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Translation of "fine" - English-Spanish dictionary

fine

adjective /fain/
(usually of art etc) very good; of excellent quality excelente a fine painting a fine performance.
(of weather) bright; not raining bueno a fine day.
well; healthy bien I was ill yesterday, but I am feeling fine today!
thin or delicate fino a fine material.
careful; detailed fino, delicado Fine workmanship is required for such delicate embroidery.
made of small pieces, grains etc fino fine sand fine rain.
slight; delicate sutil, delicado a fine balance a fine distinction.
perfectly satisfactory excelente There’s nothing wrong with your work – it’s fine.
finely adverb
delicadamente, minuciosamente, elegantemente a finely tuned engine.
finery noun
beautiful clothes, jewellery/jewelry etc galas, adornos She arrived in all her finery.
fine art noun
art that appeals immediately to the senses, eg painting, sculpture, music etc bellas artes Painting is one of the fine arts.
(Definition of fine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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