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manicured

adjective uk   /ˈmæn.ɪ.kjʊəd/  us   /-kjʊrd/

manicured adjective (HANDS)

having had a manicure: He has very well-manicured hands.

manicured adjective (TIDY)

If something, such as a garden, is manicured, it is well cared for and looks very tidy: The hotel is surrounded by perfectly manicured gardens.
Translations of “manicured”
in Chinese (Traditional) 手, 修過指甲的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手, 修过指甲的…
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