beautiful and of high quality; better than most of its kind
delicate and difficult to understand or notice
bright and sunny; not wet
healthy and comfortable
too grand and perhaps not true
so as to be very thin or in very small bits
(weather) become bright; make or become pure and clear
improve by making or becoming thinner, less wasteful, or more exact
punish by a fine
an amount of money paid as a punishment
"an all-right movie"
"the passengers were shaken up but are all right"
"is everything all right?"
"things are okay"
"dinner and the movies had been fine"
"another minute I'd have been fine"
"a fine distinction"
"a fine film of oil"
"read the fine print"
"looking fine in her Easter suit"
"a fine gentleman"
"fine china and crystal"
"a fine violinist"
"the fine hand of a master"
"wood with a fine grain"
"fine powdery snow"
"batiste is a cotton fabric with a fine weave"
"covered with a fine film of dust"
"gold 21 carats fine"
"finely shaped features"
"her fine drawn body"
"I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the street"
"Move your car or else you will be ticketed!"
We stood for our faith, when our life was the fine.
出自： J. S. Blackie
You go about, in rain or fine, at all hours.
出自： C. Lamb
He drank half a bottle of very fine claret.
出自： S. Raven
Fined and thrice refined I' the crucible of life.
他的粗俗习惯渐渐变得文雅起来了。 fine sth ⇔ away
He endeavored to fine away the objections of his opponents.
She fined away superfluous matter in the design.
自去年以来,她苗条多了。 fine sth ⇔ down
The worker fined the metal down.
His face was fined down.
他的脸消瘦下来了。 fine sth ⇔ down
She fined down her choice of words.
He needs to fine down his theory a bit.
Now that the original plans have been fined down, they are much more practical.
He was fined for failing to complete the tax form.
The businessman was fined for dodging taxes.
The motorist was fined for careless driving.
驾驶员因开车不慎而受到罚款。 fine sb sth for sth/v-ing
The judge fined her 25 dollars for her mistake.
The three demonstrators were fined 50 dollars each for breach of the peace.