When I woke up I looked out of the window. The weather was fine. So I said to my wife “Shall we go to the beach today?”. She replied “Fine, let’s go”. So we jumped into the car and headed for the coast. It didn’t take us long to get there as my car is a fine piece of machinery and the engine is finely tuned. Yes, the weather really turned out fine and we had an excellent day. Until the journey home. I was sure I wasn’t exceeding the speed limit but a policeman stepped into the road and signalled that I should stop. He was over 6 feet tall and broad shouldered, a fine figure of a man. He told me that I was exceeding the speed limit. I asked by how much and he said that it was a fine line but I had exceeded it by 1 mph. That really spoilt our day as now I will be fined for speeding.
Fine (adjective) — of high quality, worthy of admiration, used to express agreement, to describe weather clear and sunny, of a person imposing or impressive, denoting something thin, narrow or precise.
Also as an adjective in an abstract sense — something subtle or hard to measure precisely, e.g. the exact speed of a car.
Fine (verb) — to fine someone — to punish someone with a financial penalty for doing something illegal.
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