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nicely

adverb (KIND)
好心地
 
 
/ˈnaɪ.sli/
in a kind, friendly or polite way
好心地,友善地,禮貌地
Well, I like her - she's always treated me very nicely.
哦,我喜歡她——她一直待我很不錯。
You can have another biscuit if you ask nicely.
如果你好好說的話,還可以再吃一塊餅乾。
FriendlyKind and thoughtful
(Definition of nicely adverb (KIND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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