British informal In a specified condition: you’ve kept the car in good nick
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- After a three-week lay off, during which this admirably pleasant man shot the breeze at his third home in Wentworth, taking in cricket at Lord's and tennis at Wimbledon, Els is in decent nick for a serious tilt at the St Andrews Open this week.
- He said: ‘I'm still not in bad nick and think I can play for another two years.’
- I have not scored too many runs for Yorkshire this season but I feel in good nick and once my bowling is back to full speed I am confident I will soon be at my best again.
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