Meaning of “decent” - Learner’s Dictionary

decent

adjective uk us /ˈdiːsənt/
SATISFACTORY

B2 of a satisfactory quality or level:

He earns a decent salary.
I haven't had a decent cup of coffee since I've been here.
HONEST

B2 honest and morally good:

Decent people have had their lives ruined by his behaviour.
She should do the decent thing and apologize.
CLOTHES [ never before noun ]

wearing clothes:

Can I come in? Are you decent?
decently adverb

(Definition of “decent” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)