Fine

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Definition

(a) fine (car), (a) fine (slice), (a) fine (wine): (a) nice, good, suitable (car, wine); a thin (slice)
adjective

(-How are you doing?) -I'm doing fine: (-How are you?) -I'm ok, good, well
idiom

Fine!: Ok! Agreed!
idiom

(Water will be) fine (thank you): (Water will be) satisfactory, ok, enough (thank you)
adjective

Examples

  • "Horatio : Fine, fine."
  • "-No wine after 10 pm. A digestif like a brandy or Armagnac is fine."
  • "Bruno : Fine."
  • "The Delavigne Corporation is one of San Francisco's most-respected local businesses, producing fine products since the early twentieth century."
  • "The important thing is that you appreciate this fine French delicacy."
  • "Vicar : No, she's fine."
  • "I thought you might be thirsty, so I've prepared a selection of fine whiskies."
  • "Philip : Ahem, ahem. Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you so much for coming to my first exhibition, I hope you're enjoying the fine art on display as well as the nachos and fruit punch I've generously provided."
  • "You dealt with minor setbacks like Luna DeLune's absurd claim that her LunaBot ‘had bad energy' (we checked the voltage, she was fine)."

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