fine adjective (SATISFACTORY)
- To all outward appearances everything was fine, but under the surface the marriage was very shaky.
- "Don't you worry about a thing. Everything's going to be just fine," smiled Robin reassuringly.
- My diet would be fine if only I didn't have this weakness for sweet things.
- I don't understand how he can say that everything's fine when it's so obvious that it's not.
- Stop fiddling about with your hair - it looks fine.
fine adjective (EXCELLENT)
The world's finest collection of Impressionist paintings is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. 巴黎奥塞美术馆拥有世界上最棒的印象派画作馆藏。
fine adjective (THIN)
fine adjective (EXACT)
fine adjective (SUNNY)
fine adjective (BAD)
finenoun [ C ]uk /faɪn/ us /faɪn/
- I've just had to pay £10 for a parking fine.
- He did not have to pay his speeding fine because he pleaded diplomatic immunity.
- They're appealing to the High Court to reduce the prison sentence to a fine.
- The judge said that the fine would serve as a warning to other motorists who drove without due care.
- The librarian slapped a fine on him for returning the books late.
fineverb [ T ]uk /faɪn/ us /faɪn/
B2 in a satisfactory way令人满意地