Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)
- Something is fair when it seems right or is done for a good purpose. <> mai adalci, mai kyau, daidai gwargwado, mai dama, kyautatawa.
- A fair share <> Rabon gaskiya.
- He treated us fairly. <> Ya yi mana kiriki.
- Be fair to someone <> yi wa adalci.
- I don't think I had a fair treatment. <> Ba na zaton an yi min adalci.
- Those people who have light skin color are called fair. <> Mutane masu launin fata fari ko mai haske.
- He was fair skin, because he never went into the sun.
- If the weather is fair, it is good and it is not raining. If it is day, the sun can be seen. <> a maganar yanayi, ana amfani da wannan kalmar don a ce rana ta fito kuma ba iska ko ruwa sosai.
- If dice are fair any number has an equal chance of coming up.
- (right) just (mai adalci)
- (color <> launi) light, blonde
- A fair-skinned African <> Jatau, Ɗan Afrika fari.
- satisfactory (da dama-dama)
Related words and phrases
- A fair is a special event where people come to have fun and learn something. <> wata irin kasuwa ko biki na musamman inda mutane ke taruwa don nishaɗi. liyafa.
- There are games and shows at the fair that is held every year.
- Trade fair. <> Nunin sana'o'i.