to be fair
This page is about the conversational phrase to be fair
You can use this when saying something positive about something or someone you've been critical of.
- "He's terrible at science and maths, but, to be fair, he's not bad at English."
- "Tony made many mistakes, although, to be fair, he always thought he was doing the right thing."
The coach said, "Tim can't play very well, but, to be fair,
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