English dictionary definition of fine. Handing in your paper on Monday is fine. To make or become finer, purer, or fine friend finder. A sum of money required to be paid especially to the government as a penalty for an offense.
English court, based upon a simulated lawsuit. You can use it to say that something is very good or impressive. Do you want more milk? Is she settling down in England? Don’t use ‘finely’ in sentences like these. Move your car or else you will be ticketed! This is a fine book.
She is fine and sends her best wishes. It’s fine to ask questions as we go along. The ship came to rest on the fine sand. The heat scorched the fine hairs on her arms. Her suit was of a pale grey fine material. We waited in our fine clothes.
She wears fine jewellery wherever she goes. Fine detailed work is done with the help of a magnifying glass. They are reserving judgement on the fine detail. She has a fine eye for detail.