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fine

verb [T, often passive]
 
 
/faɪn/ LAW
to make someone pay an amount of money as a punishment for not obeying a law or rule: The Financial Services Authority fined the bank a record £1m.be fined £100/$75,000, etc. (for sth) Individuals can be charged interest and fined up to £1,000 for late submission of their tax return.
Translations of “fine”
in Korean 벌금을 부과하다…
in Arabic يُناسِب…
in Portuguese multar, penalizar…
in Catalan multar…
in Japanese (人)に罰金を科する…
in Italian multare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 處…以罰款, 處…以罰金…
in Russian штрафовать…
in Turkish para cezası kesmek, para cezasına çarptırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 处…以罚款, 处…以罚金…
in Polish karać grzywną…
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