fine by (one)

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fine by (one)

Said when one has no objection to something. A: "Do you want to go out to dinner tonight?" B: "Fine by me." The party got canceled, which is fine by me—I need a night to relax. Hannah said it was fine by her if we start early.
See also: by, fine
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A long time passed away, then the collar came into the rag chest at the paper mill; there was a large company of rags, the fine by themselves, and the coarse by themselves, just as it should be.
The trial courts had also ordered forfeiture of assets and properties of the accused to set off against the amount of fine in case of non-recovery or non-payment of the amount of fine by the accused besides undergoing a further term of two years of rigorous imprisonment.