- n.公正，公平; （皮肤的）洁白; 金发; 顺利性;
the fairness of the judicial system
In fairness to Bates, he always made it very clear that Webb was only on trial until the end of the season.
There is much more to be said, in all fairness, on both sides of the issue.
That decision raised questions about the secretary of state's powers and the fairness of his procedure.
Her introduction is a model of fairness, a lively summation of Irish history.
It does hold you to certain standards of fairness.
Americans have an innate sense of fairness.
In all fairness he had to admit that she was neither dishonest nor lazy.
The profit motive is inherently at odds with principles of fairness and equity.
Their reputation for fairness is a matter for pride.
Any incomes policy must embody the attributes of fairness and flexibility.
The new system of waiting lists should guarantee fairness to all patients.
These women are demanding fairness and equality in their pay.
Her sunburnt skin accentuates the fairness of her hair.
Our teacher is known for her fairness in grading pupils.
Large units and small units includes the relationship between efficiency and fairness of the community's choice.
The former one can assure fairness and the later efficiency.
Fairness and efficiency of the tax law should be directly reflected its concrete practice.
Fairness and justice in a jurisdiction are realized case by case being settled properly.
Ecological compensation mechanism is an important systematic measure for the realization of social fairness.
These are the three commonly stated purposes of tort law: deterrence or incentives, compensation, and fairness.
侵权行为法有三个常见的既定目的: 威慑或激励 、 补偿和公正.
Fairness is not average, can sacrifice average efficiency.
The demonstrators marched to demand fairness in voter registration.
A rational income distribution system is an important manifestation of social fairness and justice.
The fairness of him in such a deadly crisis!
We should give priority to efficiency with due consideration to fairness.
By the government excessive intervention market, price turns to normative market, make sure market fairness competes.
由政府过度干预市场 、 价格转向规范市场, 保证市场公平竞争.
Fairness is the category of a history, neither one extend is ancient changeless fairness.
The invention raises throughput and fairness of satellite network, and reduces transmission delay.
To ensure fairness to reporters, it is important to set up a system for stories to be proposed and reviewed.
What motivated him, we were to understand, was his zeal for “fundamental fairness”—protecting the taxpayer, controlling spending and ensuring that only the most deserving claimants received their benefits.
Words degraded to the margin have been justice fairness, tolerance, proportionality and accountability.
1. conformity with rules or standards;
"the judge recognized the fairness of my claim"
2. ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty
3. the property of having a naturally light complexion
4. the quality of being good looking and attractive