Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fine"

The meaning of "Fine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fine rain mean?
A: I think it's light rain
Q: What does requiring fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination mean?
A: It means that you are very steady with your hands and can make very precise movements. That you are very coordiated between what you see and how you move your hands in response to your visual impulses.
Q: What does There's a fine line between something and something else. mean?
A: @Eduardoakaedu: It means that the two things are clearly different.
Q: What does fine cookies mean?
A: @hiromikaze: 美味しいクッキー? Fine = delicious, tasty, high quality (高品位?)
Q: What does that's fine, I'm totally down. mean?
A: "I'm down" is slang meaning "yes i want to do that", "let's do that"

Example sentences using "Fine"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm fine with.
A: “What do you want to eat?”
“I’m fine with anything.” :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with fine to pay.
A: Your car got impounded. There’s a fine to pay to get it back.

There will be a fine to pay if you return the books late.

Excuse me, is there a fine to pay?
Q: Please show me example sentences with fine.
A: 1) "Are you feeling okay?" "I'm fine."
2) "Would you like me to hold your bag?" "No, no! I'm completely fine."

The way I used fine in the two sentences is more like another word for being okay. It'd mean the same if you were to replace it like: "Would you like me to hold your bag?" "No, no! I'm completely okay."

3) "Sarah, go to the park!" "Fine."

In this sentence, fine is used more like an approval (agreeing) to something. Whenever some people use it that way, they either complain or feel upset.

Hope this helps! Have a good day~
Q: Please show me example sentences with There's a fine line between....
A: there's a fine line between love and like
there's a fine line between tipsy and drunk
there's a fine line between bullying and messing around
Q: Please show me example sentences with fine by me.
A: You want to leave work early? Fine by me, but I am not going with you.
My boyfriend left me, but it was fine by me because I didn't love hime anymore.

Synonyms of "Fine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it would be fine and it will be fine ?
A: It would be fine is used, for example, in hypothetical situations. Ex: It would be fine if you joined us for dinner. Your mom has already given you permission.
It will be fine is commonly used to comfort someone. Ex: I'm so sorry your hamster died. I know it's going to be hard but, you'll see how after some time, it will be fine. Try not to worry too much.
Q: What is the difference between It should be fine. and It would be fine. ?
A: It would be fine- in the case of 'it' happening, it will be fine."
It should be fine- 'it' will most likely be fine."

e.g "We can't have the party while it's raining."
"If we had planned for the party earlier, everything would be fine."

"What are we going to do if it rains on the day of the party?"
"I brought a cover so it should be fine."
Q: What is the difference between I hope you will be fine soon. and I hope you will get well soon. ?
A: "I hope you will be fine soon" is a phrase targeted towards someone who is going through emotional hardship. "I hope you will get well soon" is a phrase targeted towards someone who is going through medical problems or ill.
Q: What is the difference between "I'm fine with that." and "That's fine with me." ?
A: They are different ways of saying the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between fine and nice ?
A: Fine describes a state.
Nice describes a personality or the "goodness" of something.

-Are you okay?
-I'm fine. (I'm not hurt.)

She is so nice! She bought me lunch yesterday.

Nice car, dude! (The car is very good looking.)

Translations of "Fine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)?
미세먼지 == fine dust
초미세먼지 == ?
A: ultra fine, super fine, very fine
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a fine supple coat of gleaming black ringmail over layers of black wool and boiled leather.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm fine
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m fine
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say just "fine" , when I want to mean I am alright
A: Yeah, it's fairly commonly used. It can sometimes imply that you are annoyed or upset though, but that mostly depends on intonation.

Other questions about "Fine"

Q: ​​​​​​As it isn't fine,I won't go out.

Not it being fine,I won't go out does this sound natural?
A: @Pyon75 I would write:

As the weather is not good, I will not go out.

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Q: It should be a fine for smoking on the street. does this sound natural?
A: There should be a fine for smoking on the street
Q: I am sorry to hear that you pay a fine.
I think that traffic system should difficult to me in america. does this sound natural?
A: "I am sorry to hear that you had to pay a fine. I think the traffic system in America would be difficult for me."
Q: I got a fine bill by mail today since my car was taken picture one week ago by people who control illegal parking. I just pulled over my car by a road and dropped by a convenience store to buy ice coffee because it was hot day and I was thirsty at that time.
Anyway I have pay the fine 100 dollars by next week. It is very very unlucky day! does this sound natural?
A: I got a fine in the mail today because a picture was taken of my car a week ago by people who control illegal parking. I happened to pull over by a curb and dropped by a convenience store to buy ice coffee because it was a hot day and I was thirsty at the time. Because of this, I have to pay $100 dollars by next week. Today is an unlucky day for me!
Q: What a fine weather! does this sound natural?
A: "What fine weather!" is correct. Weather cannot be counted so you don't need "a" in front. Dogs can be counted so you would say "What a cute dog!"

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