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fair  Noun
Plural: fairs
  1. Translate "fair" to Spanish: feria, fiesta popular al aire libre, verbena, buñolada
    English Synonyms of "fair": open-air festival, festival, market, bazaar, street market
    Define meaning of "fair": Open-air festival celebrated during the night. ; A sale of miscellany; often for charity.; A competitive exhibition of farm products. ; Gathering of producers to promote business.
  2. The church bazaar.
    She won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair.
    World fair.
    Trade fair.
    Book fair.

fair  Adjective
  1. Translate "fair" to Spanish: justo, equitativo, imparcial, recto, retributivo, cabalito, parejo
    English Synonyms of "fair": just, fair-minded, impartial, righteous, straight, upright
    Define meaning of "fair": Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules. ; Showing lack of favoritism.
  2. A fair referee.
    Fair deal.
    On a fair footing.
    A fair fight.
    By fair means or foul.
    The cold neutrality of an impartial judge.

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  3. Translate "fair" to Spanish: justo, equitativo, imparcial
    English Synonyms of "fair": impartial, just, equitable, even-stephen, jannock, jonnick
    Define meaning of "fair": Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules. ; Not excessive or extreme.
  4. A fair referee.
    Fair deal.
    On a fair footing.
    A fair fight.
    By fair means or foul.
    A fairish income.
    Reasonable prices.

  5. Translate "fair" to Spanish: común y corriente, aceptable, de término medio, ni muy bueno ni muy malo
    English Synonyms of "fair": common, everyday, ordinary, nothing out of the ordinary, nothing to write home about, plain-Jane, modest
    Define meaning of "fair": Of no exceptional quality or ability.
  6. A novel of average merit.
    Only a fair performance of the sonata.
    In fair health.
    The caliber of the students has gone from mediocre to above average.
    The performance was middling at best.

  7. Translate "fair" to Spanish: bello, hermoso, atractivo
    English Synonyms of "fair": beauteous, beautiful, handsome, lovely, arresting, good-looking, bowwows, dishy
    Define meaning of "fair": Very pleasing to the eye. ; Visually appealing.
  8. My bonny lass.
    There's a bonny bay beyond.
    A comely face.
    Young fair maidens.
    Our fair city.

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  9. Translate "fair" to Spanish: considerable, respetable, sustantivo
    English Synonyms of "fair": considerable, important, substantial, appreciable, fairly large, goodly, respectable
    Define meaning of "fair": More than adequate in quality.
  10. A fair income, Un ingreso considerable.
    Fair work.

  11. Translate "fair" to Spanish: honrado
    English Synonyms of "fair": decent, honest, just, pure, right-minded, honorable, honourable
    Define meaning of "fair": Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules.
  12. A fair referee.
    Fair deal.
    On a fair footing.
    A fair fight.
    By fair means or foul.

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  13. Translate "fair" to Spanish: limpio
    English Synonyms of "fair": clean, honest
    Define meaning of "fair": Marked by or calling for sportsmanship or fair play. ; Morally pure.

  14. Translate "fair" to Spanish: bonancible
    English Synonyms of "fair": calm
    Define meaning of "fair": Free of clouds or rain.
  15. Fair weather, Buen clima.
    Today will be fair and warm.

  16. Translate "fair" to Spanish: parejo
    English Synonyms of "fair": even, uniform, flat, plain
    Define meaning of "fair": Equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or balanced. ; Of the score in a contest.

  17. Translate "fair" to Spanish: de cabello rubio
    English Synonyms of "fair": blond, light-haired
    Define meaning of "fair": Being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or gray eyes.

  18. Translate "fair" to Spanish: razonable, justo
    English Synonyms of "fair": equitable
    Define meaning of "fair": Implying justice dictated by reason, conscience, and a natural sense of what is fair to all.

fair  Adverb
  1. Translate "fair" to Spanish: con justicia, honradamente, imparcialmente
    English Synonyms of "fair": evenhandedly, fairly, honestly, justly, with justice, honorably, honourably
    Define meaning of "fair": In a fair evenhanded manner. ; In conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating.
  2. Deal fairly with one another.
    They played fairly.

  3. Translate "fair" to Spanish: realmente
    English Synonyms of "fair": actually, really, truly, authentically, for real, in actuality, real, ever, quite
    Define meaning of "fair": Used to imply that one would expect the fact to be the opposite of that stated; surprisingly. ; In actual fact. ; As a sentence modifier to add slight emphasis.

Conceptually-related expressions of "fair"
a day after the fair
a fair amount
a fair distance
a fair number of
a fair thing
after rain comes fair weather
anything bigger than a lizard is fair game
as is only fair
be fair game
be fair on
be fair that
be fair to
be given fair warning
be only fair
be only fair that
be only fair to
bid fair
bid fair to
big wheel at fair
book fair
Brian Fair
buy at a fair
by fair means
charity fair
craft fair
faint heart never won fair lady
fair's fair
fight fair
fun fair
give a fair hearing
give a fair idea
give fair warning
go at a fair clip
good faith and fair dealing
have a fair body
have a fair fight
hoist your sail when the wind is fair
hold a fair
horse fair
in a fair fight
in a fair manner
in a fair way
in a fair way of
in fair fight
in fair weather
in one's own conviction of what is fair
it's not fair
it's only fair that
just to be fair
just to be fair to
just to be fair with
learn young learn fair
leg-of-mutton sail cast in fair weather
liberty is a fair thing
lucky dip at fair
make a fair copy of
make a fair deal
Mary Fair
new things are fair
no fair
of the fair
Office of Fair Trading
on fair weather
one's fair share
outdoor fair festival
person who respects the fair play
person who sells novelties and miscellaneous items on a fair
play fair
rag fair
Ray Fair
ride at the fair
seem fair
seem set fair
specialized fair
state fair
that's not fair
the fair sex
the fair share
the fair thing
the full moon brings fair weather
the owl thinks her young are fairest
the weather is fair
tit for tat is fair play
to be fair
to be fair with
trade fair
true and fair view
vanity fair
walk a fair distance
whatever is just and fair
when the weather is fair
world fair
world's fair
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