fineness

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English - Turkish
incelik
çapkınlık
duyarlılık
zarafet
güzellik
ayar
fine
hoş

Bu, Boston'un en hoşi otellerinden biridir. - This is one of Boston's finest hotels.

Tom onun için hava hoş olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said that's fine with him.

fine
ince

Kabul edilebilirler ve edilemezler arasında ince bir çizgi vardır. - There's a fine line between what's acceptable and what's not.

Bu planı uygulamak için karar verilmesine rağmen, ince noktaların hâlâ planlanmaya ihtiyacı var. - Although the decision to implement this plan has already been made, the finer points still need to be planned out.

fine
iyi

İyiyim, teşekkürler. Ya siz? - Fine, thank you. And you?

“İyi misin?” “Ben iyiyim!” - Are you OK? I'm fine!

fineness ratio
incelik oranı
fineness test
(Madencilik,Teknik) incelik deneyi
fibre fineness
(Tekstil) lif inceliği
fine
{s} güzel

Çaba güzel sonuçlar üretir. - Effort produces fine results.

O, oyun için güzel bir önsöz yazdı. - He wrote a fine preface to the play.

fine
para cezası vermek
fine
(Hukuk) para cezası

Tom 300 dolar para cezası ödedi. - Tom paid a $300 fine.

Ken hızdan dolayı 7.000 yen para cezasına çarptırıldı. - Ken was fined 7,000 yen for speeding.

fine
berraklaşmak
fine
açılmak
fine
arıtmak
fine
{s} narin
fine
rakik
fine
duygulu
fine
yolunda

Sanırım her şey yolunda. - I think everything's fine.

Tom'a her şeyin yolunda olduğunu söyle. - Tell Tom that everything's fine.

fine
tetik
fine
zarafet
fine
kıyak
fine
sıkı

Cümlede bir sıkıntı göremedim. - The sentence seems fine to me.

fine
ceza vermek
fine
zarif
fine
ceza yazmak
fine
iyilik sağlık
fine
(maden) saf
fine
ceza kesmek
fine
güzel (hava)
fine
kaliteli
fine
güzellik
fine
rahat

Rahatla, iyi gidiyorsun. - Relax, you're doing fine.

fine
iyi kaliteli
fine
halis
fine
ala

Bu güzel günlerden bir gün o sadece hak ettiğini alacak. - One of these fine days he will get his just deserts.

Tom muhtemelen bunun yaptığı için para cezası alacak. - Tom is likely going to be fined for doing that.

fine
cezaya çarptırmak
fine
(hava) açık
fine
katkısız
fine
cezalandırmak
fine
para cezası kesmek
fine
yakşı
fine
(hava) güzel
fine
açık

O, orada ne olduğu ile ilgili güzel bir açıklama yazdı. - He wrote a fine description of what happened there.

fine
sağlıklı

Güzel sağlıklı bir bebek doğurdu. - She gave birth to a fine healthy baby.

Sağlıklı bir merak, aslında güzel bir şeydir. - A healthy curiosity is truly a fine thing.

fine
(iş) dikkatli
fine
iyi bir şekilde
fine
ince ince

Bayırturpunu soy ve ince ince doğra. - Peel and finely chop the horseradish.

fine
kırıntılar halinde
fine
çok iyi

O gün hepimiz çok iyi bir zaman geçirdik. - We all had a fine time that day.

Bu o zamandan beri çok iyi. - It has been very fine since then.

fine
{i} ceza

Tom'un cezayı ödemekten başka hiçbir seçeneği yoktu. - Tom had no choice but to pay the fine.

Tom 300 dolar para cezası ödedi. - Tom paid a $300 fine.

Fine
nefise
cement fineness
çimento inceliği
fine
{f} berraklaştırmak
fine
çok ince

Bu kahveyi çok ince öğüt. - Grind this coffee very fine.

fine
{s} âlâ, mükemmel, üstün
fine
çokiyi bir şekil
fine
saf
fine
ucu ucuna
fine
som
fine
incecik
fine
hassas
fine
nefis
fine
{s} saf, katışıksız, halis
fine
mükemmel

Mükemmel iyi hissediyorum. - I feel perfectly fine.

fine
ustaca yapılan
fine
keyfi yerinde
fine
{s} hassas, ince ruhlu, duygulu
fine
son

Çaba güzel sonuçlar üretir. - Effort produces fine results.

Umarım bu güzel hava hafta sonuna kadar sürer. - I hope this fine weather lasts till the weekend.

fine
{s} uygun
fine
dikkatli
fine
fine cezalandır
fine
saf/açık/ince/güzel/iyi
fine
parlak
fine
{f} para cezasına çarptırmak
fine
küçük

Ben iyiyim. Sadece küçük bir kesik. - I'm fine. It's just a little cut.

silver fineness
gümüş ayarı
English - English
The ratio, in a precious metal, of the primary metal to any additives or impurities
The ratio of a ship's length to her beam
{n} elegance, show, purify, artfulness
the quality of being very good indeed; "the inn is distinguished by the fineness of its cuisine" having a very fine texture; "the fineness of the sand on the beach" the property of being very narrow or thin; "he marvelled at the fineness of her hair
{i} delicateness; thinness; pureness; elegancy; softness
the quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance; "the daintiness of her touch"; "the fineness of her features"
The purity of precious metal measured in parts per thousand
having a very fine texture; "the fineness of the sand on the beach"
Amount of gold, or karat of a piece of jewelry Sometimes "karat fineness" or "gold fineness"
Purity of precious metals described in parts per thousand A silver bar of a fineness of 999 contains 999 parts of silver and one part of something else
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the percentage or decimal proportion of precious metal in a coin
A measure of the purity equal to the number of parts of pure silver in 1000 parts of the alloy; represents the purity of precious metals, either in monetary or bullion form
The purity of a precious metal coin, usually expressed as a percentage one thousand parts
The mean fiber diameter which is usually expresses in microns The diameter of Alpaca fleece is generally varying from 20 to 34 microns, with the lower number being more fine than the larger number Royal Baby fleece may be as fine as 15 microns Vicuna fleece may be 10-15 microns
The proportion of the pure precious metal in gold or silver coins and bullion American gold coins were 9/10th fine, while British gold coins were 11/12th fine
the property of being very narrow or thin; "he marvelled at the fineness of her hair
Indicated proportion of pure metal in gold or silver Fineness is usually expressed in thousandths; that is, pure metal is 1 000; U S gold is 900 fine
The ratio of a ships length to her beam
the property of being very narrow or thin; "he marvelled at the fineness of her hair"
The purity of gold or silver, always expressed in terms of one thousand parts
the quality of being very good indeed; "the inn is distinguished by the fineness of its cuisine"
the percentage of metal in gold and silver coins Example: a 1964 Dime has a fineness of 90%
The quality or condition of being fine
The proportion of pure silver or gold in jewelry, bullion, or coins
Freedom from foreign matter or alloy; clearness; purity; as, the fineness of liquor
Term used to describe the purity of gold; i e , 948 fine gold contains 948 parts gold and 52 parts of other material
Keenness or sharpness; as, the fineness of a needle's point, or of the edge of a blade
fine
to make finer, purer, or cleaner
fine
A payment or fee issued as punishment for breaking the law
fine
Good-looking, attractive
fine
Of superior quality
fine
The location in a musical score that indicates the end of the piece, particularly when the piece ends somewhere in the middle of the score due to a section of the music being repeated
fine
Fine champagne; French brandy

He refilled his glass. ‘The fine is very good,’ he said.

fine
to clarify (wine and beer) by filtration
fine
something that is fine; fine particles
fine
Subtle, delicately balanced
fine
The end of a musical composition
fine
Made of slender or thin filaments
fine
Particularly slender; especially thin, narrow, or of small girth
fine
Behind the batsman and at a small angle to the line between the wickets
fine
To issue a fine as punishment to (someone)
fine
Being acceptable, adequate, passable, or satisfactory
fine
to become finer, purer, or cleaner
fine
very well; excellently
fine
{n} a penalty, forfeiture, advance money, end
fine
{a} showy, nice, handsome, pure, clear
fine
{v} to inflict a penalty, refine, purify, adorn
fine
To finish; to cease; or to cause to cease
fine
A sum of money charged for not returning library items by the specified due date
fine
thin in thickness or diameter; "a fine film of oil"; "fine hairs"; "read the fine print
fine
Distinguished
fine
in a superior and skilled manner; "the soldiers were fighting finely"
fine
Very similar to 'As New', but without that crisp feel Again, there will be no defects, etc , and if the jacket has a small rips or looks worn, this will be noted
fine
This book is close to being as new, but it lacks the crispness of a new book Fine, there must also be no defects and if the jacket has a small tear, or other defect, or looks worn, this should be noted
fine
{s} delicate; thin; flimsy; handsome; top-quality; excellent; sharp; sharpened; refined; purified; elegant
fine
Not coarse, gross, or heavy Not gross; subtile; thin; tenous
fine
{f} punish with a fine, impose a tax upon; refine, purify; become fine or finer; make thin or thinner, reduce; clarify
fine
being in good health; "he's feeling all right again"; "I'm fine, how are you?"
fine
Approaches the condition of "As New", but without being crisp For the use of the term Fine there must be no defects, etc , and if the jacket has a small tear, or other defect, or looks worn, this should be noted (AB Bookman ) Often, in older books this standard is relaxed a little and the condition may be judged relative to the average or usual condition of copies encountered; a fine copy is therefore considerably above average
fine
A sum of money paid as part of a penalty of conviction for a particular criminal offense
fine
money extracted as a penalty
fine
approaches the condition of As New, but without being crisp For the use of the term Fine there must also be no defects, etc , and if the jacket has a small tear, or other defect, or looks worn, those should be noted
fine
The judge may order the defendant to pay a fine as part of a federal criminal sentence The U S Sentencing Commission's sentencing guidelines require the judge to impose a fine within the applicable range in all cases except for those cases in which the defendant establishes an inability to pay a fine or that payment of a fine would unduly burden the defendant's dependents
fine
Nice; delicate; subtle; exquisite; artful; skillful; dexterous
fine
To become fine (in any one of various senses); as, the ale will fine; the weather fined
fine
End; conclusion; termination; extinction
fine
Aiming at show or effect; loaded with ornament; overdressed or overdecorated; showy
fine
Finished; brought to perfection; refined; hence, free from impurity; excellent; superior; elegant; worthy of admiration; accomplished; beautiful
fine
Not thick or heavy; slender; filmy; as, a fine thread
fine
sentence-initial expression of agreement
fine
To make finer, or less coarse, as in bulk, texture, etc
fine
Made of fine materials; light; delicate; as, fine linen or silk
fine
Consisting of especially minute particulate; made up of particularly small pieces
fine
(of weather) pleasant; not raining, perhaps with the sun shining; "a fine summer evening"
fine
[WPI] adj Good, but not good enough to be {cuspy} The word `fine' is used elsewhere, of course, but without the implicit comparison to the higher level implied by {cuspy}
fine
A penalty which requires a person to pay a sum of money within a fixed period of time Failure to pay may result in further penalties being imposed including imprisonment •Children & Criminal Law
fine
A sum of money a person must pay as punishment because of an illegal act or omission
fine
A sentence which may be imposed on a convictd person whereby he/she may be ordered to pay a specific amount of money as punishment Usually a default period accompanies this fine and the person will be compelled to serve time if the fine is not paid within that time period
fine
to fine down a ship's lines, to diminish her lines gradually
fine
of texture; being small-grained or smooth to the touch or having fine particles; "wood with a fine grain"; "fine powdery snow"; "fine rain"; "batiste is a cotton fabric with a fine weave"; "covered with a fine film of dust"
fine
A sentence that requires the payment of money to the court
fine
The end
fine
as
fine
money extracted as a penalty characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment; "fine wine"; "looking fine in her Easter suit"; "a fine gentleman"; "fine china and crystal"; "a fine violinist"; "the fine hand of a master"
fine
Finely; well; elegantly; fully; delicately; mincingly
fine
A sum of money or price paid for obtaining a benefit, favor, or privilege, as for admission to a copyhold, or for obtaining or renewing a lease
fine
the amount of money which is owed by the borrower if his/her books, materials, or reserves are not returned on time
fine
3 (b)
fine
to fine the soil
fine
In the context of the Gazetteer, this was a payment to the Crown in return for a royal grant The fines proffered each year were recorded on the Fine Rolls; some were also noted on the Pipe Rolls
fine
being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition; "an all-right movie"; "the passengers were shaken up but are all right"; "is everything all right?"; "everything's fine"; "things are okay"; "dinner and the movies had been fine"; "another minute I'd have been fine"
fine
expression of agreement
fine
A very small particle of material such as very fine sander dust or very small pieces of bark
fine
one possible sanction for an offence under the Code, expressed as a percentage of the current regular tuition fee for a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts
fine
Money that is owed by a borrower when library items are not returned on time
fine
superior to the average; "in fine spirits"; "a fine student"; "made good grades"; "morale was good"; "had good weather for the parade"
fine
a fee charged for an item returned to the library after the due date
fine
Used ironically
fine
Having (such) a proportion of pure metal in its composition; as, coins nine tenths fine
fine
A sum of money paid as the settlement of a claim, or by way of terminating a matter in dispute; especially, a payment of money imposed upon a party as a punishment for an offense; a mulct
fine
characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment; "fine wine"; "looking fine in her Easter suit"; "a fine gentleman"; "fine china and crystal"; "a fine violinist"; "the fine hand of a master"
fine
A final agreement concerning lands or rents between persons, as the lord and his vassal
fine
To impose a pecuniary penalty upon for an offense or breach of law; to set a fine on by judgment of a court; to punish by fine; to mulct; as, the trespassers were fined ten dollars
fine
To pay a fine
fine
To make fine; to refine; to purify, to clarify; as, to fine gold
fine
issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty; "I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the street"; "Move your car or else you will be ticketed!"
fine
To change by fine gradations; as Naut
fine
{i} monetary penalty, punishment which involves the payment of a specified sum of money
fine
thin in thickness or diameter; "a fine film of oil"; "fine hairs"; "read the fine print"
fine
free or impurities; having a high or specified degree of purity; "gold 21 carats fine"
fine
The end of a musical piece
fine
Of a particular grade of quality, usually between very good and very fine, and below mint
fine
In a manner so that the driven ball strikes the object ball so far to one side as to be deflected but little, the object ball being driven to one side
fine
minutely precise especially in differences in meaning; "a fine distinction"
fine
in a delicate manner; "finely shaped features"; "her fine drawn body"
fine
Being dismissive, a way to keep to yourself when asked, "How are you?" "Fine"
fine
A financial charge that is levied against a patron as a penalty for having overdue, damaged, or lost resources Fines, like fees are charges which are collected into invoices Overdue fines are generated at return time by WebCheckout Operators with the proper authorization may also place fines on patrons manually How overdue fines are assessed is controlled as part of the circulation policy of the relevant resource type See Also: Hold, Invoice, Fee
fine
Not coarse; comminuted; in small particles; as, fine sand or flour
fine
The amount of money you will owe if you keep library materials past the due date Your fine will equal the number of days an item is overdue times the number of items overdue
fine
Fee charged for an item returned to the Library after the due date The amount of the fine varies depending on the source For more information on fines, consult the Library's Circulation Policies
fine
Thin; attenuate; keen; as, a fine edge
fine
See Fine, n
fine
A pecuniary punishment imposed by lawful tribunal upon person convicted of crime or misdemeanor A monetary penalty It may include a forfeiture or penalty recoverable in a civil action, and in criminal convictions, may be in addition to imprisonment
fine
Sunny and not raining
fine
gourmet
fineness

    Hyphenation

    fine·ness

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    (adjective.) 13th century. Middle English fin, from Old French, from Latin finis, noun, end, limit.

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