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nice

adjective
 
 
/naɪs/
PLEASANT A1 pleasant
miły, przyjemny, ładny
They live in a nice old house on Market Street. We could go to the coast tomorrow, if the weather's nice. [+ to do sth] It was very nice to meet you. [+ doing sth] Nice talking to you.Causing pleasure
KIND A1 kind and friendly
miły, sympatyczny
He seems like a really nice guy. She's always been very nice to me.Causing pleasureFriendlyKind and thoughtful
nice and sth informal used to emphasize a positive quality
całkiem jakiś , zupełnie jakiś
nice and clean This chair's nice and comfy.Extremely good
(Definition of nice from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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