Significado de “neat” - en el Diccionario Inglés

neat en inglés británico

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uk /niːt/ us /niːt/

neat adjective (TIDY)

B1 tidy, with everything in its place:

Your house is always so neat - how do you manage it?
She likes everything neat and tidy.
You have such neat handwriting.
They did a very neat job stitching up your knee - there's hardly a scar there.

Neat people like to keep themselves, their house, and their possessions tidy and in good order:

Hassan is the neatest child I've ever met - even his shoes are clean!
I try to be neat, but my husband is a slob.

Más ejemplos

  • She coiled her hair into a neat bun on top of her head.
  • The castle has trim lawns and neat flower beds.
  • Her garden is always very neat.
  • We arranged the chairs in neat rows.
  • His office is very neat.

neat adjective (GOOD)

mainly US informal good:

That video game is really neat!

Más ejemplos

  • We saw a really neat film last night.
  • That was a really neat party!
  • I saw a neat pair of shoes in that shop.

(Definición de neat del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

neat en inglés americano

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us /nit/

neat adjective (ARRANGED)

[ -er/-est only ] arranged well, with everything in its place:

She keeps her room neat and clean.

[ -er/-est only ] A neat person likes everything to be clean and well arranged.

[ -er/-est only ] Neat can also mean skillful or effective:

neat adjective (NOTHING ADDED)

neat adjective (GREAT)

[ -er/-est only ] infml great:

The party was really neat.
What a neat bike!

(Definición de neat del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)