Definition of in fine in US English:

in fine

adverb

  • Finally; in short; to sum up.

    • ‘And, in fine, the defects are almost always more tolerable than the change necessary for their removal.’
    • ‘In the evening of August 4th, 1789, the Assembly abolished all titles of rank, all the abusive privileges of feudalism, all provincial privileges, and in fine the feudal regimen generally.’
    finally, in conclusion, to conclude, in closing, to sum up, to end, in drawing things to a close, in winding up, last, ultimately, in fine, last but not least
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Origin

Latin.

Pronunciation

in fine

/in ˈfīnē/