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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfinelyfine‧ly /ˈfaɪnli/ ●●○ adverb  1 THIN OBJECT OR MATERIALinto very thin or very small pieces finely chopped onion2 in a very careful, delicate, or exact way Saunders’ finely crafted drawings These instruments are very finely tuned.3 beautifully or impressively He wore a silk cloak over a finely embroidered robe. high-quality, finely carved statues
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finelyThe Circotherm system includes a unique, finely balanced, fan which cleverly draws any wasted heat directly back into the oven.In a food processor, finely chop the peppers and onions.finely detailed furnitureThe prongs had rounded edges that fit into finely finished grooves.Balancing these tensions required finely honed knowledge and skill that the new managers had only begun to acquire.a finely polished mirrorYou generally need to remove the thick spine before finely shredding the leaf.Bold golden dragons with cherry red eyes danced sinuously on deep green, finely tiled columns.The web was so finely woven that he had no way forward but by continuing the deceit.
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