fine definition

  • adjective:
    • Of exceptional quality, ability, or appearance: an excellent time; an excellent publisher.
    • really small in proportions, body weight, or width: fine kind; fine report.
    • Of superior high quality, skill, or appearance: an excellent time; a fine blogger.
    • Free from impurities.
    • really small in dimensions, body weight, or width: good type; good report.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure metal in a specified percentage or quantity: gold 21 carats fine.
    • Of superior quality, skill, or look: an excellent day; a fine author.
    • without impurities.
    • really razor-sharp; keen: a blade with a fine advantage.
    • Very small in size, fat, or thickness: fine kind; good report.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure steel in a specified proportion or quantity: gold 21 carats fine.
    • free of impurities.
    • Thin; slender: fine hairs.
    • extremely sharp; keen: a blade with an excellent side.
    • Exhibiting mindful and fragile art: good china. See Synonyms at delicate.
    • Thin; slim: good hairs.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure steel in a specified percentage or quantity: silver 21 carats good.
    • extremely razor-sharp; keen: a blade with a superb side.
    • Exhibiting cautious and fine art: good china. See Synonyms at delicate.
    • Consisting of tiny particles; not coarse: fine dust.
    • slim; thin: good hairs.
    • comprising tiny particles; not coarse: fine dirt.
    • discreet or accurate: an excellent difference.
    • capable of making or identify effects of great subtlety or precision; delicate: has actually an excellent eye for color.
    • subdued or exact: a superb distinction.
    • Trained to the greatest degree of actual performance: a superb racehorse.
    • Able to make or identify outcomes of great subtlety or precision; sensitive: has a superb attention for color.
    • Characterized by refinement or elegance.
    • Trained to the best level of actual performance: a fine racehorse.
    • Satisfactory; acceptable: Handing inside report on Monday is okay.
    • described as refinement or beauty.
    • becoming in a state of satisfactory wellness; quite well: i am good. And you also?
    • Satisfactory; acceptable: Handing inside paper on Monday is okay.
    • Used as an intensive: a fine mess.
    • Of exceptional quality.
    • Of a particular class of quality, often between great and incredibly good, and below mint.
    • Sunny and not raining.
    • becoming acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • composed of especially minute particulate; made up of specially little pieces.
    • Particularly slender; especially thin, narrow, or of small girth.
    • Of exceptional quality, ability, or look: a fine time; a superb author.
    • Made of thin or slim filaments.
    • Subtle, delicately balanced.
    • Behind the batsman at a little angle to your line amongst the wickets.
    • really small in proportions, fat, or depth: fine type; fine paper.
    • Free from impurities.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure metal in a specified percentage or amount: silver 21 carats fine.
    • Exhibiting careful and fragile artistry: fine china. See Synonyms at delicate.
    • Being in circumstances of satisfactory health; quite nicely: I'm fine. And also you?
    • extremely razor-sharp; keen: a blade with a superb side.
    • comprising very small particles; perhaps not coarse: fine dust.
    • Used as an intensive: an excellent mess.
    • Thin; slim: good hairs.
    • delicate or precise: a superb distinction.
    • Able to make or detect ramifications of great subtlety or accuracy; sensitive and painful: features a fine eye for color.
    • displaying mindful and delicate artistry: good china. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • taught to the highest amount of real effectiveness: an excellent racehorse.
    • Characterized by sophistication or style.
    • composed of tiny particles; perhaps not coarse: fine dust.
    • Satisfactory; acceptable: Handing within report on Monday is okay.
    • slight or precise: a superb huge difference.
    • becoming in circumstances of satisfactory wellness; quite nicely: i am good. And you?
    • Able to make or detect aftereffects of great subtlety or accuracy; sensitive and painful: has actually a superb eye for color.
    • Used as an intensive: an excellent mess.
    • Trained to the best degree of physical performance: a superb racehorse.
    • described as sophistication or elegance.
    • Satisfactory; appropriate: Handing in your paper on Monday is fine.
    • Being in circumstances of satisfactory wellness; quite well: I'm good. And also you?
    • applied as an intensive: a fine mess.
    • Finished; taken to excellence; processed; for this reason, without impurity; excellent; superior; elegant; worth admiration; carried out; stunning.
    • intending at show or impact; loaded with ornament; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • Of exceptional quality.
    • sweet; delicate; subdued; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • Of a certain quality of quality, frequently between very good and extremely fine, and below mint.
    • perhaps not coarse, gross, or hefty.
    • maybe not gross; subtile; thin; tenous.
    • maybe not coarse; comminuted; in small particles.
    • Of superior quality.
    • Of a certain level of quality, generally between excellent and extremely fine, and below mint.
    • Sunny and never raining.
    • becoming acceptable, sufficient, passable, or satisfactory.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • composed of particularly minute particulate; consists of specifically small pieces.
    • specially slender; particularly slim, narrow, or of small girth.
    • Sunny rather than raining.
    • manufactured from slender or thin filaments.
    • becoming appropriate, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
    • subdued, delicately balanced.
    • Not dense or hefty; slender; filmy.
    • Behind the batsman and at a tiny perspective to your line between the wickets.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • manufactured from fine products; light; fragile.
    • Good-looking, appealing.
    • Of superior high quality.
    • comprising particularly small particulate; comprised of particularly little pieces.
    • Of a specific quality of quality, generally between great and incredibly fine, and below mint.
    • especially slender; especially thin, narrow, or of little girth.
    • Sunny rather than raining.
    • Being acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
    • Good-looking, appealing.
    • composed of particularly minute particulate; consists of specially small pieces.
    • specifically slender; specially slim, narrow, or of little girth.
    • made from slender or slim filaments.
    • made from thin or thin filaments.
    • Having (such) a proportion of pure material with its structure.
    • subdued, delicately balanced.
    • Subtle, delicately balanced.
    • (Pre-owned ironically.)
    • Behind the batsman and at a little direction towards line involving the wickets.
    • Behind the batsman at a small angle toward range amongst the wickets.
    • Finished; taken to excellence; refined; hence, without impurity; exemplary; superior; elegant; worthy of admiration; carried out; stunning.
    • intending at tv show or impact; laden with decoration; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • Nice; fine; subtle; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • perhaps not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • maybe not gross; subtile; slim; tenous.
    • maybe not coarse; comminuted; in little particles.
    • Not dense or hefty; slender; filmy.
    • slim; attenuate; keen.
    • manufactured from fine products; light; delicate.
    • Having (such) a proportion of pure material with its structure.
    • (Used ironically.)
    • Finished; brought to excellence; refined; thus, without impurity; excellent; superior; elegant; worthy of admiration; achieved; breathtaking.
    • intending at program or effect; packed with decoration; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • sweet; fine; simple; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • maybe not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • perhaps not gross; subtile; slim; tenous.
    • Not coarse; comminuted; in tiny particles.
    • Not dense or hefty; slender; filmy.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • manufactured from good materials; light; fragile.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure material with its structure.
    • (Pre-owned ironically.)
    • Of superior high quality, skill, or look: an excellent day; a superb blogger.
    • Of exceptional quality, ability, or appearance: a fine day; a fine journalist.
    • Of exceptional quality, skill, or appearance: a fine time; a superb copywriter.
    • Of exceptional quality, ability, or appearance: an excellent day; a superb copywriter.
    • really small in proportions, fat, or thickness: fine kind; fine paper.
    • Very small in size, weight, or width: fine type; fine report.
    • really small in dimensions, fat, or thickness: fine kind; fine paper.
    • Free from impurities.
    • clear of impurities.
    • clear of impurities.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure steel in a specified percentage or quantity: silver 21 carats good.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure material in a specified proportion or amount: gold 21 carats good.
    • Finished; delivered to excellence; refined; thus, free of impurity; exemplary; superior; elegant; worthy of admiration; accomplished; stunning.
    • extremely razor-sharp; keen: a blade with an excellent edge.
    • Very razor-sharp; keen: a blade with a fine edge.
    • Aiming at tv show or effect; packed with ornament; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • slim; slender: good hairs.
    • slim; slim: good hairs.
    • kind; delicate; discreet; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • Exhibiting mindful and fine artistry: fine china. See Synonyms at delicate.
    • comprising really small particles; perhaps not coarse: fine dust.
    • maybe not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • Exhibiting careful and fine art: good china. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • perhaps not gross; subtile; thin; tenous.
    • delicate or accurate: a fine distinction.
    • Very small in dimensions, weight, or thickness: fine type; good paper.
    • Of superior high quality, ability, or appearance: a superb time; an excellent copywriter.
    • composed of tiny particles; not coarse: fine dirt.
    • Able to make or detect aftereffects of great subtlety or accuracy; sensitive: has an excellent attention for shade.
    • without impurities.
    • maybe not coarse; comminuted; in tiny particles.
    • tiny in size, weight, or width: good type; fine report.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure material in a specified proportion or quantity: gold 21 carats good.
    • free of impurities.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure steel in a specified proportion or amount: gold 21 carats fine.
    • Not dense or heavy; slender; filmy.
    • taught to the best degree of actual effectiveness: an excellent racehorse.
    • refined or exact: an excellent difference.
    • Very sharp; keen: a blade with an excellent edge.
    • slim; attenuate; keen.
    • really sharp; keen: a blade with an excellent advantage.
    • Metallurgy Containing pure material in a specified percentage or amount: gold 21 carats fine.
    • Able to make or identify results of great subtlety or precision; sensitive and painful: features a fine eye for shade.
    • described as sophistication or elegance.
    • Thin; slim: good hairs.
    • Trained to the highest level of actual effectiveness: a fine racehorse.
    • Made of good products; light; fragile.
    • Very sharp; keen: a blade with a superb side.
    • Satisfactory; acceptable: Handing in your report on Monday is okay.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure metal in its structure.
    • free from impurities; having a higher or specified degree of purity
    • Characterized by sophistication or beauty.
    • Exhibiting cautious and fine art: fine china. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • Thin; slim: good hairs.
    • Being in a state of satisfactory health; very well: i am fine. And you also?
    • Thin; thin: good hairs.
    • (Used ironically.)
    • Used as an intensive: an excellent mess.
    • Exhibiting mindful and fine art: good china. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • minutely precise particularly in variations in indicating
    • composed of very small particles; not coarse: fine dirt.
    • Satisfactory; appropriate: Handing in your paper on Monday is okay.
    • Exhibiting careful and fragile artistry: good china. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • refined or accurate: a fine distinction.
    • Consisting of very small particles; perhaps not coarse: fine dirt.
    • Being in a state of satisfactory wellness; quite nicely: I'm fine. And you?
    • Able to make or identify effects of great subtlety or precision; painful and sensitive: has actually a fine attention for color.
    • Consisting of tiny particles; perhaps not coarse: fine dust.
    • Subtle or accurate: a superb distinction.
    • applied as an intensive: an excellent mess.
    • delicate or precise: a superb huge difference.
    • Trained to the highest degree of actual performance: an excellent racehorse.
    • capable of making or detect results of great subtlety or accuracy; sensitive: features an excellent attention for color.
    • of textures that are smooth to the touch or substances comprising relatively small particles
    • Trained to the best degree of real effectiveness: a superb racehorse.
    • described as refinement or style.
    • Able to make or identify outcomes of great subtlety or precision; sensitive: has a fine eye for color.
    • characterized by elegance or sophistication or success
    • Characterized by refinement or elegance.
    • Satisfactory; acceptable: Handing in your report on Monday is fine.
    • taught to the highest amount of real efficiency: an excellent racehorse.
    • becoming in a state of satisfactory health; quite well: I'm good. And you also?
    • slim in thickness or diameter
    • described as sophistication or beauty.
    • becoming satisfactory or in satisfactory problem
    • Satisfactory; appropriate: Handing in your report on Monday is fine.
    • Used as a rigorous: an excellent mess.
    • Satisfactory; appropriate: Handing in your report on Monday is fine.
    • becoming in a state of satisfactory wellness; quite well: i am fine. And you also?
    • Used as an intensive: a superb mess.
    • becoming in a state of satisfactory wellness; quite well: i am good. While?
    • applied as an extensive: an excellent mess.
    • Of superior quality.
    • Of a certain quality of quality, frequently between great and extremely fine, and below mint.
    • Sunny rather than raining.
    • Being acceptable, sufficient, passable, or satisfactory.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • Of exceptional high quality.
    • Of exceptional high quality.
    • comprising especially minute particulate; made up of specifically small pieces.
    • Of a specific quality of high quality, usually between great and very good, and below mint.
    • specially slender; particularly thin, narrow, or of small girth.
    • Of a certain quality of high quality, typically between great and very fine, and below mint.
    • made from thin or slim filaments.
    • Sunny rather than raining.
    • free of impurities; having increased or specified level of purity
    • minutely precise especially in differences in indicating
    • slight, delicately balanced.
    • Being acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • Behind the batsman at a small angle towards line amongst the wickets.
    • Of exceptional quality.
    • Of a particular class of high quality, typically between great and extremely good, and below mint.
    • free from impurities; having a high or specified level of purity
    • Sunny and not raining.
    • of designs being smooth to the touch or substances consisting of relatively tiny particles
    • Being appropriate, sufficient, passable, or satisfactory.
    • minutely exact especially in differences in indicating
    • characterized by elegance or sophistication or accomplishment
    • Of superior high quality.
    • Good-looking, appealing.
    • thin thick or diameter
    • Of a particular class of high quality, generally between good and incredibly good, and below mint.
    • composed of specially minute particulate; contains specifically little pieces.
    • Consisting of specially minute particulate; made up of especially small pieces.
    • Sunny rather than raining.
    • Sunny and not raining.
    • becoming satisfactory or perhaps in satisfactory condition
    • Particularly slender; particularly thin, narrow, or of small girth.
    • becoming acceptable, sufficient, passable, or satisfactory.
    • becoming acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
    • specially slender; especially slim, narrow, or of small girth.
    • Made of slim or slim filaments.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • Good-looking, attractive.
    • of designs that are smooth to the touch or substances consisting of fairly little particles
    • Made of slim or thin filaments.
    • described as elegance or refinement or success
    • comprising specially small particulate; comprised of especially small pieces.
    • comprising especially minute particulate; contains particularly tiny pieces.
    • discreet, delicately balanced.
    • discreet, delicately balanced.
    • thin thick or diameter
    • specifically slender; specifically slim, narrow, or of little girth.
    • Particularly slender; particularly slim, thin, or of little girth.
    • Behind the batsman and at a small perspective toward range involving the wickets.
    • Behind the batsman and at a small position to your range between the wickets.
    • being satisfactory or perhaps in satisfactory condition
    • Made of slender or thin filaments.
    • made from slender or thin filaments.
    • Subtle, delicately balanced.
    • Subtle, delicately balanced.
    • Behind the batsman and at a small direction towards the range between the wickets.
    • Behind the batsman and also at a little position to the range between the wickets.
    • Finished; delivered to brilliance; processed; hence, without impurity; exceptional; exceptional; elegant; worth admiration; carried out; gorgeous.
    • intending at program or impact; loaded with decoration; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • sweet; fine; refined; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • perhaps not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • perhaps not gross; subtile; thin; tenous.
    • perhaps not coarse; comminuted; in tiny particles.
    • maybe not thick or heavy; slender; filmy.
    • Finished; delivered to excellence; processed; for this reason, free of impurity; exceptional; exceptional; elegant; worth admiration; carried out; beautiful.
    • Finished; taken to brilliance; refined; for this reason, free from impurity; exemplary; superior; elegant; worth admiration; achieved; beautiful.
    • Finished; taken to excellence; processed; thus, free from impurity; excellent; exceptional; elegant; worthy of admiration; carried out; gorgeous.
    • Aiming at tv show or result; full of decoration; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • Aiming at tv show or effect; full of decoration; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • intending at show or impact; packed with ornament; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • kind; fragile; discreet; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • sweet; delicate; refined; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • kind; fine; slight; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • Made of fine materials; light; delicate.
    • maybe not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • perhaps not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • maybe not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure steel with its structure.
    • (Used ironically.)
    • maybe not gross; subtile; slim; tenous.
    • Finished; taken to excellence; processed; hence, free from impurity; exemplary; exceptional; elegant; worth admiration; accomplished; breathtaking.
    • maybe not coarse; comminuted; in tiny particles.
    • Aiming at tv show or impact; laden with ornament; overdressed or overdecorated; showy.
    • maybe not thick or heavy; slender; filmy.
    • maybe not gross; subtile; slim; tenous.
    • kind; delicate; subtle; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • Not coarse; comminuted; in tiny particles.
    • Not coarse, gross, or heavy.
    • made from good materials; light; delicate.
    • maybe not dense or hefty; slender; filmy.
    • perhaps not gross; subtile; thin; tenous.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure steel with its structure.
    • perhaps not coarse; comminuted; in little particles.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • (Pre-owned ironically.)
    • perhaps not thick or heavy; slender; filmy.
    • manufactured from good products; light; delicate.
    • Thin; attenuate; keen.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure material in its structure.
    • Made of fine products; light; fragile.
    • (Pre-owned ironically.)
    • maybe not gross; subtile; slim; tenous.
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure material with its structure.
    • Not coarse; comminuted; in small particles.
    • (Pre-owned ironically.)
    • perhaps not thick or heavy; slender; filmy.
    • slim; attenuate; keen.
    • without impurities; having a high or specified level of purity
    • Made of good products; light; fragile.
    • minutely exact especially in differences in indicating
    • Having (these types of) a proportion of pure metal with its composition.
    • (utilized ironically.)
    • of textures which can be smooth to touch or substances composed of reasonably tiny particles
    • described as beauty or sophistication or accomplishment
    • thin thick or diameter
    • becoming satisfactory or in satisfactory condition
    • free of impurities; having a higher or specified amount of purity
    • minutely accurate particularly in differences in meaning
    • of designs which can be smooth to the touch or substances comprising reasonably small particles
    • described as style or refinement or accomplishment
    • slim in thickness or diameter
    • becoming satisfactory or in satisfactory condition
    • free of impurities; having a high or specified degree of purity
    • minutely precise particularly in variations in definition
    • of textures that are smooth to touch or substances comprising reasonably small particles
    • characterized by style or refinement or achievement
    • slim thick or diameter
    • being satisfactory or in satisfactory problem
    • clear of impurities; having increased or specified amount of purity
    • minutely accurate particularly in variations in indicating
    • clear of impurities; having increased or specified level of purity
    • minutely precise especially in differences in meaning
    • of designs that are smooth to the touch or substances consisting of reasonably small particles
    • described as elegance or refinement or accomplishment
    • of designs which are smooth to touch or substances composed of reasonably small particles
    • thin in thickness or diameter
    • characterized by beauty or sophistication or achievement
    • being satisfactory or perhaps in satisfactory problem
    • thin thick or diameter
    • being satisfactory or perhaps in satisfactory condition
    • free of impurities; having a high or specified level of purity
    • minutely precise especially in differences in meaning
    • of textures that are smooth to the touch or substances consisting of relatively little particles
    • described as style or refinement or accomplishment
    • slim thick or diameter
    • being satisfactory or in satisfactory problem
  • adverb:
    • Finely.
    • Informal perfectly: doing good.
    • phrase of contract
    • well, nicely, in a positive way
    • Carefully.
    • Informal perfectly: performing fine.
    • carefully.
    • Informal perfectly: doing good.
    • Finely.
    • casual perfectly: performing good.
    • phrase of contract
    • well, nicely, in an optimistic means
    • phrase of arrangement
    • really, well, in an optimistic method
    • appearance of contract
    • well, nicely, in a positive method
    • carefully; well; elegantly; completely; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a fashion so the driven baseball hits the item ball so far to a single side on be deflected but little, the thing ball becoming driven to one part.
    • carefully; really; elegantly; completely; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a manner so that the driven baseball hits the item baseball up to now to at least one part on be deflected but bit, the object basketball being driven to 1 side.
    • Finely; well; elegantly; completely; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a way so your driven ball hits the thing ball so far to a single side regarding be deflected but little, the object baseball being driven to a single side.
    • in a delicate way
    • an expression of arrangement usually occurring at the start of a sentence
    • Finely.
    • Informal Very well: performing fine.
    • Finely.
    • Informal well: performing good.
    • Carefully.
    • Informal perfectly: performing good.
    • Carefully.
    • carefully; well; elegantly; fully; delicately; mincingly.
    • Finely.
    • In a fashion so your driven basketball hits the thing baseball thus far to one part regarding be deflected but bit, the thing ball becoming driven to 1 side.
    • Informal perfectly: doing good.
    • Informal Very well: doing fine.
    • in a delicate way
    • an expression of contract ordinarily occurring at the start of a sentence
    • phrase of arrangement
    • in a delicate manner
    • really, well, in a confident method
    • an expression of contract usually occurring at the start of a sentence
    • expression of contract
    • expression of agreement
    • really, well, in an optimistic method
    • really, nicely, in a positive way
    • phrase of contract
    • expression of agreement
    • well, well, in an optimistic means
    • well, nicely, in a positive means
    • carefully; really; elegantly; completely; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a fashion so that the driven basketball strikes the item basketball up to now to one side on be deflected but bit, the thing basketball becoming driven to 1 side.
    • carefully; really; elegantly; totally; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a fashion so that the driven baseball strikes the thing baseball thus far to a single side as to be deflected but little, the object baseball becoming driven to at least one part.
    • Finely; well; elegantly; completely; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a fashion so your driven ball hits the item ball to date to at least one part on be deflected but little, the object basketball becoming driven to one side.
    • in a delicate manner
    • an expression of agreement typically occurring at the beginning of a sentence
    • Finely; really; elegantly; totally; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a way so your driven basketball hits the thing baseball thus far to 1 side on be deflected but bit, the object baseball being driven to at least one side.
    • Finely; really; elegantly; fully; delicately; mincingly.
    • In a manner so the driven basketball strikes the object baseball thus far to one part as to be deflected but bit, the object basketball becoming driven to a single side.
    • in a delicate way
    • a manifestation of agreement generally happening at the beginning of a sentence
    • in a delicate manner
    • an expression of contract typically happening at the start of a sentence
    • in a delicate way
    • in a delicate manner
    • a manifestation of agreement ordinarily occurring at the beginning of a sentence
    • a manifestation of contract ordinarily happening at the start of a sentence
    • in a delicate fashion
    • an expression of arrangement usually happening at the beginning of a sentence
  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make or be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To need the repayment of a superb off; impose a fine on.
    • to help make or come to be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To need the repayment of a superb off; impose an excellent concerning.
    • to create or be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • to create or be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To need the repayment of a fine off; impose a superb concerning.
    • To require the payment of a superb from; enforce an excellent on.
    • which will make fine; to improve; to cleanse, to clarify.
    • To make finer, or less coarse, as in bulk, texture, etc.; as. to fine the soil.
    • to improve by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's outlines, to decrease the woman lines slowly.
    • to create good; to improve; to purify, to make clear.
    • which will make finer, or less coarse, as with bulk, surface, etc.; as. to fine the earth.
    • To change by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's lines, to decrease her outlines slowly.
    • To enforce a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of legislation; setting a fine on by view of a court; to punish by good; to mulct.
    • To impose a pecuniary punishment upon for an offense or breach of legislation; to create a superb on by view of a court; to penalize by good; to mulct.
    • to help make good; to refine; to purify, to make clear.
    • which will make finer, or less coarse, as with bulk, texture, etc.; as. to fine the earth.
    • to improve by fine gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's outlines, to diminish the woman outlines gradually.
    • To enforce a pecuniary punishment upon for an offense or breach of law; to set an excellent on by judgment of a court; to punish by fine; to mulct.
    • to help make fine; to improve; to cleanse, to simplify.
    • to create finer, or less coarse, such as volume, surface, etc.; as. to fine the earth.
    • to help make or become finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • to alter by fine gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's lines, to diminish her outlines gradually.
    • to produce or be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To need the repayment of a superb from; impose a superb concerning.
    • To enforce a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of law; to set a superb on by view of a court; to punish by fine; to mulct.
    • To make or become finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To need the repayment of an excellent off; enforce an excellent concerning.
    • to produce or come to be finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To make or become finer, purer, or cleaner.
    • To require the repayment of an excellent from; enforce a superb concerning.
    • To need the payment of a fine off; impose a superb concerning.
    • To require the payment of an excellent off; enforce a superb concerning.
    • to produce fine; to refine; to purify, to simplify.
    • to create finer, or less coarse, as in volume, texture, etc.; as. to fine the soil.
    • To change by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's outlines, to decrease the woman lines gradually.
    • to create good; to refine; to purify, to simplify.
    • to help make finer, or less coarse, as in volume, texture, etc.; as. to fine the earth.
    • To enforce a pecuniary punishment upon for an offense or breach of law; to create an excellent on by judgment of a court; to discipline by good; to mulct.
    • to improve by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's lines, to decrease the woman lines gradually.
    • In order to make fine; to refine; to cleanse, to make clear.
    • To make finer, or less coarse, such as volume, texture, etc.; as. to fine the soil.
    • to alter by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's outlines, to diminish her lines slowly.
    • To impose a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of legislation; to set a fine on by wisdom of a court; to punish by fine; to mulct.
    • To impose a pecuniary punishment upon for an offense or breach of legislation; to create an excellent on by wisdom of a court; to discipline by fine; to mulct.
    • to create good; to improve; to purify, to explain.
    • to help make finer, or less coarse, as in volume, surface, etc.; as. to fine the soil.
    • To change by fine gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's lines, to diminish the woman outlines gradually.
    • To make good; to refine; to purify, to explain.
    • In order to make finer, or less coarse, as in bulk, texture, etc.; as. to fine the soil.
    • to improve by good gradations; as (Naut.), to fine down a ship's lines, to decrease the woman outlines slowly.
    • To enforce a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of legislation; setting a fine on by judgment of a court; to discipline by fine; to mulct.
    • To enforce a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of legislation; to set a superb on by view of a court; to penalize by fine; to mulct.
  • noun:
    • A sum of income expected to be paid as a penalty for an offense.
    • Law A forfeiture or punishment become compensated toward offended party in a civil action.
    • legislation An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • Obsolete a conclusion; a termination.
    • Music The Conclusion.
    • Fine champagne; French brandy.
    • a thing that is okay; good particles
    • A sum of money required to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • Law A forfeiture or penalty to be compensated to your offended celebration in a civil activity.
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking the law.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • Obsolete a finish; a termination.
    • The end of a musical composition.
    • The location in a musical score that indicates the termination of the piece, specially when the piece concludes somewhere in the midst of the rating due to a section of the music becoming duplicated.
    • Music The Conclusion.
    • A sum of money needed to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • Law A forfeiture or penalty to be compensated toward offended party in a civil activity.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • Obsolete a finish; a termination.
    • A sum of income required to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • legislation A forfeiture or penalty to-be paid to the offended celebration in a civil action.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • Music The end.
    • Obsolete an-end; a termination.
    • songs the finish.
    • Fine champagne; French brandy.
    • something which is okay; good particles
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking regulations.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • the place in a musical score that indicates the termination of the piece, particularly if the piece ends somewhere in the center of the score considering a section associated with the music being repeated.
    • End; summary; termination; extinction.
    • A sum of income compensated while the settlement of a claim, or through terminating a matter in dispute; particularly, a payment of income enforced upon a celebration as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • one last arrangement regarding lands or rents between individuals, once the lord and his vassal.
    • End; conclusion; termination; extinction.
    • A sum of income paid whilst the settlement of a claim, or by way of terminating a matter in dispute; especially, a payment of income imposed upon a celebration as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • A final arrangement regarding lands or rents between persons, due to the fact lord and his vassal.
    • A sum of money or cost taken care of getting an advantage, favor, or privilege, for admission to a copyhold, or even for acquiring or renewing a lease.
    • End; termination; conclusion.
    • Specifically The end of life; demise.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, usually fictitious, resorted to merely as a mode of conveyance of land. The individuals concerned within the transfer were made functions to a fictitious action, where the transferrer solemnly recognized the land becoming the house of this transferee, thus by obvious compromise putting an-end into the match. It absolutely was used really commonly as a means of putting an-end to an entail.
    • In feudal legislation: A final contract between people regarding places or rents, or amongst the lord and his vassal recommending the circumstances by which the latter should hold his lands.
    • A sum of cash paid by custom by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs exclusively to feudal tenures and those altered because of the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines were compensated generally at a transfer regarding the tenant's property by alienation or succession, but occasionally on various other occasions, since within death of the lord.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any sort; a mulct: as, a superb for assault; the fines recommended when you look at the constitution of a society.
    • good champagne; French brandy.
    • the sum of the cash therefore exacted.
    • something which is fine; fine particles
    • an understanding to accomplish anything, like in reparation or restitution; composition; atonement; penance.
    • Lastly; to close out; in conclusion.
    • A sum of cash or price taken care of getting good results, benefit, or privilege, for admission to a copyhold, or even for obtaining or renewing a lease.
    • A fee levied as discipline for breaking what the law states.
    • good champagne; French brandy.
    • The end of a musical composition.
    • the positioning in a musical rating that indicates the end of the piece, particularly when the piece finishes somewhere in the center of the score due to a section regarding the music becoming duplicated.
    • End; conclusion; cancellation; extinction.
    • A sum of income compensated once the settlement of a claim, or by means of terminating a matter in dispute; specially, a payment of cash imposed upon a party as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • your final arrangement regarding places or rents between individuals, as the lord and his vassal.
    • A sum of income or cost purchased obtaining an advantage, benefit, or privilege, as for entry to a copyhold, or for getting or renewing a lease.
    • End; termination; summary.
    • especially The end of life; demise.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, usually fictitious, resorted to merely as a mode of conveyance of land. The individuals worried when you look at the transfer were made functions to a fictitious action, in which the transferrer solemnly recognized the land is the property associated with the transferee, hence by obvious compromise putting a conclusion to the match. It had been made use of very frequently as a method of placing a conclusion to an entail.
    • In feudal legislation: A final contract between people regarding places or rents, or amongst the lord and his vassal prescribing the circumstances which the latter should hold their lands.
    • a thing that is okay; good particles
    • A sum of cash paid by customized by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs solely to feudal tenures also to those changed by the feudal legislation, as copyholds. Fines had been paid often at a transfer of this tenant's estate by alienation or succession, but sometimes on various other events, because in the loss of the lord.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any sort; a mulct: since, an excellent for assault; the fines prescribed in the constitution of a society.
    • End; cancellation; summary.
    • The sum of money therefore exacted.
    • Specifically The end of life; death.
    • an understanding to do one thing, such as reparation or restitution; composition; atonement; penance.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, usually fictitious, resorted to merely as a mode of conveyance of land. The people worried in transfer were made events to a fictitious activity, when the transferrer solemnly acknowledged the land to be the property regarding the transferee, thus by obvious compromise placing a conclusion towards the fit. It was utilized really generally as a way of placing an-end to an entail.
    • Lastly; to summarize; last but not least.
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking what the law states.
    • In feudal law: A final arrangement between people regarding places or rents, or between your lord and his vassal prescribing the problems by which the latter should hold their lands.
    • A sum of income compensated by custom by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from rent. This custom belongs solely to feudal tenures and to those changed by the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines were compensated often at a transfer of the tenant's property by alienation or succession, but often on various other events, as during the loss of the father.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • The location in a musical score that suggests the termination of the piece, specially when the piece stops someplace in the midst of the score because of a section for the songs being repeated.
    • The exaction of a money payment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: because, a fine for assault; the fines recommended in constitution of a society.
    • The sum of cash therefore exacted.
    • An agreement to-do one thing, as with reparation or restitution; structure; atonement; penance.
    • in summary; to close out; last but not least.
    • In musical notation, the term showing the termination of a repeated area, whether da capo or dal segno; in addition, the termination of a composition in lot of areas.
    • money removed as a penalty
    • End; summary; termination; extinction.
    • A sum of income necessary to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • A sum of money paid as settlement of a claim, or by way of terminating a matter in dispute; particularly, a payment of money imposed upon a celebration as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • Law A forfeiture or punishment is paid into the offended party in a civil action.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • your final contract regarding lands or rents between persons, once the lord and his vassal.
    • Obsolete a conclusion; a termination.
    • A sum of income necessary to be paid as a penalty for an offense.
    • A sum of income or price covered acquiring a benefit, benefit, or privilege, in terms of admission to a copyhold, or even for obtaining or renewing a lease.
    • Law A forfeiture or penalty to be paid on offended party in a civil action.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • Obsolete a finish; a termination.
    • A sum of money necessary to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • Musical The end.
    • Law A forfeiture or penalty is compensated into offended party in a civil activity.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • End; cancellation; summary.
    • Obsolete An end; a termination.
    • A sum of cash expected to be paid as a penalty for an offense.
    • especially the termination of life; death.
    • Law A forfeiture or punishment become compensated to your offended party in a civil activity.
    • A sum of income required to be compensated as a penalty for an offense.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, often fictitious, resorted to just as a mode of conveyance of land. The individuals concerned within the transfer were made events to a fictitious activity, where transferrer solemnly recognized the land is the property associated with the transferee, hence by evident compromise putting an end on fit. It had been made use of very generally as a method of placing a conclusion to an entail.
    • Law A forfeiture or penalty to be paid to the offended party in a civil action.
    • In feudal law: one last agreement between people regarding lands or rents, or between your lord and his vassal recommending the circumstances upon which the latter should hold his places.
    • Music The end.
    • Obsolete a conclusion; a termination.
    • Law An amicable settlement of a suit over land ownership.
    • A sum of income paid by customized by a tenant to their lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs entirely to feudal tenures and also to those altered because of the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines had been compensated usually at a transfer regarding the tenant's estate by alienation or succession, but occasionally on other events, as within death of god.
    • In music notation, the term suggesting the termination of a repeated part, whether da capo or dal segno; additionally, the end of a composition in lot of sections.
    • Music The Conclusion.
    • Obsolete An end; a termination.
    • The exaction of a money payment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: because, a fine for attack; the fines recommended within the constitution of a society.
    • The sum of cash so exacted.
    • an understanding to-do anything, like in reparation or restitution; structure; atonement; penance.
    • Music The end.
    • Finally; to summarize; in conclusion.
    • In musical notation, the term indicating the termination of a repeated section, whether da capo or dal segno; additionally, the end of a composition in a number of areas.
    • cash removed as a penalty
    • Music The end.
    • good champagne; French brandy.
    • something which is fine; good particles
    • money extracted as a penalty
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking the law.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • the area in a musical rating that shows the end of the piece, especially when the piece finishes somewhere in the midst of the score because of a section associated with songs being repeated.
    • good champagne; French brandy.
    • Fine wine; French brandy.
    • something that is fine; fine particles
    • something that is okay; good particles
    • good champagne; French brandy.
    • good wine; French brandy.
    • a thing that is fine; good particles
    • something that is okay; fine particles
    • A fee levied as discipline for breaking the law.
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking what the law states.
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking what the law states.
    • A fee levied as punishment for breaking what the law states.
    • the termination of a musical composition.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • the termination of a musical structure.
    • the positioning in a musical rating that shows the end of the piece, especially when the piece stops someplace in the midst of the score because a section associated with the songs being duplicated.
    • The location in a musical score that indicates the termination of the piece, specially when the piece concludes someplace in the middle of the rating because a section for the songs being duplicated.
    • the area in a musical score that shows the termination of the piece, particularly when the piece comes to an end someplace in the middle of the score considering a section for the music being repeated.
    • the area in a musical score that shows the termination of the piece, especially when the piece comes to an end somewhere in the middle of the score because a section of this music becoming repeated.
    • End; summary; cancellation; extinction.
    • A sum of money compensated as settlement of a claim, or by way of terminating a matter in dispute; particularly, a payment of income enforced upon a party as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • A final arrangement concerning places or rents between people, given that lord along with his vassal.
    • A sum of money or price taken care of getting a benefit, favor, or privilege, as for entry to a copyhold, or for getting or renewing a lease.
    • End; summary; cancellation; extinction.
    • A sum of cash paid whilst the settlement of a claim, or through terminating a matter in dispute; specially, a payment of income enforced upon an event as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • End; summary; cancellation; extinction.
    • A final contract concerning lands or rents between persons, whilst the lord and his vassal.
    • End; cancellation; summary.
    • A sum of income paid once the settlement of a claim, or by way of terminating a matter in dispute; especially, a payment of cash imposed upon an event as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • A sum of income or price purchased obtaining a benefit, benefit, or privilege, in terms of entry to a copyhold, or for obtaining or renewing a lease.
    • Specifically the termination of life; demise.
    • your final contract concerning lands or rents between people, given that lord and his vassal.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, often fictitious, resorted to merely as a mode of conveyance of land. The people concerned inside transfer had been made functions to a fictitious activity, where the transferrer solemnly acknowledged the land become the house of the transferee, therefore by obvious compromise placing an end on match. It was used extremely commonly as a means of putting an end to an entail.
    • In feudal law: your final arrangement between people concerning places or rents, or amongst the lord along with his vassal recommending the problems by which the latter should hold their lands.
    • A sum of money or cost purchased getting an advantage, benefit, or privilege, as for entry to a copyhold, and for acquiring or renewing a lease.
    • A sum of income paid by customized by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs entirely to feudal tenures and those modified by the feudal legislation, as copyholds. Fines had been compensated generally at a transfer for the tenant's property by alienation or succession, but often on various other occasions, because at the loss of the lord.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: because, a superb for attack; the fines prescribed when you look at the constitution of a society.
    • the sum cash so exacted.
    • In music notation, your message suggesting the end of a repeated part, whether da capo or dal segno; additionally, the end of a composition in several areas.
    • an understanding to do one thing, such as reparation or restitution; structure; atonement; penance.
    • to conclude; to summarize; last but not least.
    • End; cancellation; conclusion.
    • End; cancellation; summary.
    • Specifically The end of life; demise.
    • particularly the termination of life; death.
    • End; conclusion; cancellation; extinction.
    • In old English legislation, a judicial proceeding, frequently fictitious, resorted to merely as a mode of conveyance of land. The people worried within the transfer were made functions to a fictitious action, where transferrer solemnly recognized the land to be the home associated with the transferee, therefore by evident compromise putting a finish toward suit. It had been used really commonly as a means of putting an-end to an entail.
    • In old English legislation, a judicial proceeding, often fictitious, resorted to simply as a mode of conveyance of land. The persons worried when you look at the transfer were made functions to a fictitious activity, when the transferrer solemnly acknowledged the land is the house of this transferee, therefore by evident compromise putting a finish toward suit. It absolutely was utilized really frequently as a means of placing an-end to an entail.
    • A sum of money compensated given that settlement of a claim, or through terminating a matter in dispute; specially, a payment of cash enforced upon an event as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • In feudal law: one last contract between individuals regarding lands or rents, or amongst the lord and his vassal prescribing the circumstances on which the latter should hold their lands.
    • In feudal legislation: A final agreement between persons concerning lands or rents, or between your lord along with his vassal recommending the circumstances upon which the latter should hold his places.
    • cash extracted as a penalty
    • one last arrangement regarding lands or rents between people, given that lord and his vassal.
    • A sum of income compensated by customized by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This custom belongs exclusively to feudal tenures and to those changed because of the feudal legislation, as copyholds. Fines had been compensated usually at a transfer associated with tenant's estate by alienation or succession, but occasionally on various other occasions, as on death of god.
    • A sum of cash compensated by customized by a tenant to their lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs exclusively to feudal tenures and also to those modified by the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines were compensated usually at a transfer of tenant's estate by alienation or succession, but often on other events, as during the loss of the lord.
    • A sum of cash or price covered obtaining a benefit, benefit, or privilege, as for admission to a copyhold, or even for getting or renewing a lease.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: because, an excellent for attack; the fines prescribed in constitution of a society.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: since, a superb for attack; the fines recommended inside constitution of a society.
    • End; conclusion; cancellation; extinction.
    • A sum of money compensated once the settlement of a claim, or through terminating a matter in dispute; especially, a payment of cash imposed upon a celebration as a punishment for an offense; a mulct.
    • The sum of cash therefore exacted.
    • the sum of the cash therefore exacted.
    • An agreement to accomplish some thing, as with reparation or restitution; composition; atonement; penance.
    • An agreement to accomplish some thing, as with reparation or restitution; structure; atonement; penance.
    • your final arrangement concerning places or rents between individuals, given that lord and his vassal.
    • Finally; to conclude; in conclusion.
    • In conclusion; to close out; in conclusion.
    • A sum of income or cost covered acquiring an advantage, benefit, or privilege, as for entry to a copyhold, and for getting or renewing a lease.
    • End; cancellation; summary.
    • especially The end of life; demise.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, frequently fictitious, resorted to just as a mode of conveyance of land. The individuals worried in transfer were made functions to a fictitious activity, where transferrer solemnly recognized the land to-be the property associated with transferee, thus by obvious compromise putting an end on suit. It was used really generally as a means of placing an end to an entail.
    • In feudal legislation: your final arrangement between individuals regarding places or rents, or involving the lord and his vassal recommending the circumstances which the latter should hold their places.
    • A sum of money compensated by custom by a tenant to their lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This custom belongs exclusively to feudal tenures and to those customized because of the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines had been paid often at a transfer associated with tenant's estate by alienation or succession, but often on various other occasions, because during the loss of the lord.
    • End; termination; conclusion.
    • The exaction of a money payment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: since, a superb for attack; the fines recommended in constitution of a society.
    • especially the termination of life; death.
    • The sum of money so exacted.
    • In old English law, a judicial proceeding, often fictitious, resorted to just as a mode of conveyance of land. The people worried in transfer were made parties to a fictitious action, in which the transferrer solemnly acknowledged the land to be the property for the transferee, therefore by obvious compromise putting an-end to the suit. It was made use of extremely frequently as a means of placing an-end to an entail.
    • an understanding to accomplish some thing, such as reparation or restitution; structure; atonement; penance.
    • In feudal law: your final agreement between individuals concerning places or rents, or involving the lord and his vassal prescribing the conditions by which the latter should hold their lands.
    • In conclusion; to close out; to sum up.
    • A sum of income compensated by customized by a tenant to his lord, nominally as a gratuity, and distinct from lease. This customized belongs exclusively to feudal tenures and to those changed because of the feudal law, as copyholds. Fines were paid usually at a transfer of this tenant's property by alienation or succession, but often on various other occasions, as during the death of god.
    • The exaction of a money repayment as a punishment for an offense or a dereliction of any kind; a mulct: as, an excellent for attack; the fines recommended in the constitution of a society.
    • The sum of money so exacted.
    • An agreement to accomplish anything, as with reparation or restitution; composition; atonement; penance.
    • to conclude; to summarize; to sum up.
    • In music notation, the term suggesting the termination of a repeated area, whether da capo or dal segno; in addition, the end of a composition in several sections.
    • money removed as a penalty
    • In musical notation, the phrase indicating the termination of a repeated part, whether da capo or dal segno; additionally, the end of a composition in lot of sections.
    • In music notation, the word indicating the termination of a repeated section, whether da capo or dal segno; in addition, the termination of a composition in many areas.
    • cash removed as a penalty
    • In music notation, the phrase showing the termination of a repeated part, whether da capo or dal segno; additionally, the termination of a composition in lot of areas.
    • cash extracted as a penalty
    • money removed as a penalty
    • In musical notation, the phrase showing the end of a repeated section, whether da capo or dal segno; also, the termination of a composition in lot of parts.
    • money removed as a penalty
  • idiom:
    • in fine Finally; eventually.
    • in good In summation; in quick.
    • in good In conclusion; eventually.
    • in good In summation; in quick.
    • in fine In closing; finally.
    • in fine In summation; in quick.
    • in fine Lastly; eventually.
    • in fine In summation; in brief.
    • in good in summary; eventually.
    • in fine In summation; in quick.
    • in good Finally; finally.
    • in good In summation; in brief.
    • in fine to conclude; finally.
    • in fine In summation; in brief.
    • in good In closing; eventually.
    • in fine In summation; in brief.
    • in fine to conclude; eventually.
    • in fine In summation; in quick.
  • verb:
    • in order to make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to clarify (wine and beer) by purification
    • To issue an excellent as punishment to (someone).
    • in order to complete; to stop.
    • resulting in to stop; to prevent.
    • in order to make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to be finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to explain (wine and beer) by filtration
    • To issue an excellent as punishment to (somebody).
    • To finish; to cease.
    • To cause to cease; to prevent.
    • in order to complete; to stop; or to cause to stop.
    • to make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to clarify (wine and beer) by purification
    • To issue a fine as discipline to (some body).
    • To finish; to cease; or even to cause to cease.
    • to complete; to cease.
    • To cause to cease; to end.
    • to complete; to stop; or even cause to stop.
    • in order to make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to be finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to make clear (wine and alcohol) by purification
    • To issue a superb as punishment to (some one).
    • to complete; to stop.
    • To cause to stop; to prevent.
    • concern a ticket or a fine to as a penalty
    • To finish; to stop; or even cause to stop.
    • issue a ticket or a superb to as a penalty
    • which will make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • concern a ticket or an excellent to as a penalty
    • in order to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to clarify (wine and beer) by filtration
    • To issue an excellent as discipline to (some one).
    • in order to complete; to cease.
    • To cause to stop; to get rid of.
    • to make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • which will make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • in order to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • in order to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to simplify (wine and beer) by filtration
    • to clarify (wine and alcohol) by filtration
    • which will make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to help make finer, purer, or cleaner
    • To issue a superb as punishment to (some one).
    • to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • To issue a superb as punishment to (some one).
    • in order to become finer, purer, or cleaner
    • to make clear (wine and beer) by filtration
    • to clarify (wine and beer) by filtration
    • To issue a fine as discipline to (some one).
    • To issue a fine as discipline to (some one).
    • in order to complete; to stop.
    • in order to complete; to stop.
    • in order to complete; to cease.
    • resulting in to cease; to cease.
    • resulting in to stop; to end.
    • To cause to stop; to cease.
    • To finish; to stop.
    • To cause to stop; to cease.
    • in order to complete; to cease; or even to trigger to stop.
    • in order to complete; to cease; or to trigger to cease.
    • in order to complete; to cease; or to cause to cease.
    • issue a ticket or an excellent to as a penalty
    • in order to complete; to cease; or even to trigger to stop.
    • in order to complete; to stop; or to trigger to stop.
    • issue a ticket or a superb to as a penalty
    • problem a ticket or a fine to as a penalty
    • concern a ticket or a fine to as a penalty
    • issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty
    • issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to pay for a fine. See good, n., 3 (b).
    • to be fine (in any among various sensory faculties).
    • To pay a fine. See good, n., 3 (b).
    • to pay for a fine. See good, n., 3 (b).
    • In order to become good (in virtually any certainly one of various sensory faculties).
    • to be good (in almost any one of various senses).
    • To pay an excellent. See fine, n., 3 (b).
    • To become fine (in any one of various senses).
    • to pay for an excellent. See fine, n., 3 (b).
    • To become fine (in almost any among various sensory faculties).
    • to pay for a fine. See fine, n., 3 (b).
    • To pay a superb. See fine, n., 3 (b).
    • In order to become good (in almost any certainly one of various senses).
    • to be good (in virtually any certainly one of various senses).
    • to cover a superb. See good, n., 3 (b).
    • to pay for a fine. See fine, n., 3 (b).
    • to be fine (in just about any among different sensory faculties).
    • to be good (in just about any among different sensory faculties).
  • others:
    • to create to an-end.
    • To subject to a pecuniary punishment; set a fine upon, as by wisdom of a court or by any skilled expert; punish by good: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; absent members are fined.
    • To pay through good or charge.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • To condemn; pronounce judgment against.
    • to come quickly to an-end; end; cease.
    • To pay a fine; procure acknowledgment of the right or claim by pecuniary settlement.
    • In general, completed; consummate; perfect in kind or quality; refined, adroit, in fashion or action; fine, slim, minute, slim, rare, in size, proportion, or consistence: opposed to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, incomplete, etc.
    • Specifically exceptional or perfect in kind, style, or aspect; beautiful; appealing; showy: as, a guy of fine appearance; an excellent horse; a fine residence or landscape; a fine display of flags.
    • Exquisite or elegant in manner, action, look, or usage; making or constituting an attractive or imposing display; aiming to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: since, a fine woman or guy; fine feathers make good wild birds; good garments or furnishings.
    • Perfect or excellent in type; appropriate or admirable in personality or high quality; extremely fit or correct; exceptional: as, fine roads; fine climate; good sport; an excellent activity.
    • Of exquisite high quality; processed; option; elegant; delicate; dainty: because, a fine praise; a fine wine; fine craftsmanship; good surface; good ways.
    • Attracting happy or interested interest; admirable; notable; remarkable; striking: often ironical: because, some fine time you will discover your error.
    • Professional in understanding or activity; accomplished; skilled or skilful; adroit; apt; handy: since, an excellent star or musician; a superb scholar or workman.
    • Delicate in perception or experience; nicely discriminating; acutely susceptible to impressions: because, a fine wit; a superb taste; a superb feeling of shade.
    • Minutely exact or exact; subdued: since, a fine distinction; an excellent point in an argument.
    • without international matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; clear; pure; processed: as, good gold; good oil.
    • Delicate or choice in material, texture, or style; light, thin, elegant, tasteful, etc., according to the nature of the thing spoken of: as, fine silk or wool; fine linen or cambric.
    • slim in consistence; subtile; uncommon; tenuous: as, good spirits evaporate rapidly.
    • composed of moment particles, grains, falls, flakes, etc.: as, fine sand or flour; good rainfall or snow; fine chance.
    • to carry to an-end.
    • To susceptible to a pecuniary punishment; set a superb upon, as by judgment of a court or by any competent authority; discipline by fine: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; absent members tend to be fined.
    • really small in girth or diameter; thin; attenuated: as, fine bond; fine cable; a superb tresses; an excellent needle.
    • to cover by way of good or charge.
    • Keen; sharp; quickly penetrating: because, the fine edge of a razor; a superb point, since a needle or a thorn.
    • Sheer; simple; pure; absolute: inside old term good power.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • A casting from a mold in the preparation of which unique care is taken. See figure-casting.
    • To condemn; pronounce view against.
    • to come quickly to a conclusion; end; stop.
    • to create good or pure; cleanse; clarify; refine: since, to fine gold or silver; to good wine.
    • to carry to an end.
    • to produce fine or thin; make less coarse: since, to good grass.
    • To pay an excellent; procure acknowledgment of your respective correct or claim by pecuniary payment.
    • to alter by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass through by good gradations to another or maybe more perfect state.
    • To at the mercy of a pecuniary punishment; set an excellent upon, as by wisdom of a court or by any competent authority; punish by good: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; absent members are fined.
    • generally, finished; consummate; perfect in form or high quality; polished, adroit, in manner or action; fine, thin, small, thin, rare, in dimensions, proportion, or consistence: in opposition to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, incomplete, etc.
    • to be good or pure; come to be clear, as by depositing deposit: often accompanied by down.
    • To pay through fine or charge.
    • particularly exemplary or perfect in kind, style, or aspect; breathtaking; attractive; showy: because, a guy of fine appearance; a superb horse; a fine house or landscape; a fine display of flags.
    • In order to become good or thin; melt or fade.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • Finely; really: as, we wad like fine to get it done.
    • Exquisite or elegant in way, activity, appearance, or use; making or constituting an attractive or imposing display; looking to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: since, an excellent lady or gentleman; fine feathers make fine birds; fine clothing or furniture.
    • To condemn; pronounce judgment against.
    • Perfect or exceptional in sort; appropriate or admirable in character or quality; extremely healthy or appropriate; exceptional: as, good roads; good weather; fine recreation; a fine enjoyment.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • to get to a conclusion; end; stop.
    • Of exquisite quality; processed; choice; elegant; fragile; dainty: as, an excellent praise; a superb wine; good workmanship; fine texture; good ways.
    • to pay for an excellent; procure acknowledgment of your correct or claim by pecuniary compensation.
    • Attracting happy or interested interest; admirable; significant; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: as, some fine day you will find your blunder.
    • In ship-building, to lessen the lateral measurements of a vessel underneath the water-line.
    • generally, completed; consummate; perfect in type or high quality; refined, adroit, in manner or action; delicate, slim, minute, thin, uncommon, in size, percentage, or consistence: against coarse, gross, crude, rough, incomplete, etc.
    • especially exemplary or perfect in form, style, or aspect; stunning; appealing; showy: because, a guy of good appearance; a superb horse; a superb household or landscape; a fine display of flags.
    • Exquisite or elegant in manner, activity, appearance, or use; making or constituting a nice-looking or imposing display; planning to please; pleasing; gratifying: because, a fine lady or guy; fine feathers make fine birds; fine garments or furniture.
    • Perfect or exceptional in type; ideal or admirable in personality or high quality; really fit or proper; exceptional: as, fine roadways; fine climate; fine sport; an excellent entertainment.
    • Expert in knowledge or action; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; likely; handy: because, a superb actor or musician; a superb scholar or workman.
    • Of exquisite quality; refined; choice; elegant; fragile; dainty: since, a superb match; an excellent wine; good craftsmanship; fine texture; fine ways.
    • fragile in perception or experience; nicely discriminating; acutely susceptible to impressions: as, an excellent wit; an excellent style; an excellent sense of color.
    • Minutely precise or specific; subtle: since, a fine distinction; a fine point in an argument.
    • Attracting happy or interested attention; admirable; significant; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: as, some good time you'll discover your error.
    • Free from foreign matter; without dross or feculence or any other impurities; obvious; pure; processed: as, good silver; fine oil.
    • Expert in knowledge or action; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; apt; useful: as, a superb star or musician; a fine scholar or workman.
    • fragile or option in material, texture, or design; light, slim, elegant, stylish, etc., according to the nature for the thing spoken of: as, good silk or wool; good linen or cambric.
    • fragile in perception or feeling; nicely discriminating; acutely susceptible to impressions: as, a fine wit; an excellent flavor; an excellent sense of shade.
    • Thin in consistence; subtile; unusual; tenuous: as, fine spirits evaporate quickly.
    • Minutely accurate or precise; delicate: since, a fine distinction; a superb point in a disagreement.
    • composed of moment particles, grains, drops, flakes, etc.: as, sand or flour; good rain or snowfall; fine chance.
    • Very small in girth or diameter; slender; attenuated: as, fine thread; good cable; a fine tresses; a superb needle.
    • without international matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; obvious; pure; refined: as, good silver; fine oil.
    • Keen; razor-sharp; effortlessly acute: because, the fine side of a razor; a superb point, at the time of a needle or a thorn.
    • Delicate or option in product, texture, or design; light, thin, elegant, stylish, etc., in line with the nature associated with thing talked of: as, fine silk or wool; fine linen or cambric.
    • Sheer; mere; pure; absolute: inside old phrase good power.
    • Thin in consistence; subtile; uncommon; tenuous: as, fine spirits evaporate quickly.
    • A casting from a mold into the preparation of which unique attention was taken. See figure-casting.
    • comprising min particles, grains, falls, flakes, etc.: as, mud or flour; fine rain or snow; fine chance.
    • to produce good or pure; cleanse; simplify; refine: because, to fine silver or silver; to good wine.
    • Very small in girth or diameter; slim; attenuated: as, fine thread; fine wire; a fine locks; an excellent needle.
    • To make fine or slender; make less coarse: as, to fine lawn.
    • Keen; sharp; quickly penetrating: because, the good side of a razor; a superb point, by a needle or a thorn.
    • to alter by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass by good gradations to some other or maybe more perfect state.
    • Sheer; mere; pure; absolute: within the old term good force.
    • To become good or pure; be clear, as by depositing sediment: often followed closely by down.
    • A casting from a mold in the preparation that special treatment has been taken. See figure-casting.
    • to be fine or slim; melt or fade.
    • In order to make fine or pure; purify; clarify; refine: because, to fine silver or silver; to good wine.
    • carefully; really: as, we wad like fine to do it.
    • To make good or slender; make less coarse: since, to good grass.
    • To change by imperceptible levels; cause to pass by good gradations to some other or higher perfect condition.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • To become good or pure; be obvious, as by depositing sediment: often accompanied by down.
    • to be good or thin; melt or fade.
    • In ship-building, to cut back the horizontal dimensions of a vessel underneath the water-line.
    • Finely; well: as, I wad like fine to get it done.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • To bring to an-end.
    • In ship-building, to cut back the lateral dimensions of a vessel below the water-line.
    • To susceptible to a pecuniary penalty; set a superb upon, as by view of a court or by any competent expert; punish by fine: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; missing people are fined.
    • to pay for by way of good or cost.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • To condemn; pronounce wisdom against.
    • to come quickly to an-end; end; cease.
    • To pay a fine; procure acknowledgment of one's right or claim by pecuniary payment.
    • overall, finished; consummate; perfect in form or high quality; polished, adroit, in manner or action; fine, slender, small, slim, unusual, in size, percentage, or consistence: in opposition to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, unfinished, etc.
    • Specifically exceptional or perfect in form, style, or aspect; stunning; appealing; showy: as, a person of good look; a superb horse; a fine residence or landscape; a superb display of flags.
    • Exquisite or elegant in way, activity, look, or use; making or constituting an appealing or imposing screen; aiming to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: since, a superb lady or gentleman; good feathers make fine birds; fine clothing or furnishings.
    • Perfect or exceptional in type; suitable or admirable in personality or high quality; extremely fit or correct; exceptional: as, good roadways; good weather condition; good sport; an excellent enjoyment.
    • Of exquisite quality; processed; option; elegant; fragile; dainty: as, a fine match; a superb wine; fine craftsmanship; fine surface; fine ways.
    • Attracting pleased or interested interest; admirable; significant; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: since, some fine day you will find your error.
    • Professional in knowledge or activity; accomplished; skilled or skilful; adroit; apt; handy: since, an excellent actor or musician; a superb scholar or workman.
    • Delicate in perception or sensation; nicely discriminating; acutely prone to impressions: as, an excellent wit; a superb style; a fine feeling of shade.
    • Minutely precise or precise; subtle: because, a superb difference; a fine part of a disagreement.
    • free of international matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; clear; pure; refined: as, good silver; good oil.
    • Delicate or choice in material, texture, or design; light, slim, elegant, stylish, etc., in line with the nature associated with thing spoken of: as, good silk or wool; fine linen or cambric.
    • slim in consistence; subtile; unusual; tenuous: as, good spirits evaporate quickly.
    • Consisting of moment particles, grains, drops, flakes, etc.: as, fine sand or flour; good rainfall or snowfall; good chance.
    • really small in girth or diameter; slim; attenuated: as, good bond; fine wire; a superb tresses; a superb needle.
    • Keen; sharp; effortlessly penetrating: because, the good edge of a razor; a fine point, since a needle or a thorn.
    • Sheer; simple; pure; absolute: when you look at the old expression good power.
    • A casting from a mold within the preparation which unique attention has been taken. See figure-casting.
    • which will make good or pure; purify; simplify; refine: since, to fine gold or gold; to good wine.
    • to help make fine or slender; make less coarse: since, to good grass.
    • To change by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass by good gradations to some other or maybe more perfect state.
    • to be good or pure; become obvious, as by depositing sediment: often followed by down.
    • In order to become fine or slim; melt or fade.
    • Finely; well: as, I wad like good to do it.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • In ship-building, to reduce the lateral dimensions of a vessel below the water-line.
    • to create to a conclusion.
    • To subject to a pecuniary penalty; set an excellent upon, as by judgment of a court or by any competent expert; punish by fine: as, jurors tend to be fined for non-attendance; missing members tend to be fined.
    • to pay for through good or fee.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • To condemn; pronounce view against.
    • To come to a conclusion; end; stop.
    • to pay for a fine; procure acknowledgment of the correct or claim by pecuniary payment.
    • generally speaking, completed; consummate; perfect in form or quality; polished, adroit, in manner or action; fragile, thin, small, slim, unusual, in proportions, proportion, or consistence: in opposition to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, incomplete, etc.
    • Specifically exemplary or perfect in form, design, or aspect; gorgeous; attractive; showy: since, a person of good look; an excellent horse; an excellent home or landscape; an excellent screen of flags.
    • Exquisite or elegant in fashion, action, look, or usage; making or constituting a stylish or imposing show; planning to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: because, a superb woman or guy; good feathers make fine wild birds; good clothes or furniture.
    • Perfect or excellent in kind; ideal or admirable in personality or quality; extremely healthy or appropriate; superior: as, good roadways; good weather condition; fine recreation; a superb activity.
    • To bring to an end.
    • to carry to an-end.
    • Of exquisite quality; processed; option; elegant; fine; dainty: because, an excellent match; a superb wine; fine workmanship; fine texture; good ways.
    • To subject to a pecuniary punishment; set a superb upon, as by judgment of a court or by any skilled expert; punish by fine: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; absent users tend to be fined.
    • To susceptible to a pecuniary punishment; set a fine upon, as by judgment of a court or by any skilled expert; discipline by good: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; absent members tend to be fined.
    • Attracting pleased or interested interest; admirable; significant; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: because, some fine day you will discover your mistake.
    • to pay for through good or fee.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • Professional in knowledge or activity; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; apt; convenient: because, an excellent star or musician; a superb scholar or workman.
    • Delicate in perception or experience; nicely discriminating; acutely vunerable to impressions: because, an excellent wit; a fine flavor; a superb feeling of color.
    • To condemn; pronounce judgment against.
    • to pay for through good or cost.
    • Minutely exact or exact; simple: as, an excellent difference; a fine part of a quarrel.
    • To come to a finish; end; cease.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • free of international matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; obvious; pure; processed: as, good silver; fine oil.
    • To condemn; pronounce wisdom against.
    • to cover a superb; procure acknowledgment of one's right or claim by pecuniary payment.
    • Delicate or choice in material, surface, or design; light, thin, elegant, tasteful, etc., based on the nature of thing talked of: as, fine silk or wool; good linen or cambric.
    • To come to a conclusion; end; stop.
    • slim in consistence; subtile; unusual; tenuous: as, fine spirits evaporate quickly.
    • generally speaking, completed; consummate; perfect in form or quality; refined, adroit, in fashion or activity; fragile, slender, minute, slim, uncommon, in proportions, proportion, or consistence: opposed to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, unfinished, etc.
    • to cover a fine; procure acknowledgment of your right or claim by pecuniary compensation.
    • especially exceptional or perfect in type, design, or aspect; gorgeous; attractive; showy: as, a person of fine look; a fine horse; a fine house or landscape; a superb display of flags.
    • composed of min particles, grains, drops, flakes, etc.: as, sand or flour; fine rain or snowfall; good shot.
    • tiny in girth or diameter; thin; attenuated: as, good bond; fine line; a superb locks; a fine needle.
    • In general, finished; consummate; perfect in kind or quality; polished, adroit, in way or activity; fine, slim, small, slim, uncommon, in size, percentage, or consistence: opposed to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, unfinished, etc.
    • Exquisite or elegant in way, activity, look, or usage; making or constituting a nice-looking or imposing display; planning to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: since, a superb woman or guy; fine feathers make fine wild birds; fine garments or furnishings.
    • Specifically exemplary or perfect in form, style, or aspect; gorgeous; appealing; showy: as, a person of good appearance; an excellent horse; a fine household or landscape; a superb screen of flags.
    • Perfect or excellent in type; ideal or admirable in character or high quality; very fit or appropriate; superior: as, fine roadways; good weather condition; good recreation; a fine activity.
    • Keen; sharp; effortlessly acute: since, the good edge of a razor; an excellent point, by a needle or a thorn.
    • Of exquisite high quality; refined; option; elegant; fragile; dainty: since, an excellent praise; a fine wine; good craftsmanship; good surface; good manners.
    • Exquisite or elegant in manner, activity, appearance, or usage; making or constituting an appealing or imposing show; aiming to please; pleasing; gratifying: because, a superb lady or guy; fine feathers make fine wild birds; fine clothing or furniture.
    • to carry to an-end.
    • Sheer; simple; pure; absolute: into the old expression good power.
    • A casting from a mold within the planning which special treatment happens to be taken. See figure-casting.
    • Attracting pleased or interested interest; admirable; significant; remarkable; striking: often ironical: because, some good time you will discover your mistake.
    • To subject to a pecuniary penalty; set a superb upon, as by judgment of a court or by any skilled expert; punish by good: as, jurors tend to be fined for non-attendance; missing users tend to be fined.
    • Perfect or exceptional in type; appropriate or admirable in character or high quality; very healthy or proper; superior: as, fine roadways; fine weather condition; fine recreation; an excellent activity.
    • Expert in understanding or activity; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; apt; handy: as, a superb actor or musician; a fine scholar or workman.
    • Of exquisite high quality; refined; option; elegant; fine; dainty: because, a superb compliment; a fine wine; good craftsmanship; good texture; fine ways.
    • which will make good or pure; cleanse; simplify; refine: because, to fine silver or silver; to good wine.
    • Attracting satisfied or interested attention; admirable; notable; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: as, some good time you will find your blunder.
    • fragile in perception or sensation; nicely discriminating; acutely prone to impressions: as, a fine wit; an excellent taste; a fine sense of color.
    • to create fine or slim; make less coarse: as, to good grass.
    • to carry to a finish.
    • Minutely precise or specific; subdued: as, a superb difference; a superb part of a disagreement.
    • to alter by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass by fine gradations to a different or even more perfect condition.
    • To susceptible to a pecuniary punishment; set an excellent upon, as by wisdom of a court or by any skilled expert; discipline by fine: as, jurors are fined for non-attendance; missing people are fined.
    • without international matter; without dross or feculence or any other impurities; clear; pure; refined: as, fine silver; fine oil.
    • In order to become good or pure; come to be clear, as by depositing deposit: frequently accompanied by down.
    • to cover by means of fine or fee.
    • To become fine or slim; melt or fade.
    • fragile or choice in product, surface, or style; light, slim, elegant, tasteful, etc., according to the nature associated with the thing talked of: as, fine silk or wool; good linen or cambric.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • Finely; well: as, we wad like good to do it.
    • slim in consistence; subtile; rare; tenuous: as, good spirits evaporate rapidly.
    • To condemn; pronounce wisdom against.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • comprising min particles, grains, drops, flakes, etc.: as, fine sand or flour; good rain or snow; fine chance.
    • to get to an-end; end; stop.
    • Very small in girth or diameter; slim; attenuated: as, fine bond; fine line; an excellent locks; a superb needle.
    • To pay an excellent; procure acknowledgment of the right or claim by pecuniary compensation.
    • In ship-building, to reduce the horizontal measurements of a vessel underneath the water-line.
    • to pay for through fine or fee.
    • Expert in understanding or action; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; likely; handy: because, an excellent actor or musician; a fine scholar or workman.
    • Keen; sharp; quickly acute: as, the good edge of a razor; a fine point, by a needle or a thorn.
    • as a whole, finished; consummate; perfect in type or quality; polished, adroit, in fashion or action; delicate, slender, minute, thin, rare, in size, percentage, or consistence: in opposition to coarse, gross, crude, harsh, incomplete, etc.
    • fragile in perception or feeling; nicely discriminating; acutely at risk of impressions: since, an excellent wit; a superb taste; an excellent feeling of shade.
    • To pledge; pawn.
    • Specifically exemplary or perfect in form, style, or aspect; gorgeous; attractive; showy: as, a person of good appearance; an excellent horse; a fine residence or landscape; an excellent show of flags.
    • Sheer; simple; pure; absolute: inside old term fine power.
    • Minutely exact or specific; slight: as, a superb difference; an excellent part of a disagreement.
    • To condemn; pronounce judgment against.
    • To come to an-end; end; cease.
    • A casting from a mold within the planning which special care has-been taken. See figure-casting.
    • free of international matter; without dross or feculence or any other impurities; obvious; pure; refined: as, good silver; good oil.
    • To pay a superb; procure acknowledgment of your respective correct or claim by pecuniary compensation.
    • To make fine or pure; cleanse; clarify; refine: as, to fine silver or gold; to good wine.
    • fragile or choice in material, surface, or style; light, thin, elegant, stylish, etc., according to the nature for the thing spoken of: as, good silk or wool; good linen or cambric.
    • overall, completed; consummate; perfect in form or quality; refined, adroit, in fashion or activity; fine, slender, minute, slim, uncommon, in proportions, percentage, or consistence: in opposition to coarse, gross, crude, rough, incomplete, etc.
    • Exquisite or elegant in fashion, action, look, or usage; making or constituting a nice-looking or imposing display; aiming to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: because, a fine lady or gentleman; fine feathers make good wild birds; fine garments or furnishings.
    • Thin in consistence; subtile; rare; tenuous: as, good spirits evaporate rapidly.
    • to create good or thin; make less coarse: as, to fine lawn.
    • to alter by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass by fine gradations to some other or maybe more perfect condition.
    • composed of minute particles, grains, falls, flakes, etc.: as, mud or flour; fine rain or snow; fine chance.
    • Perfect or exceptional in kind; suitable or admirable in character or high quality; very healthy or correct; exceptional: as, good roads; fine climate; fine recreation; an excellent enjoyment.
    • especially Excellent or perfect in type, style, or aspect; beautiful; attractive; showy: as, a person of good look; a fine horse; an excellent household or landscape; an excellent screen of flags.
    • to be good or pure; come to be clear, as by depositing sediment: often followed by down.
    • Of exquisite quality; refined; choice; elegant; fine; dainty: since, an excellent match; a fine wine; good workmanship; fine surface; good manners.
    • really small in girth or diameter; slender; attenuated: as, good bond; fine wire; an excellent hair; a fine needle.
    • Exquisite or elegant in fashion, action, appearance, or use; making or constituting a nice-looking or imposing show; aiming to kindly; pleasing; gratifying: as, a superb woman or gentleman; good feathers make good wild birds; good clothes or furnishings.
    • Attracting pleased or interested interest; admirable; notable; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: since, some fine day you'll discover your error.
    • Keen; sharp; easily penetrating: because, the fine edge of a razor; a superb point, by a needle or a thorn.
    • to be good or thin; melt or fade.
    • carefully; well: because, I wad like fine to do it.
    • Expert in understanding or activity; accomplished; skilled or skilful; adroit; apt; handy: as, a superb star or musician; an excellent scholar or workman.
    • Sheer; mere; pure; absolute: in old term good power.
    • fragile in perception or feeling; nicely discriminating; acutely at risk of impressions: since, a fine wit; a fine style; a superb feeling of color.
    • A casting from a mold into the preparation that special care has been taken. See figure-casting.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • Minutely precise or specific; refined: because, an excellent distinction; a fine point in an argument.
    • Perfect or exemplary in sort; ideal or admirable in character or quality; very healthy or correct; exceptional: as, fine roadways; fine weather condition; fine sport; a fine activity.
    • to produce fine or pure; cleanse; explain; refine: since, to fine gold or gold; to fine wine.
    • free of international matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; obvious; pure; processed: as, good silver; fine oil.
    • Of exquisite quality; processed; choice; elegant; delicate; dainty: because, a superb compliment; a superb wine; fine workmanship; fine texture; good manners.
    • Delicate or choice in material, surface, or style; light, slim, elegant, stylish, etc., in accordance with the nature associated with thing talked of: as, fine silk or wool; good linen or cambric.
    • In ship-building, to cut back the lateral dimensions of a vessel underneath the water-line.
    • to produce good or thin; make less coarse: because, to good grass.
    • Attracting happy or interested interest; admirable; notable; remarkable; striking: usually ironical: as, some fine day you will discover your error.
    • To change by imperceptible levels; cause to pass through by good gradations to a different or more perfect condition.
    • Thin in consistence; subtile; rare; tenuous: as, good spirits evaporate rapidly.
    • Expert in understanding or activity; accomplished; competent or skilful; adroit; likely; useful: since, an excellent actor or musician; a superb scholar or workman.
    • Consisting of min particles, grains, falls, flakes, etc.: as, fine sand or flour; fine rainfall or snowfall; good chance.
    • to be fine or pure; be obvious, as by depositing deposit: frequently followed closely by down.
    • fragile in perception or experience; nicely discriminating; acutely prone to impressions: because, an excellent wit; a superb style; an excellent feeling of color.
    • tiny in girth or diameter; slim; attenuated: as, fine bond; fine line; an excellent tresses; a fine needle.
    • To become good or thin; melt or fade.
    • Minutely precise or specific; delicate: because, a superb distinction; a superb part of an argument.
    • Keen; sharp; quickly acute: because, the fine edge of a razor; a fine point, by a needle or a thorn.
    • Finely; really: as, I wad like fine to get it done.
    • clear of foreign matter; without dross or feculence or other impurities; clear; pure; processed: as, good silver; good oil.
    • Sheer; mere; pure; absolute: inside old expression good force.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • fragile or option in material, texture, or style; light, thin, elegant, stylish, etc., in line with the nature of this thing spoken of: as, fine silk or wool; fine linen or cambric.
    • A casting from a mold into the preparation which unique attention is taken. See figure-casting.
    • Thin in consistence; subtile; rare; tenuous: as, fine spirits evaporate quickly.
    • In ship-building, to lessen the horizontal measurements of a vessel underneath the water-line.
    • which will make fine or pure; cleanse; simplify; refine: since, to fine silver or silver; to fine wine.
    • Consisting of min particles, grains, falls, flakes, etc.: as, fine sand or flour; good rainfall or snowfall; fine shot.
    • In order to make fine or thin; make less coarse: because, to good grass.
    • Very small in girth or diameter; slender; attenuated: as, good thread; fine wire; an excellent tresses; a superb needle.
    • to alter by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass by fine gradations to another or even more perfect state.
    • Keen; razor-sharp; easily acute: because, the fine side of a razor; an excellent point, since a needle or a thorn.
    • To become fine or pure; become clear, as by depositing sediment: often followed by down.
    • Sheer; simple; pure; absolute: inside old phrase fine power.
    • to be fine or thin; melt or fade.
    • A casting from a mold in planning that special care happens to be taken. See figure-casting.
    • carefully; really: because, I wad like fine to get it done.
    • to produce fine or pure; purify; simplify; refine: as, to fine silver or silver; to good wine.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • To make good or slender; make less coarse: because, to fine grass.
    • To change by imperceptible degrees; cause to pass through by fine gradations to some other or more perfect condition.
    • In ship-building, to lessen the horizontal proportions of a vessel below the water-line.
    • In order to become good or pure; come to be clear, as by depositing deposit: often followed closely by down.
    • To become fine or thin; melt or fade.
    • Finely; well: as, I wad like fine to get it done.
    • Delicately; cautiously.
    • In ship-building, to lessen the lateral proportions of a vessel below the water-line.

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