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Polish translation of “fair”

fair

adjective
 
 
/feər/
EQUAL B1 treating everyone in the same way, so that no one has an advantage
sprawiedliwy, uczciwy, w porządku
a fair trial That's not fair. You always go first!Justice and fairness
RIGHT B1 acceptable or right
sprawiedliwy, uczciwy, w porządku
a fair deal We'd like to move abroad, but it's just not fair on the children. → Opposite unfairJustice and fairness
HAIR/SKIN A2 having pale skin or a light colour of hair
jasny
a boy with fair hair and blue eyes → Opposite dark adjective (NOT PALE)Hair colourThe skin, and skin colour
a fair amount/distance/size, etc quite a large amount, distance, size, etc
spora ilość/odległość/wielkość itp.
There's still a fair bit of work to be done on the house.Big and quite bigEnormous
WEATHER sunny and not raining
pogodny
Tomorrow will be fair, with some early morning frost.Describing good weather
AVERAGE not very good but not very bad
przyzwoity, niezły
He has a fair chance of winning.Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
fair enough UK informal B2 used to say that you agree, or think that something is acceptable
w porządku
"He'll only work on Sunday if he gets paid extra." "Fair enough." → See also fair play, have your (fair) share of sthAccepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
(Definition of fair adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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