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Translation of "fair" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /feə/
light-coloured/light-colored; with light-coloured/light-colored hair and skin rubio, claro, blanco fair hair Scandinavian people are often fair.
just; not favouring/favoring one side justo, equitativo a fair result.
(of weather) fine; without rain bueno a fair afternoon.
quite good; neither bad nor good regular Her work is only fair.
quite big, long etc considerable The box is a fair size.
beautiful bello a fair maiden.
fairness noun
justicia, imparcialidad He is known for his fairness in treating everybody equally.
fairly adverb
justly; honestly justamente, equitativamente We must ensure that the competition is fairly judged.
quite or rather bastante The work was fairly hard.
fair play noun
honest treatment; an absence of cheating, biased actions etc juego limpio The referee must ensure that fair play is enforced throughout the game.
fair test noun
(in science) a test in which all the conditions of every sample are kept the same apart from the one variable which is being investigated test justo Students must ensure that their experiment is a fair test.
(Definition of fair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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