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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “fair”

fair

adjective [before noun] (QUITE LARGE)
相当大的
 
 
/feər/ US  /fer/
quite large
相当大的
We've had a fair amount of rain this week.
这周我们这里下了不少雨。
We've had a fair number of applicants.
我们已经有相当多的求职者。
It's a fair-sized garden.
这是一座不小的花园。
We've come a long way, but there's still a fair way (= quite a long distance) to go.
我们已经走了很长的路,但是还要走很久。
Big and quite bigEnormous
(Definition of fair adjective (QUITE LARGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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