Word: fine

Category: fine

Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Beauty & Fitness

Related words: fine

fine arts, fine art, fine hair, fine dining, fine china, fine jewelry, fine line, fine wine, fine furniture, just fine, bernie fine, fine art america, fine by me, double fine, haircuts, hairstyles, short hairstyles

Synonyms: fine

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: fine

spanish
delgado, tenue, delicado, bonito, fino, ...


german
strafe, zart, schön, geldstrafe, geldbuße, ...

french
ténu, exquis, doux, distingué, mince, ...

italian
elegante, ammenda, delicato, fino, fine, ...

portuguese
multar, belo, bonito, a coimar, coimas, ...

dutch
fijn, gevoelig, fraai, knap, net, ...

russian
красный, тоньше, первоклассный, замечательный, превосходный, ...

norwegian
skjønn, fin, vakker, mulkt, bot, ...

swedish
skön, böter, fin, vacker

finnish
hyvä, mainiosti, mainio, hieno, viehkeä, ...

danish
smuk, skøn, bøde, fin

czech
tenký, úžasně, vybraný, konec, čistý, ...

polish
ładny, karny, miałki, świetny, kara, ...

hungarian
kicsinosított, apróra, bravúrosan, finoman, finomra, ...

turkish
iyi, hassas, zarif, ince

greek
φίνος, πρόστιμο, ψιλή, αίθριος

ukrainian
гарний, виблискуючий, точний, хороша, сухій

albanian
bukur

bulgarian
глоба

estonian
peen

croatian
divan, globa, fini, krasan, fino, ...

icelandic
fínn, ágætlega, ágætur

latin
elegans, pulcher

lithuanian
plonas, puikus, gerai, subtilus, bauda, ...

latvian
sīks, smalks, jauks

romanian
foc, fin, amendă

slovenian
kazen

slovak
fajn, dobre, hebký, jemný

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The meaning and "use of": fine

adjective
  • of high quality.
  • (of a thread, filament, or person's hair) thin.

adverb
  • in a satisfactory or pleasing manner; very well.

noun
  • very small particles found in mining, milling, etc..
  • a sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority.

verb
  • clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production.
  • make or become thinner.
  • punish (someone) by making them pay a sum of money, typically as a penalty for breaking the law.

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