Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

multa in English:

1. fine


It's fine.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
It's fine to set up a web page, just be sure you don't infringe anybody's copyright.
Which line should I get in? "Any line is fine."
How about going surfing at Hayama next Sunday if it is fine?
It seems, from books, that the colonizers and adventurers went sailing off to a new fine life, a new country, opportunities, and so forth.
I was asked, "You OK, kid?". I replied, "Fine."
I dreamt a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.
One fine morning in spring along came the great-great-granddaughter of the man who had built this house.
Y-You OK? Not hurt?, I enquire timidly. "Ah, no, I'm fine."
If the demolition of buildings is uncontrolled, a fine city is in danger of becoming nothing more than a concrete jungle.
Just stay off your feet for the next couple of weeks, and you'll be just fine.
Fine. I'd be very happy if you would drop me a line as soon as you get to Mwanza.
Your fine, curly hair looks as appetizing as glass noodles.
It's fine, Dima laughed. "I'm still growing, after all. I'll grow into it."

English word "multa"(fine) occurs in sets:

Przysłówki/adverbs/adverbios (ENG-SPA)
crime and punishment