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English definition of “nice”

nice

adjective (KIND)    /naɪs/
A1 kind , friendly , or polite : Jane's new boyfriend is a really nice guy . I wish you'd be nice to your brother . It was very nice of her to drive you home . It's not nice to talk with your mouth full .FriendlyKind and thoughtful Grammar:And + adjectiveGrammar:Nice or sympathetic?Nice is an adjective meaning ‘pleasant’, ‘enjoyable’ or ‘satisfactory’:
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