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fine

adjective (SUNNY) 阳光充足的     /faɪn/ mainly UK
sunny and dry 晴朗的 The weather forecast said it would be fine and dry today. 天气预报说今天天气晴朗干燥。 Describing good weather
(Definition of fine adjective (SUNNY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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