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Japanese translation of fair

fair

adjective
 
/feər/
A2 Fair hair or skin is pale or light in colour.
金髪の, (肌の色が)白い
a boy with fair hair
B1 treating or affecting everyone in the same way
公正な, 平等な
a fair trial It’s not fair that she gets to go and I don’t! I’m willing to do my fair share of the work (= an equal part).
→ Opposite unfair
a fair price, deal, offer, etc. B1 a price, deal, offer, etc. that is right for a situation and not asking for too much
適正価格、公正な取引、公正な付け値など
He offered me a fair price for the car.
a fair amount, number, etc. a fairly large amount, number, etc.
かなりの量、かなりの数など
There’s still a fair amount of work to be done on the house.
good, but not very good
まあまあの
He has a fair chance of winning.
sunny and not raining
天気のいい
fair enough used for saying that you can understand and accept someone’s opinion or decision
まあいいでしょう
“He says he’ll only work on Sunday if he gets paid extra.” “Fair enough.”
(Definition of fair adjective from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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