fine

fine
/faɪn/ noun
money paid because of something wrong which has been done
He was asked to pay a $25,000 fine.
We had to pay a £50 parking fine.
verb
to punish someone by making him or her pay money
to fine someone £2,500 for obtaining money by false pretences
adverb
very thin or very small
we are cutting our margins very fine we are reducing our margins to the smallest possible amount
adjective
fine rate of discount the lowest rate of discount on offer

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