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fair definition: 1 treating someone in a way that is right or reasonable, or treating a group of people equally and not allowing personal opinions to influence your judgment: 2 If something is fair, it is reasonable and is what you expect or deserve: 3 If a game or competition is fair, it is… Learn more
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def·i·ni·tion (dĕf′ə-nĭsh′ən) n 1 a A statement of the meaning of a word, phrase, or term, as in a dictionary entry b A statement or description of the fundamental character or scope of something: "[The panel] calls for a clearer definition of the status of people captured in American military operations" (Economist) 2 The act or
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Middle English hakken, from Old English -haccian; akin to Old High German hacchōn to hack, Old English hōc hook
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