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Nice /niːs/
nice /naɪs/ adjective


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nice
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- pleasant, agreeable, attractive, charming, delightful, good, pleasurable
- kind, courteous, friendly, likable or likeable, polite, well-mannered
- neat, dainty, fine, tidy, trim
- subtle, careful, delicate, fastidious, fine, meticulous, precise, strict
Contrasted words: coarse, gross, vulgar, callow, crude, green, raw, uncouth, lax, neglectful, negligent, remiss, slack, careless, sloppy, slovenly, haphazard, happy-go-lucky, hit-or-miss, random, heedless, inadvertent
Related Words: discerning, discriminating, penetrating, overparticular, queasy, careful, meticulous, punctilious, scrupulous, judicious, sage, sapient, wise, rigid, strict, stringent, exquisite, rare
English Thesaurus: friendly, warm, nice, amiable, welcoming, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Nice /niːs/
a city on the Mediterranean coast of France, famous as a fashionable place for tourists to stay, and also a port and industrial area

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

nice S1 W2 /naɪs/ adjective
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: 'stupid', from Latin nescius 'lacking knowledge', from nescire 'not to know']

1. GOOD pleasant, attractive, or enjoyable:
They’ve got a very nice house.
Did you have a nice time?
It’s such a nice day (=good weather), why not go for a swim?
What a nice surprise!
look/taste/smell nice
You look nice in that suit.
Mm, something smells nice!
nice big/new/long etc
a nice long holiday
a nice new car
nice and warm/clean/easy/quiet etc
The house seemed nice and tidy.
One of the nice things about Christmas is having all the family together.
You can use nice and followed by another adjective after be: The weather was nice and warm. But before a noun you must leave out ‘and’ | a nice hot (NOT nice and hot) drink

2. FRIENDLY friendly, kind, or polite:
Dave’s a really nice guy.
That’s not a very nice thing to say about your sister!
nice about
Tim spilt wine all over the sofa, but Martha was very nice about it.
nice to
They were very nice to me while I was ill.
it is nice of somebody (to do something)
It was nice of you to help.
He told me, in the nicest possible way, that I was interfering too much.

3. SOMETHING YOU WANT used to say what you like or what you think would be good or useful:
It’s quite nice to live so close to work.
it is nice to do something
It would be nice to have a break.
that’d be nice (=used to accept an offer or agree with a suggestion)
‘Would you like a cup of coffee?’ ‘Yes, that’d be nice.’
I thought it would be a nice idea to send them some flowers.
It would be nice if you could let us know in advance.


SPOKEN PHRASES

4. it’s nice to know (that) used to mean that you feel happier when you know something:
I still haven’t heard any news – it would be nice to know what’s happening.
It’s nice to know that there’s someone nearby if she needs help.

5. have a nice day! American English used to say goodbye to someone, especially to customers in shops and restaurants when they are leaving

6. nice to meet you used as a friendly greeting when you meet someone for the first time:
Hello. It’s nice to meet you at last.

7. (it’s been) nice meeting/talking to you used when you say goodbye to someone you have met for the first time

8. NOT NICE British English used in a humorous or angry way when you really think that something or someone is not at all good or pleasant:
That’s a nice way to treat a friend, I must say!
Well, we’re in a nice mess now.

9. nice try used when someone has made a guess or suggestion, or has attempted to do something, to say that it is good, but not quite correct or successful:
‘We could phone Mark to come and pick us up.’ ‘Nice try, Clive, but we haven’t got his number.’

10. nice one! British English used when someone has just said or done something clever, amusing, or helpful:
‘Dad said he’d help pay for it.’ ‘Nice one!’

11. be (as) nice as pie British English if someone is as nice as pie, they are not angry with you when you were expecting them to be

12. nice work if you can get it British English used humorously to say that someone has a very easy or enjoyable job, especially one which you would like to do

13. DETAIL formal involving a very small difference or detail:
a nice point of law

14. RESPECTABLE old-fashioned having high standards of moral and social behaviour:
What’s a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?

15. nice ... shame about the ... British English used when saying that part of something is good or well done, but a more important part is bad or badly done:
Nice video, shame about the song.
—niceness noun [uncountable]:
The first thing you noticed about him was his niceness.
no more Mr Nice Guy! at guy(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

nice
adj.
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste I felt nice and cosy. That bread smells nice. His mother sounded very nice on the phone.
make sth I tidied the room to make it nice for the others when they came home.
ADV. awfully, exceptionally, extremely, incredibly, jolly, really, terribly, very an awfully nice man
perfectly, thoroughly I'm sure she's perfectly nice really.
not particularly It had not been a particularly nice experience.
pretty, quite, rather | enough Some of the boys were nice enough, but she didn't want to go out with them.
PREP. about He was incredibly nice about it, though I am sure it caused him a lot of trouble.
for It's nice for Mum to get out more.
to Can't you be nice to each other for once?
PHRASES nice little It's a nice little place you've got here.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

nice
adjective
BAD: There is a nice and quiet room where I do my work.
GOOD: There is a nice quiet room where I do my work.
GOOD: The room where I do my work is nice and quiet.

Usage Note:
Two-part adjectival phrases with nice such as 'nice and quiet, and 'nice and clean' are always placed after the noun they modify: 'The house is always nice and tidy.' Do not use and after nice when it comes in front of a noun: 'Right now I could do with a nice cold drink.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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