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niceadjective [-er/-est only]

us   /nɑɪs/
pleasant, enjoyable, or satisfactory: Have a nice day! It was nice talking to you. That’s a really nice restaurant. She plans to start running more when the weather gets nicer.
kind or friendly: I wish you’d be nice to your brother. He’s very smart, but he isn’t very nice.
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niceadjective

uk   /naɪs/ us   /naɪs/
  • nice adjective (PLEASANT)

A1 pleasant, enjoyable, or satisfactory: Did you have a nice trip? Have a nice day/time! This milk doesn't smell very nice. Thanks for ringing - it's been nice talking to you.
nice and... B1 informal
pleasantly: This orange is nice and juicy.

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  • nice adjective (KIND)

A1 kind, friendly, or polite: Jane's new boyfriend is a really nice guy. I wish you'd be nice to your brother. It was very nice of her to drive you home. It's not nice to talk with your mouth full.

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