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tidy

adjective
 
 
/ˈtaɪdi/
PLACE A2 having everything in the right place and arranged in a good order
schludny, uporządkowany
Her room was clean and tidy.Clean and tidy
PERSON A2 liking to keep things in the correct place and arranged in a good order
porządny, schludny
I'm afraid I'm not very tidy. →  Opposite untidy Clean and tidy
tidily adverb
schludnie, porządnie
tidiness noun [U]
schludność, porządek
Translations of “tidy”
in Korean 깔끔한…
in Arabic مُرَتَّب…
in French net, ordonné, coquet…
in Italian ordinato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 整齊的, 整潔的,有條理的…
in Russian опрятный…
in Turkish düzenli, tertipli, derli toplu…
in Spanish ordenado, considerable…
in Portuguese organizado, arrumado…
in German ordentlich…
in Catalan endreçat, ordenat…
in Japanese 片付いている, 整然とした…
in Chinese (Simplified) 整齐的, 整洁的,有条理的…
(Definition of tidy adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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