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ADJ-GRADED 合理的;公平的;公正的 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?...
ADJ (数量、程度、尺寸或距离)相当多(或大、长)的 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.
ADJ (猜测、想法)正确的，合理的 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.
ADJ (水平、质量)一般的，尚可的，不错的 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.
ADJ-GRADED (头发)浅色的，淡色的 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.
ADJ-GRADED (皮肤)白皙的 Fair skin is very pale and usually burns easily.
It's important to protect my fair skin from the sun.
ADJ-GRADED (天气)晴朗的，晴好的 When the weather is fair, it is quite sunny and not raining.
Weather conditions were fair.
N-COUNT 集市;市场 A county, state, or country fair is an event where there are, for example, displays of goods and animals, and amusements, games, and competitions.
N-COUNT 同 funfair A fair is the same as a funfair .
N-COUNT (尤指某类商品的)展销会,交易会 A fair is an event at which people display and sell goods, especially goods of a particular type.
...an antiques fair.
PHRASE 说句公道话;平心而论 You use fair in expressions such as to be fair and let's be fair when you want to add a favourable comment about someone or something that you have just mentioned and to correct a false impression that you might have given.
To be fair, the team is young and not yet settled...
And, let us be fair, some MPs do work hard.
PHRASE (说法、决定或行为)有些道理，说得过去 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...
Fair enough, you didn't have a perfectly happy childhood: but your childhood is over now.
CONVENTION 有道理;说得对;敢情好 You say fair enough to acknowledge what someone has just said and to indicate that you understand it.
'I'm taking it to our local police station.' — 'Oh right, fair enough.'...
'The message was addressed to me and I don't see why I should show it to you.' — 'Fair enough.'
PHRASE 做事光明正大;行事正直 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.
PHRASE 可以说;应该说 You use fair in expressions such as It would be fair to say in order to introduce a statement which you believe to be true and reasonable.
It would be fair to say he had one or two unhappy moments out there...
I think it's fair to say that it didn't sound quite right.
PHRASE 光明正大地;诚实地 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.