1. Very thin in gauge or diameter; SYN. tenuous.
2. Minutely precise especially in differences in meaning
3. Of texture; being small-grained or smooth to the touch or having fine particles
4. Very small
5. Characterized by elegance or refinement
6. Superior in skill or ability or accomplishment
7. Superior to the average; SYN. good.
8. Trained to the highest degree of physical excellence
9. Used ironically; SYN. pretty.
10. (Metallurgy) Having a high or specified degree of purity; SYN. f.
1. Finely: as very well
2. All right
3. With a very narrow margin of time or space
Sinonimi: mulct | amercement | fining
ETYM Old Eng. fin, Latin finis end, also in Late Lat., a final agreement or concord between the lord and his vassal.
1. Money extracted as a penalty; SYN. mulct, amercement.
2. The act of imposing a fine; SYN. fining.
To impose a fine on; SYN. mulct.