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nice one

Definition of nice one in English:

British informal Used to express approval: thunderous applause and cries of ‘Nice one!’
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  • But when you're walking down the street in Liverpool people you don't know shout out, ‘alright Liz, nice one girl’ and give you the thumbs up.
  • But, y'know, nice one Jimbo and all that, but who cares?
  • His wife looked exhausted apparently… nice one Michael!
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