fine adjective translation to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "fine" - English-Russian dictionary

fine

adjective
 
 
/faɪn/
WELL A1 well, healthy, or happy
здоровый, хорошо себя чувствующий
"How are you?" "I'm fine thanks. And you?" I had a cold last week, but I'm fine now.Fit and healthyFeeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in something
GOOD A2 good or good enough
хороший, достаточный
"Is the soup hot enough?" "Yes, it's fine."Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
EXCELLENT B2 excellent, or of very good quality
превосходный
fine wines He's a fine musician.Extremely good
(that's) fine A1 used to agree with a suggestion, idea, decision, etc
хорошо! согласен!
"Shall we meet at 8 o'clock?" "Yes, that's fine by me."Yes, no and not
THIN thin or made of very small pieces
тонкий, мелкий
fine, brown hair fine sandThin and fine
SUNNY mainly UK B1 sunny and not raining
ясный (о погоде)
If it's fine, we could have a picnic.Describing good weather
the finer details/points, etc of sth the more detailed or more difficult parts of an argument, idea, etc
тонкости
Information and messagesComplexityDifficult to understand
(Definition of fine adjective from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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