⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'be fine' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to be fineim grünen Bereich sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
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to be doing finegut vorankommen
to be fine with sb.jdm. recht sein
to be going finegute Fortschritte machen
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It will be fine.Es wird schon passen.
to be in fine voice
gut bei Stimme sein
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Chance would be a fine thing. [Br.] [coll.]
Schön wär's! [ugs.]
Fine it would be, were this the case!
Es wäre schön, wenn es so wäre!
The day turned out to be a fine one.Es wurde ein strahlender Tag.
to be a fine specimen of a manein Bild von einem Mann sein
to be buried in (the) fine print
im Kleingedruckten versteckt sein
to be in a fine messin einer peinlichen Lage sein
to be in a fine picklein einer peinlichen Lage sein
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • If the antivirus software employs heuristic detection, it must be fine-tuned to minimize misidentifying harmless software as malicious (false positive).
  • Ravens appeared in a series-three episode ("Monday Morning will be Fine") of David Renwick's series "One Foot in the Grave" as Pat Aylesbury, one of the neighbours to whom Meldrew turns after being burgled.
  • Big Bird and Baby Bear are initially very anxious of the big change, but Natalie gradually assures them things will be fine.
  • Brossolette's reportedly last words were enigmatic: "all will be fine Tuesday".
  • Virtual microphones can be manipulated in post-production: desired sounds can be picked out, unwanted ones suppressed, and the balance between direct and reverberant sound can be fine-tuned during mixing.
  • Hobby grade models can be fine tuned, unlike most toy grade models.
  • Cardinal Ernesto Ruffini (later the Archbishop of Palermo) had visited the pope after Ruffini was diagnosed with tuberculosis, and the pope had told him to go back to the seminary and that he would be fine.
  • Such resonators have to be fine-tuned by ion-beam micro-erosion of the glass or by laser ablation.
  • Brown analyzed burial history, facies controls and diagenesis, and concluded that conventional wisdom was wrong and reservoir quality would be fine.
  • It may be fine earth (Kieselguhr), cardboard sheets, membranes, or Cross-flow filtration.
  • MacGowan described "Lullaby of London" as being about a man who comes home at night drunk and proceeds to start telling his young son, who is in bed, about how everything is going to be fine and to go to sleep, while privately the man is worried and hoping that the child will not have to go through the same hardships that he did while growing up.
  • If the parent process still refuses to reap the zombie, and if it would be fine to terminate the parent process, the next step can be to remove the parent process.
  • The mechanical properties of hydrogels can be fine-tuned in many ways beginning with attention to their hydrophobic properties.
  • Lenore insists that he will be fine and attend her tea party, and he seemingly does, but is revealed to simply be a propped-up corpse.
  • Zinc oxide is noted for its strongly nonlinear optical properties, especially in bulk. The nonlinearity of ZnO nanoparticles can be fine-tuned according to their size.
  • Joseph had shown interest in re-joining the Toronto Maple Leafs, indicating that he would be fine with a back-up role and a reduced salary.
  • Buoyancy can be fine-tuned by adjusting intake and exhaust valves to control the internal pressure, which will control the volume of gas in the attached dry suit.
  • Kramnik played a queen sacrifice and continuation which his team had believed via computer analysis to be fine for him.
  • And switches are arranged efficiently and at the time was the driving position can be fine-tuned adjustments.
  • Products also may be marketed using global trends or culture codes, for example, saving time in a busy world; but even these may be fine-tuned for specific cultures.
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