English → English - fine

Pronunciation
n. monetary penalty, punishment which involves the payment of a specified sum of money
v. punish with a fine, impose a tax upon; refine, purify; become fine or finer; make thin or thinner, reduce; clarify
adj. delicate; thin; flimsy; handsome; top-quality; excellent; sharp; sharpened; refined; purified; elegant

English → Spanish - fine

Pronunciation
s. multa, arancel, gravamen, impuesto, tarifa
v. multar, imponer multa, imponer una multa, poner una multa a
adj. fino, aceptable, bueno, delicado, refinado, sutil; excelente; adecuado; galante, valiente; de fino tamaño, minúsculo

Spanish → English - fine

Pronunciation
[finar] v. pass away, die

English → French - fine

Pronunciation
n. amende, pénalité
v. venger; s'affiner, raffiner; diluer; raffiner
adj. fin, délicat; raffiné; formidable, joli, beau; splendide; fantastique; merveilleux, pur

English → German - fine

Pronunciation
n. Geldstrafe; Ordnungsstrafe
v. mit Geldstrafe belegen; verfeinern; klären
adj. fein; dünn; ausgesucht; geschliffen; rein; schön; elegant

English → Indonesian - fine

Pronunciation
n. denda, penghabisan
v. mendenda
a. cerah, bagus, sangat baik, menyenangkan: yg menyenangkan, enak, afdal, tipis, runcing, tajam, halus, bersih, lumat, latif, indah
adv. baik: dgn baik

English → Italian - fine

Pronunciation
s. (Dir) multa, ammenda, contravvenzione; (Dir) indennità, tacitazione
v. multare, far pagare una multa
agg. buono, fine, eccellente, di qualità superiore; bello, piacevole; valente, abile, esperto; minuto, impalpabile; sottile, fino; tagliente, ben affilato; delicato; raffinato, squisito; acuto; purissimo

English → Polish - fine

Pronunciation
n. grzywna, mandat
v. oczyścić, klarować, oczyścić się, klarować się, cienieć, grzywna: ukarać grzywną, oczyszczać
a. czysty jakościowo, wysokiej jakości, rafinowany, oczyszczony, delikatny, ładny, piękny, cienki, drobny, miałki, precyzyjny, jaskrawy, pogodny
adv. fajnie, drobniutko, drobno, cienko, klawo {am.}

English → Portuguese - fine

Pronunciation
s. multa
v. multar; tornar-se delicado, tornar-se mais fino; suavizar; necessitar
adj. gentil; fino; agradável; belo, bonito; magnífico; excelente; admirável; puro

English → Romanian - fine

Pronunciation
n. amendă, sfârşit {înv.}, timp frumos, artă: arte frumoase
v. amenda, penaliza, condamna, limpezi: se limpezi, purifica: se purifica, subţia: se subţia
a. fin, delicat, subţire, gingaş, rafinat, microgranulat, ascuţit, pur, curat, bun, frumos, senin, plăcut, splendid, prezentabil, festiv, straşnic {fam.}
adv. fineţe: cu fineţe, excelent, excepţional, frumos, senin, subtil, straşnic {fam.}

English → Russian - fine

Pronunciation
с. штраф, пеня
г. штрафовать, налагать пеню, очищать, делать прозрачным
прил. ясный, хороший; прекрасный, нарядный, ладный; тонкий, мелкий; очищенный, рафинированный; высококачественный; утонченный, изящный, возвышенный; внушительный; блестящий, претенциозный

English → Turkish - fine

Pronunciation
f. berraklaştırmak, arıtmak, açılmak, berraklaşmak, para cezası vermek
i. ceza, para cezası
s. güzel, hoş, ince, narin, hassas, nefis, mükemmel, saf, iyi, uygun

English → Ukrainian - fine

Pronunciation
n. штраф, пеня
v. очищати, тонкий: робити тоншим, штрафувати
a. ясний, чудовий, прекрасний, витончений, вишуканий, делікатний, добрий, добрячий, зграбний, красивий, ладний, лепський, славний, тонкий, хороший
adv. добре

French → English - fine

Pronunciation
adj. dead smooth, delicate, neat

Italian → English - fine

Pronunciation
adj. fine, delicate; thin, subtle, dainty, chic

Romanian → English - fine

n. end

English → Dutch - fine

Pronunciation
zn. (geld)boete
ww. boete geven; verfijnen, dunner maken
bn. mooi; (haar)fijn; mager, smal; verkozen; uitstekend; scherp; gepolijst; delicatesse; puur; elegant

English → Greek - fine

Pronunciation
ουσ. πρόστιμο, πρόστημο, χρηματική ποινή
ρήμ. επιβάλλω
επίθ. ωραίος, λεπτός, κομψός, έξοχος

Italian → German - fine

Pronunciation
n. neige, absicht, grenze, abbruch, schluss, abschluss, schlussakt, ausgang, rand, tod, zweck, untergang, erlöschen, aufhören, ende, ziel, ausgehen, letzte, omega
adj. dünn, zierlich, fein, delikat, subtil, tüchtig, zart, vornehm, genau, klug

English → Arabic - fine

Pronunciation
‏نهاية، غرامة‏
‏غرم، روق، بسط‏
‏لطيف، رقيق، رائع، ناعم، ممتاز، مرهف، رفيع، دقيق، ظريف، جذاب، حساس، أنيق، جميل، صاف، ممتع، فاخر، حسن، بديع، في أحسن حال‏

English → Chinese - fine

Pronunciation
(名) 罚金, 罚款#好天气
(动) 使纯; 使精细; 澄清; 使细小; 变清; 变细; 处...以罚金
(形) 美好的, 优秀的; 纤细的; 杰出的; 尖细的

English → Chinese - fine

Pronunciation
(名) 罰金, 罰款#好天氣
(動) 使純; 使精細; 澄清; 使細小; 變清; 變細; 處...以罰金
(形) 美好的, 優秀的; 纖細的; 傑出的; 尖細的

English → Hindi - fine

Pronunciation
n. अर्थदंड, जुर्माना, जुरमाना, अच्छा मौसिम
v. अर्थदंड देना, जुर्माना करना, जुरमाना करना, पारदर्शक हो जाना, झिल्लड़ हो जाना, साफ़ होना
a. स्पष्ट, शिष्ट, पतला, महीन, सुंदर, कोमल, शुद्ध, ललित, उत्कृष्ट, संतोषप्रद
adv. सजीलापन से, ललितता रूप में, बख़ूबी, बहुत अच्छी तरह

English → Japanese - fine

Pronunciation
(名) 晴天; 罰金; 礼金; 封土保有者負担金; フィーネ; 並の品質のブランデー
(動) 細かくする; 清澄させる; 罰金を科する; 罰金として払う
(副) 立派に; 微細に; 見事に

English → Korean - fine

Pronunciation
명. 벌금
동. 벌금을 과하다; 정제하다; 가늘게 하다; 깨끗하게 하다
형. 미묘한;엷은; 얄팍한; 잘생긴; 품질이 우수한; 뛰어난; 예리한; 뾰족한; 세련된; 정제된; 우아한

English → Vietnamese - fine

Pronunciation
n. sau cùng, sau chót, tiền phạt, số tiền cọc người mướn trả bù
v. bắt phạt, trả tiền bù, lọc trong rượu, tinh luyện
a. nguyên chất, phong nhã, đẹp, thanh lịch, cao quý, tốt, đẹp đẽ
adv. tuyệt sắc

Definition of fine

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Of subjective quality.
1. Of superior quality.
The tree frog that they encountered was truly a fine specimen.
Only a really fine wine could fully complement Lucía's hand-made pasta.
2. Informal Being acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory.
"How are you today?" "Fine."
"Will this one do? It's got a dent in it" "Yeah, it'll be fine, I guess."
"It's fine with me if you stay out late, so long as you're back by three."
3. Informal Good-looking, attractive.
That man is so fine that I'd jump into his pants without a moment's hesitation.
4. Subtle, delicately balanced.
5. Obsolete Showy; overdecorated.
6. Delicate; subtle; exquisite; artful; dexterous.
2. Of objective quality.
7. Of a particular grade of quality, usually between very good and very fine, and below mint.
The small scratch meant that his copy of X-Men #2 was merely fine when it otherwise would have been near mint.
8. Of weather Sunny and not raining.
9. Consisting of especially minute particulate; made up of particularly small pieces.
Grind it into a fine powder.   When she touched the artifact, it collapsed into a heap of fine dust.
10. Particularly slender; especially thin, narrow, or of small girth.
The threads were so fine that you had to look through a magnifying glass to see them.
11. Made of slender or thin filaments.
They protected themselves from the small parasites with a fine wire mesh.
12. Having a (specified) proportion of pure metal in its composition.
Coins nine tenths fine
3. Behind the batsman and at a small angle to the line between the wickets.
...to nudge it through the covers (or tickle it down to fine leg) for a fournb...
4. Subtle; thin; tenuous.
Adverb
5. Expression of agreement
6. Well, nicely, in a positive way
Everything worked out fine.
7. Finely; elegantly; delicately.
8. In a manner so that the driven ball strikes the object ball so far to one side as to be barely deflected, the object ball being driven to one side.
Noun
9. Fine champagne; French brandy.
10. Something that is fine; fine particles
Verb
11. To make finer, purer, or cleaner; to purify or clarify.
To fine gold
12. To become finer, purer, or cleaner.
13. To make finer, or less coarse, as in bulk, texture, etc.
To fine the soil
14. To change by fine gradations.
To fine down a ship's lines, i.e. to diminish her lines gradually
15. To clarify (wine and beer) by filtration.
16. To become gradually fine; to diminish; to dwindle (with away, down, or off).
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Verb Forms

Present participle: fining
Present: fine (3.person: fines)
Past: fined
Future: will fine
Present conditional: would fine
Present Perfect: have fined (3.person: has fined)
Past Perfect: had fined
Future Perfect: will have fined
Past conditional: would have fined
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