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Pronounce Fair as F AH IY R.

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Phonetic transcription for fair

  • Traditional IPA Phonetic transcription of fair: | fæɪr |
  • Modern IPA Phonetic transcription of fair: | fæɪr |

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Meanings for fair

just in decisions; right or ethical

carnival, fair, funfair(noun)

a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.


gathering of producers to promote business

"world fair"; "trade fair"; "book fair"


a competitive exhibition of farm products

"she won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair"

bazaar, fair(adj)

a sale of miscellany; often for charity

"the church bazaar"

fair, just(adj)

free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules

"a fair referee"; "fair deal"; "on a fair footing"; "a fair fight"; "by fair means or foul"

fair, fairish, reasonable(adj)

not excessive or extreme

"a fairish income"; "reasonable prices"

bonny, bonnie, comely, fair, sightly(adj)

very pleasing to the eye

"my bonny lass"; "there's a bonny bay beyond"; "a comely face"; "young fair maidens"


(of a baseball) hit between the foul lines

"he hit a fair ball over the third base bag"

average, fair, mediocre, middling(adj)

lacking exceptional quality or ability

"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"


attractively feminine

"the fair sex"

clean, fair(adj)

(of a manuscript) having few alterations or corrections

"fair copy"; "a clean manuscript"

honest, fair(adj)

gained or earned without cheating or stealing

"an honest wage"; "an fair penny"


free of clouds or rain

"today will be fair and warm"

fair, fairish(verb)

(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored

"a fair complexion";


join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly

fairly, fair, clean(adverb)

in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating

"they played fairly"

fairly, fair, evenhandedly(adverb)

without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner

"deal fairly with one another"

a public showing of objects of interest

a dazzling array of sleek cabin cruisers at the annual boat fair

not stormy or cloudy

we prayed for fair weather during our vacation at the beach

marked by justice, honesty, and freedom from bias

a commanding officer who enjoyed the respect of his soldiers because his decisions were always fair

following or according to the rules

a hockey player who is respected for his fair play

of light complexion

fair people tend to sunburn easily

having qualities which inspire hope

as long as the team keeps playing as hard as they can, they have a fair chance of winning—no matter what the scoreboard says

of a pale yellow or yellowish brown color

the abundance of people with fair hair in Scandinavia

of average to below average quality

for what they charged us, the painters should have done better than a fair job of painting the house

very pleasing to look at

generally considered the fairest girl in town, she had no lack of boyfriends

having no exceptions or restrictions

it would take a fair miracle for that project to be finished on time

being what is called for by accepted standards of right and wrong

most thought his dismissal was fair since he had been given many chances to clean up his act

free from dirt or stain

a handwritten thank-you letter requires nothing less than a sheet of fair white paper

according to the rules or the law

we expect everyone on this basketball court to play fair

very close to but not completely

it fair takes your breath away when you find out what properties in London are going for

Example Sentences of fair

I won fair and square.

I offered Tom a fair deal.

I gave you fair warning.

I think she has a fair amount of sense.

The affair cost me many sleepless nights.

I would rather die than do such an unfair thing.

This whole affair stinks to high heaven.

The judgement is very fair to both parties.

The new company rule was unfair to older workers.

It is fair to say that both balls are of equal weight.

Synonyms for fair

funfair pleasure ground circus carnival amusement park bazaar bazar upright just mediocre reasonable fair(a) middling comely bonny average good sightly clean fairish equitable honest bonnie sensible sane becoming decent comme il faut seemly decorous mean(a) modal(a) second rate intermediate medium ordinary median(a) uncontaminating clean living sporting blank unobjectionable fresh sporty clear neat white unclouded light uninfected sportsmanlike dependable honorable reliable true(p) jolly passably evenhandedly fairly plumb moderately reasonably pretty somewhat plum attractive beauteous beautiful bewitching charming delightful elegant exquisite fine graceful handsome lovely picturesque open spotless unspotted untarnished unblemished serene impartial unstained blonde pleasant cloudless not cloudy not overcast favorable prosperous promising hopeful distinct plain unobstructed unincumbered frank candid ingenuous unbiassed proper pretty good more than middling above mediocrity loyal fairness equity leal even handed adel feria right justas equal equitably salon unfair justo correct unbiased justice foire nazih exhibition fair minded regular balanced impartiality righteous expo display exhibit exposition show bright sunny sunshiny disinterested dispassionate evenhanded indifferent nonpartisan objective square unprejudiced legal sportsmanly auspicious encouraging golden heartening likely optimistic propitious rose colored roseate rosy upbeat blond flaxen sandy straw tawny common passable run of the mill run of the mine run of mine second class so so aesthetic esthetic cute drop dead fetching good looking goodly gorgeous knockout lovesome ravishing stunning taking well favored absolute all out arrant blooming bodacious categorical categoric complete consummate cotton picking crashing damn damned dead deadly definite downright dreadful flat flat out out and out outright perfect profound pure rank sheer simple stark stone straight out thorough thoroughgoing total unadulterated unalloyed unconditional unmitigated unqualified utter very competent condign deserved due justified merited rightful warranted antiseptic chaste immaculate pristine spick and span spic and span squeaky clean stainless unsoiled unsullied cleanly legally about all but almost borderline feckly more or less most much near nearly next to nigh practically somewhere virtually well nigh

Fair in different languages

  • مَشْرُوع, حَقَّانِيّ, مُبَاح, مُسَوَّغ, مُقْسِط, أَشْقَر, عَدْل, مُحِقّ, مَأْذُون, مُنْصِف, مَقْبُول, نَزْه, عادِل, مُصِيب, مُشْتَرَع, مُصَرَّحٌ, نَزِيه, مُجَاز, مُشَرَّعArabic
  • ғәҙел, йәрминкәBashkir
  • попътен неопетнен справедлив значителен хубав невинен красив рус задоволителен панаир базар подравнявам Bulgarian
  • just bell equitatiu Catalan
  • fér Czech
  • teg Welch
  • lys blond smuk retfærdig rimelig marked Danish
  • hell fair gerecht wunderbar anständig schön hellhäutig blond kirchtag messe kirmes ausstellung markt kirchweih jahrmarkt German
  • δίκαιος Greek
  • justa blonda foiro Esperanto
  • justo viento de popa bello pastel inocente equitativo razonable feria feria de muestras Spanish
  • روشن مکاره Persian
  • viehkeä tasapuolinen puhdas kelvollinen vaalea oikeudenmukainen myötäinen puolueeton kohtuullinen kaunis reilu kohtalainen irti rehellinen näyttely markkina messu rihdata tasoittaa virtaviivaistaa kohdistaa Finnish
  • juste beau joli belle équitable foire marché French
  • réasúnta fionn Irish
  • fionn, cothromach, sgèimheach, maiseach, bòidheach, bàn, féillScots Gaelic
  • feiraGalician
  • בהיר, פייר, הוגן, יפה, צודק, בהירהHebrew
  • निष्पक्ष Hindi
  • szép igazságos korrekt szőke fehér vásár Hungarian
  • արդար Armenian
  • fagur Icelandic
  • giusta discreto bello equo equa giusto discreta bella mercato fiera Italian
  • הוגןformer Hebrew
  • 色白, 公正, フェアの, 相当, 美しい, 公平, 博覧会, 市, フェア, フェアーJapanese
  • укмуштай, ярмарка, жармаңкеKirghiz
  • feria Latin
  • kakahoMaori
  • मेळाMarathi
  • adil Malay
  • doenbaar correct mooi eerlijk rechtschapen bevallig rechtvaardig redelijk schappelijk bleek blank kermis beurs braderie jaarmarkt uitlijnen effenen Dutch
  • sprawiedliwy targi Polish
  • claro equilibrado belo adequado formoso honesto justo decente bonito feira Portuguese
  • cler, clarRomance
  • прекрасный справедливый приемлемый светлый че́стный правомерный сносный красивый ярмарка базар выставка рынок феерия Russian
  • vášar, ва́шар, са́јам, sájamSerbo
  • rimlig skälig blond ljuslagd rättvis fager Swedish
  • beyaz tenli doğru insaflı âdil hakkaniyetli güzel kayda değer açık âdilâne fuar festival Turkish
  • hội chợ Vietnamese
  • kermetVolapuk

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