Articles don't work the same in Spanish. This could be translated as just "fair" even. I heard this sentence from a real Spanish speaker in a video:
se puede tener el vehículo propio, el carro o la moto.
Which translate to "one can have their own vehicle, a car or a bike.
It's better not to translate Spanish to English word-for-word, but to instead just pick up the patterns
In English we have these meanings (taken from Google):
- treating people equally without favouritism or discrimination: "the group has achieved fair and equal representation for all its members"
- (of hair or complexion) light; blonde: "a pretty girl with long fair hair"
- considerable though not outstanding in size or amount: "he did a fair bit of coaching"
- (of weather) fine and dry: "a fair autumn day"
What meanings are there in Spanish?