːn]

    英式

    • n.
      French brandy of high quality made from distilled wine rather than from pomace.

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    • IPA[fʌɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      a sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority:
    • a parking fine
    • v.
      punish (someone) for an illegal or illicit act by making them pay a sum of money:
    • she was fined £1500 for driving offences

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    • IPA[fīn]

    美式

    • n.
      a sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority:
    • a parking fine
    • v.
      punish (someone) by making them pay a sum of money, typically as a penalty for breaking the law:
    • he was fined $600 and sentenced to one day in jail

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