|prydlig englanniksi||fine sv, neat sv, graceful sv|
: ux|en|The tree frog that they encountered was truly a fine specimen. Only a really fine wine could fully complement Lucías hand-made pasta.
*: "A fine man, that Dunwody, yonder," commented the young captain, as they parted, and as he turned to his prisoner. "Well see him on in Washington some day. He is strengthening his forces now against Mr. Benton out there.nb...."
: ux|en|"How are you today?" "Fine." "Will this one do? Its got a dent in it" "Yeah, itll be fine, I guess." "Its fine with me if you stay out late, so long as youre back by three."
: ux|en|That man is so fine that Id jump into his pants without a moments hesitation.
*: The fine distinction between lender of last resort and a bail-outnb...
*: He gratified them with occasional...fine writing.
*: The spiders touch, how exquisitely fine!
*: The nicest and most delicate touches of satire consist in fine raillery.
*: He has as fine a hand at picking a pocket as a woman.
: ux|en|The small scratch meant that his copy of X-Men
: ux|en|Grind it into a fine powder. When she touched the artifact, it collapsed into a heap of fine dust.
: ux|en|The threads were so fine that you had to look through a magnifying glass to see them.
: ux|en|They protected themselves from the small parasites with a fine wire mesh.
: ux|en|coins nine tenths fine
: ux|en|...to nudge it through the covers (or tickle it down to fine leg) for a fournb...
*: The eye standeth in the finer medium and the object in the grosser.
: Everything worked out fine.
*: We had dined at lAvenues, and afterward went to the Café de Versailles for coffee. We had several fines after the coffee, and I said I must be going.
*: He refilled his glass. ‘The fine is very good,’ he said.
: to fine gold
*: It hath been fined and refined by ... learned men.
: to fine the soil
: rfquotek|L. H. Bailey
: to fine down a ships lines, i.e. to diminish her lines gradually
*: I often sate at home / On evenings, watching how they fined themselves / With gradual conscience to a perfect night.
*: I watched her [the ship] ... gradually fining down in the westward until I lost sight of her hull.
: The fine for jay-walking has gone from two dollars to thirty in the last fifteen years.
: She was fined a thousand dollars for littering, but she appealed.
*: Men fined for the kings good will; or that he would remit his anger; women fined for leave to marry.
*: to see their fatal fine
*: Is this the fine of his fines?
*: Sturdy he was, and no less able / Than Hercules to cleanse a stable; / As great a [[drover]], and as great / A critic too, in hog or neat.
*: The steer, the heifer, and the calf / Are all called neat.
*: a neat and a sheep of his own.
*: From thence into the open fields he fled, / Whereas the Heardes were keeping of their neat ...
: ux|en|My room is neat because I tidied it this morning. nowrap|She has very neat hair.
*: Then his sallow face brightened, for the hall had been carefully furnished, and was very clean. ¶ There was a neat hat-and-umbrella stand, and the strangers weary feet fell soft on a good, serviceable dark-red drugget, which matched in colour the flock-paper on the walls.
: ux|en|I like my whisky neat.
: ux|en|The Arbuzov reaction is performed by adding the bromide to the phosphite, neat. nowrap|The molecular beam was neat acetylene.
: ux|en|The front room was neat and carefully arranged for the guests.
: ux|en|Having the two protagonists meet in the last act was a particularly neat touch.
: ux|en|Hey, neat convertible, man.
: ux|en|She is a graceful dancer.