Definition of nice and —— in English:

nice and ——

Satisfactorily in terms of the quality described: it’s nice and warm in here
More example sentences
  • I wanted to stay inside this shop forever as it was nice and warm and dry inside.
  • Afterwards my sister took the younguns home, where they got off to bed nice and early.
  • Harry Cat was still tucked up nice and warm, sleeping a deep and almost twitch-less sleep.
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