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nicely

adverb
 
 
/ˈnaɪsli/
WELL B2 well: That table would fit nicely in the bedroom. His business is doing very nicely.Extremely good
PLEASANTLY B2 in a pleasant way: nicely dressed They spoke to us very nicely.FriendlyKind and thoughtful
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