fairly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
epey

Tom epeyce yaşlı, değil mi? - Tom is fairly old, isn't he?

oldukça

Tom dün girdiği sınavda oldukça iyi yaptı. - Tom did fairly well on the test he took yesterday.

Tom görünmeden Mary'yi izlemeyi oldukça kolay buldu. - Tom found it fairly easy to follow Mary without being seen.

yansızca
dosdoğru
hayli
(Ticaret) tamamıyla
hakça
tam olarak
tam anlamıyla
kurallara uygun biçimde
dürüst bir biçimde

Herkese dürüst bir biçimde davranalım. - Let's treat everybody fairly.

yeterli
açıkça
epeyce

Tom epeyce yaşlı, değil mi? - Tom is fairly old, isn't he?

dürüstçe

O, bana karşı dürüstçe davrandı. - He acted fairly toward me.

Medyanın, haberleri dürüstçe sunduğunu hissediyor musun? - Do you feel that the media presents the news fairly?

güzelce
adeta
uygun bir şekilde
tamamen/oldukça/dürüstçe
âdeta: He fairly flew down the stairs. Merdivenlerden âdeta uçarak
safça
tarafsızca

Tom'a tarafsızca davranıldı. - Tom was treated fairly.

oldukça: fairly big oldukça büyük
temiz
adaletli/adil bir şekilde
büsbütün
adilane

Tom sana adilane davranıyor, değil mi? - Tom has been treating you fairly, hasn't he?

uygunca
harfi harfine
pek
adil bir şekilde
iyice
makul

O oldukça makul bir fiyat. - That's a fairly reasonable price.

uygun
epeyi
fair
adaletli

Tom'a adaletli şekilde davranıldı. - Tom has been treated fairly.

fair
{i} panayır
fair
dürüst

Herkese dürüst bir biçimde davranalım. - Let's treat everybody fairly.

Dürüst olmak gerekirse, o mantıklı bir kişidir. - To be fair, he is a sensible person.

fair
fuar

Geleneksel ekmek fuarı düzenlediler. - They organized a traditional bread fair.

Fuarda dikkate değer bir şey yoktu. - There was nothing worthy of remark at the fair.

fair
{s} adil

Davadaki hakim adil değildi. - The judge in the case was not fair.

Benim tartışmayı destekleyecek adil bir miktar bilimsel veriyi sıralayacağım - I will marshal a fair amount of scientific data to support my argument.

fairly similar
(Bilgisayar) oldukça benzer
fairly small
ufarak
fairly well
fena değil
fairly well
oldukça iyi

Yüzme oldukça iyi yapabildiğim bir şey. - Swimming is one thing I can do fairly well.

Tom dün girdiği sınavda oldukça iyi yaptı. - Tom did fairly well on the test he took yesterday.

fair
{s} açık

Onun açık renkli bir cilt ve saçı vardır. - She has a fair skin and hair.

Onun açık bir teni vardır. - She has a fair complexion.

fair
çok

Öğretmen, sınavlarımızda not verirken çok adildi. - The teacher was very fair when she marked our exams.

Tom'un çok açık bir teni var ve güneşte kolayca yanar. - Tom has a very fair complexion and burns easily in the sun.

fair
{i} festival
fair
dosdoğru
fair
{s} insaflı
fair
beyaz tenli
fair
büsbütün
fair
doğrudan doğruya
fair
kesmek
fair
(Ticaret) ortalama
fair
adilane

Tom sana adilane davranıyor, değil mi? - Tom has been treating you fairly, hasn't he?

fair
(Hukuk) doğru

Tom doğruyu söylüyor, ben oldukça eminim. - Tom is telling the truth, I'm fairly certain.

Üç doktor odadan çıkar çıkmaz Peri, Pinokyo'nun yatağına doğru gitti ve alnına dokununca onun ateşler içinde yandığını gördü. - As soon as the three doctors had left the room, the Fairy went to Pinocchio's bed and, touching him on the forehead, noticed that he was burning with fever.

fair
{s} kayda değer
fair
harfi harfine
fair
güzelce
fair
{i} lunapark (gezici)
fair
{s} kurallara uygun
fair
kumral
fair
kermes
fair
allah için
fair
pazar
fair
pak
fair
efendice
fair
dürüstçe

Ben dürüstçe kazandım. - I won fair and square.

O, bana karşı dürüstçe davrandı. - He acted fairly toward me.

fair
{s} güzel, açık ve güneşli (hava)
fair
şöyle böyle
fair
{s} makul

Adil ve makul olmadığından dolayı önerinizi kabul edemem. - I can't agree to your proposal on the ground that it is not fair and reasonable.

Bunu için makul bir fiyat ödedik. - We paid a fair price for it.

fair
saf
fair
{f} doğrulukla
fair
net
fair
{s} iyi

O, İngilizceyi oldukça iyi konuşur. - He speaks English fairly well.

Tom oldukça iyi dans edebilir, değil mi? - Tom can dance fairly well, can't he?

fair
{s} temiz (kopya)
fair
temiz
fair
{s} namuslu
fair
{s} fena olmayan, oldukça iyi
fair
hoş

Büyükannem bana hoş peri masalları anlatırdı. - My grandmother used to tell me pleasant fairy tales.

Tom'un ondan hoşlanmayacağından oldukça eminim. - I'm fairly certain that Tom won't like that.

fair
çekici

Çekicilikle insanları değerlendirme düşüncesi benim için adil görünmüyor. - The thought of rating people by attractiveness does not seem fair to me.

fair
vasat
fair
uygun bir şekilde
fair
açık uğurlu
fair
güzel

Yarın Tokyo'da hava güzel olacak mı? - Will it be fair in Tokyo tomorrow?

Yaşam adil değil ama hala güzel. - Life isn't fair, but it's still good.

fair
zarif
fair
orta
fair
{s} yabani
fair
uygunca
fair
kaplamak (uçak)
fair
(kadın) güzel
fair
(hava) açık
fair
istenir
fair
{s} iyice
fair
fair and square doğru ve dürüst
fair
yontmak
fair
{s} uygun
fair
{s} okunaklı
fair
hakça
fair
(ten/saç) açık renkli
fair
çarşı
fair
sevimli
fair
şirin
fair
nazik
fair
hassas
fair
eşit

Dün gece ipek ve ince kumaş hakkında ya da eşitlik ve adil yargılama hakkında bir rüya gördüm. - I dreamt a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.

fair
güz

Yağmurdan sonra, güzel hava. - After the rain, fair weather.

Yaşam adil değil ama hala güzel. - Life isn't fair, but it's still good.

fair
{s} sarışın

Erkek kardeşi esmer olduğunda onun nasıl bu kadar sarışın olduğunu anlayamıyorum. - I can't understand how she can be so fair when her brother is swarthy.

fair
haklı

Bunun hakkında haklı olduğumdan oldukça eminim. - I'm fairly sure I'm right about this.

fair
mubah
fair
muvafık
fair
yasalara uygun
fair
adv.doğrulukla: adj.adaletli,fuar
fair
müsait
fair
tamamen

Yargılama tamamen adil değil. - The judgment isn't entirely fair.

O benim için tamamen adil görünüyor. - That seems completely fair to me.

fair
fuare
fair
fuarcılık
fair
hakkaniyetli
treat fairly
iyi davranmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
partly, not fully; somewhat

The weather this weekend will be fairly dry.

Softly; quietly; gently
Honestly; properly

10. You will be civil and attentive to passengers, giving proper assistance to ladies and children getting in or out, and never start the car before passengers are fairly received or landed.

Favorably; auspiciously; commodiously; as, a town fairly situated for foreign trade
In a fair manner; clearly; openly; plainly; fully; distinctly; frankly
in a fair evenhanded manner; "deal fairly with one another"
{a} honestly, justly, openly, duly, clearly
vagueness You use fairly instead of `very' to add emphasis to an adjective or adverb without making it sound too forceful. Were you always fairly bright at school? I'll have no income and no home and will need a job fairly badly. = pretty see also fair
in a fair evenhanded manner; "deal fairly with one another" in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; "they played fairly
Fairly means to quite a large degree. For example, if you say that something is fairly old, you mean that it is old but not very old. Both ships are fairly new We did fairly well but only fairly well. = quite
to a moderately sufficient extent or degree; "the shoes are priced reasonably"; "he is fairly clever with computers"; "they lived comfortably within reason"
in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; "they played fairly"
partly, not fully
justly; well enough, moderately; clearly
in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; "they played fairly
equitably
fairly good
okay, tolerably good, moderately well
Fairly.
reasonably
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Light in color, pale, particularly as regards skin tone but also refers to blond hair

She had fair hair and blue eyes.

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Just, equitable

He must be given a fair trial.

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To bring into perfect alignment (especially about rivet holes when connecting structural members)
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to construct or design a structure whose primary function is to produce a smooth outline and reduce air drag
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Between the baselines
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Beautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality

Monday's child is fair of face.

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A woman, a member of the ‘fair sex’; also as a collective singular, women

If single, probably his plighted Fair / Has in his absence wedded some rich miser .

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To make fair
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Unblemished and innocent; clean and pure

one's fair name.

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To smoothen or even a surface (especially a connection or junction on a surface)
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Something which is fair (in various senses of the adjective)

When will we learn to distinguish between the fair and the foul?.

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{n} the female sex, a free market, honesty
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attractively feminine; "the fair sex"
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Free from spots, specks, dirt, or imperfection; unblemished; clean; pure
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This is a worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, binding, jacket, etc Any defects should be noted
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If you say that someone won a competition fair and square, you mean that they won honestly and without cheating. There are no excuses. We were beaten fair and square. Temporary market where buyers and sellers gather to transact business. Fairs are held at regular intervals, generally at the same location and time of year. An important form of commerce before the Industrial Revolution, fairs solved the problem of distribution and made possible the demonstration of arts and crafts and the sale and barter of goods. They were a fixture of the Roman Empire and medieval Europe, where they were held at major caravan crossroads and near religious festivals. The rules of the fairs eventually became the basis of European business (Hukuk) Fairs began to die out as cities grew larger and transportation networks became more extensive, though some continued to exist as religious festivals or recreational events. County, agricultural, and livestock fairs are still held in many countries. The trade fair or trade show, often an international event in which exhibitors from one industry display their goods, gained popularity in the 20th century. Woodstock Music and Art Fair Charles the Fair fair trade law Philip the Fair trade fair world's fair
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A trading institution held annually In medieval England and Wales, a fair was held on a set date, normally associated with the feast of a particular saint A fair might last only a single day or over a number of days, ranging from two or three days to a week or more
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Fairness, beauty
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If you say that someone plays fair, you mean that they behave or act in a reasonable and honest way. The government is not playing fair, one union official told me
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Used, worn, with defects noted
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One method of measuring the blood flow in the capillaries of a tissue (this is generally known as organ perfusion, and is measured in ml/mg/min ) This method is based on magnetically 'labelling' the blood outside the images, and then watching it flow in
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free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules; "a fair referee"; "fair deal"; "on a fair footing"; "a fair fight"; "by fair means or foul"
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A community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements
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An event for professionals in a trade to learn of new products and do business
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(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored; "a fair complexion"
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very pleasing to the eye; "my bonny lass"; "there's a bonny bay beyond"; "a comely face"; "young fair maidens"
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This is a subjective description Considered as pleasant weather conditions with regard to the time of year and the physical conditions
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more than adequate in quality; "fair work"
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usually for some charitable object; as, a Grand Army fair
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Not overcast; cloudless; clear; pleasant; propitious; favorable; said of the sky, weather, or wind, etc
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as, a fair sky; a fair day
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A fair woman; a sweetheart
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In good condition
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A fair is an event at which people display and sell goods, especially goods of a particular type. an antiques fair. see also craft fair, trade fair
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This is a subjective description Considered as pleasant weather conditions with regard to the time of year and the physical location
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Clearly; openly; frankly; civilly; honestly; favorably; auspiciously; agreeably
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You use fair enough when you want to say that a statement, decision, or action seems reasonable to a certain extent, but that perhaps there is more to be said or done. If you don't like it, fair enough, but that's hardly a justification to attack the whole thing
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Beautiful, pleasing to the eye
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Worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc (which must be noted) Binding, jacket (if any), etc , may also be worn All defects must be noted
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a competitive exhibition of farm products; "she won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair"
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join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly visually appealing; "our fair city"
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Fair skin is very pale and usually burns easily. It's important to protect my fair skin from the sun. Fair is also a combining form. Fair-skinned people who spend a great deal of time in the sun have the greatest risk of skin cancer
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(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored; "a fair complexion"; free of clouds or rain; "today will be fair and warm"
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A fair amount, degree, size, or distance is quite a large amount, degree, size, or distance. My neighbours across the street travel a fair amount My mother's brother lives a fair distance away so we don't see him and his family very often
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A competitive exhibition of wares, farm products, etc
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free of clouds or rain; "today will be fair and warm"
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join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
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Worn book that has complete text pages, but may lack endpapers, half-title, et cetera
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A coin that exhibits wear, with the main features still distinguishable, and the legends, date and inscriptions still readable
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{s} just, equitable; reasonable; average; handsome; light colored; comfortable; clean, clear
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Fair is a worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc (which must be noted) Binding, jacket (if any, etc , may also be worn All defects must be noted (AB Bookman )
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Pleasing; favorable; inspiring hope and confidence; said of words, promises, etc
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To make smooth and flowing, as a vessel's lines
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Free from any marked characteristic; average; middling; so-so; as, a fair specimen
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not primarily for purposes of sale; as, the Mechanics' fair; an agricultural fair
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is a worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc (which must be noted) Binding, jacket (if any), etc , may also be worn All defects must be noted
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Free from obstacles or hindrances; unobstructed; unincumbered; open; direct; said of a road, passage, etc
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"marked by impartiality and honesty : free from self-interest, prejudice, or favoritism"
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Good fortune; good luck
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An acronym for "Fair Access to Insurance Requirements," FAIR offers insurance to people in high-risk areas who might otherwise be denied coverage Reinsured by the United States government, FAIR is a pooling plan with policies for fire and allied perils
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Less than 4/10 opaque cloud cover, no precipitation, and no extremes in temperature, visibility or winds
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Adequate, reasonable, or decent
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Less than normal crop condition Yield loss is a possibility but the extent is unknown Pastures are providing generally adequate feed but still less than normal for the time of year
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{i} festival, market, bazaar; exhibition, show
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Some major parts replaced; minor replacement parts may be required; metal rusted, may be lightly pitted all over, vigorously cleaned or reblued; rounded edges on metal and wood; principal lettering, numerals, and design on metal partly obliterated; wood scratched, bruised, cracked, or repaired where broken; in fair working order or can be easily repaired and placed in working order
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Without a dark hue; light; clear; as, a fair skin
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as, a fair mark; in fair sight; a fair view
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a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc
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Pleasing to the eye; handsome; beautiful
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(of a manuscript) having few alterations or corrections; "fair copy"; "a clean manuscript"
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of no exceptional quality or ability; "a novel of average merit"; "only a fair performance of the sonata"; "in fair health"; "the caliber of the students has gone from mediocre to above average"; "the performance was middling at best"
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Distinct; legible; as, fair handwriting
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Characterized by frankness, honesty, impartiality, or candor; open; upright; free from suspicion or bias; equitable; just; said of persons, character, or conduct; as, a fair man; fair dealing; a fair statement
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exhibition or marketplace, as in: We bought these baskets at the local farmers' fair
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To make fair or beautiful
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a competitive exhibition of farm products; "she won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair" gathering of producers to promote business; "world fair"; "trade fair"; "book fair" join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly visually appealing; "our fair city" (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored; "a fair complexion"; free of clouds or rain; "today will be fair and warm" (of a baseball) hit between the foul lines; "he hit a fair ball over the third base bag" free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules; "a fair referee"; "fair deal"; "on a fair footing"; "a fair fight"; "by fair means or foul" not excessive or extreme; "a fairish income"; "reasonable prices" more than adequate in quality; "fair work
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A county, state, or country fair is an event where there are, for example, displays of goods and animals, and amusements, games, and competitions
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in a fair evenhanded manner; "deal fairly with one another"
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more than adequate in quality; "fair work
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erc
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(of a baseball) hit between the foul lines; "he hit a fair ball over the third base bag"
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Someone who is fair, or who has fair hair, has light-coloured hair. Both children were very like Robina, but were much fairer than she was. Fair is also a combining form. a tall, fair-haired Englishman
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An event for public entertainment and trade, a market
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not excessive or extreme; "a fairish income"; "reasonable prices"
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justly, equitably; directly; completely, really (Slang)
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If you describe someone or something as fair, you mean that they are average in standard or quality, neither very good nor very bad. Reimar had a fair command of English. = adequate
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Plan See Fair Access to Insurance Requirements
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A gathering of buyers and sellers, assembled at a particular place with their merchandise at a stated or regular season, or by special appointment, for trade
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showing lack of favoritism; "the cold neutrality of an impartial judge"
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In safe working condition, but well worn, perhaps requiring replacement of minor parts or adjustments that should be indicated in advertisement No rust, but may have corrosion pits that do not render the gun unsafe or inoperable
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The fiducial site at Fairbanks VLBI Observatory, Alaska; combined 30s and 1s measurement system
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implies a disposition in a person or group to achieve a fitting and right balance of claims or considerations that is free from undue favouritism even to oneself, or implies a quality or result in an action befitting such a disposition (Webster's, 1986)
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gathering of producers to promote business; "world fair"; "trade fair"; "book fair"
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visually appealing; "our fair city"
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Something or someone that is fair is reasonable, right, and just. It didn't seem fair to leave out her father Do you feel they're paying their fair share? Independent observers say the campaign's been very much fairer than expected An appeals court had ruled that they could not get a fair trial in Los Angeles. + fairly fair·ly demonstrating concern for employees and solving their problems quickly and fairly In a society where water was precious, it had to be shared fairly between individuals
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in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; "they played fairly"
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When the weather is fair, it is quite sunny and not raining. Weather conditions were fair. = fine
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a grading term for a coin that is so worn that it is barely identifiable as to type
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A festival, and sale of fancy articles
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Without sudden change of direction or curvature; smooth; flowing; said of the figure of a vessel, and of surfaces, water lines, and other lines
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A fair guess or idea about something is one that is likely to be correct. It's a fair guess to say that the damage will be extensive I have a fair idea of how difficult things can be. = reasonable
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Almuggar
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a sale of miscellany; often for charity; "the church bazaar"
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{s} evenhanded
judged fairly
decided in a just fashion
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