fine printnoun [ U ]uk /ˌfaɪn ˈprɪnt/ us /ˌfaɪn ˈprɪnt/ US UK small print
Examples from literature
- I read the announcement two or three times, and afterward the fine print below, containing a long list of the luncheon guests with Edith's name proudly in its midst.
- Read the lesson assigned for the day in the textbook, including all notes and fine print.
- The average high school student will not read the fine print at the bottom of the page, or use a map for the location of places mentioned in the text without special instruction to do so.