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neat

adjective /niːt/
tidy; well-ordered, with everything in the right place
pulcro, ordenado
a neat house She is very neat and tidy.
skilfully/skillfully done
bien hecho
He has made a neat job of the repair.
(of drink, especially alcoholic) without added water
solo
neat whisky.
neatness noun
orden, destreza, habilidad
The teacher praised the neatness of her handwriting.
neatly adverb tidily or skilfully
con esmero, hábilmente
Please write neatly.
(Definition of neat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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