Definitions of "fair"
  1. Displaying honesty and righteousness; void of selfish intent, deception, bias, or prejudice
  2. Suitable or acceptable when considered as a platform for negotiating or trading
  3. In alignment with one's achievements, significance, or value
  4. Adhering to legal regulations and standards and ensuring the individual legal rights of a person are respected
How to use "fair" in a sentence
  1. The judge was praised for his decision to make a fair ruling in the case.
  2. The defendant and the prosecutor agreed to a fair settlement outside of the court to resolve the case.
  3. Protecting fair treatment in cases of labor disputes is crucial for maintaining harmony.

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