fair-minded

英 ['fεəmaindid] 美
  • adj. 公正的;公平的
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fair-minded (adj.)
1754, from fair (adj.) + minded.
1. I have a fair idea of how difficult things can be.
我大致了解情况会有多困难。

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2. The team also won praise for sportsmanship and fair play.
该队还因其良好的体育精神及公平竞争精神而受到了表扬。

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3. Frank Deford is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine.
弗兰克·德福特是杂志《名利场》的特约编辑。

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4. It's a fair guess to say that the damage will be extensive.
说损失会很严重想必猜得不错。

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5. The signs suggest that the elections will be non-violent and fair.
种种迹象表明选举将会是非暴力的、公正的。

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