fine

adjective

  • 1

    Of very high quality; very good of its kind.

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interjection

Dialects

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Emoji One's OK hand emoji Apple's OK hand emoji Twemoji's OK hand emoji Facebook's OK hand emoji Messenger's OK hand emoji Google's OK hand emoji
Emoji One's thumbs up emoji Apple's thumbs up emoji Twemoji's thumbs up emoji Facebook's thumbs up emoji Messenger's thumbs up emoji Google's thumbs up emoji
Emoji One's OK button emoji Apple's OK button emoji Twemoji's OK button emoji Facebook's OK button emoji Messenger's OK button emoji Google's OK button emoji

Origin

Middle English: from Old French fin, based on Latin finire ‘to finish’ (see finish).

Middle English: from Old French fin ‘end, payment’, from Latin finis ‘end’ (in medieval Latin denoting a sum paid on settling a lawsuit). The original sense was ‘conclusion’ (surviving in the phrase in fine); also used in the medieval Latin sense, the word came to denote a penalty of any kind, later specifically a monetary penalty.

Pronunciation

  • fine /fʌɪn/