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English definition of “tidy”

tidy

adjective (ORDERED)    /ˈtaɪ.di/
A2 having everything ordered and arranged in the right place, or liking to keep things like this: The house was clean and tidy. My flatmate isn't very tidy. neat and tidy a tidy solutionClean and tidy tidily     /-dɪ.li/ adverb Put your clothes away tidily.Clean and tidy tidiness     /-nəs/ noun [U] Clean and tidy
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