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fair

adjective
 
 
/feər/ SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
treating people equally and in a way that is right and reasonable: It's the government's job to make sure that the tax system is fair and equitable.be fair on sb The new regulations are not fair on working parents. Everyone has the right to a fair trial. Corporations must pay their fair share of the cost of the construction work.
a fair price, wage, rent, etc. is not too high or too low: All we're asking for is a fair wage. Local growers must be given a fair price for their produce.
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