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nice US English

Pleasant; agreeable; satisfactory

Nice US English

A resort city on the French Riviera, near the border with Italy; population 348,721 (2007)

nice US Thesaurus

have a nice time

good thinking US English

Used as an expression of approval for an ingenious plan, explanation, or observation

make nice US English

Be pleasant or polite to someone, typically in a hypocritical way

nice one US English

Expressing approval or commendation

nice work US English

Expressing approval of a task well done

nice and —— US English

Satisfactorily or adequately in terms of the quality described

nice-looking US English

Pleasing to the eye; attractive

nice as pie US English

Extremely pleasant or polite

have a nice day US English

Used to express good wishes when parting

nice to meet you US English

A polite formula used on being introduced to someone

make nice in nice US English

Be pleasant or polite to someone, typically in a hypocritical way

nice one in nice US English

Expressing approval or commendation

nice work in nice US English

Expressing approval of a task well done

nice work if you can get it US English

Used to express envy of what is perceived to be another person’s more favorable situation, especially if they seem to have reached it with little effort

nice as pie in pie1 US English

Extremely pleasant or polite

good thinking in thinking US English

Used as an expression of approval for an ingenious plan, explanation, or observation

overnice US English

Excessively fussy or fastidious

make nice or nice-nice in nice US English

Be pleasant or polite to someone, typically in a hypocritical way

have a nice day in have US English

Used to express good wishes when parting

nice to meet you in nice US English

A polite formula used on being introduced to someone

nice and —— in nice US English

Satisfactorily or adequately in terms of the quality described

as nice or sweet as pie in pie1 US English

Extremely pleasant or polite

nice work if you can get it in nice US English

Used to express envy of what is perceived to be another person’s more favorable situation, especially if they seem to have reached it with little effort