Translation of neat in Spanish:

neat

Pronunciation: /niːt/

adj (-er, -est)

  • 1 1.1 (tidy, orderly) [appearance] arreglado, cuidado, prolijo (RPl) ; [person] pulcro, prolijo (RPl) ; [room] ordenado; [garden] muy cuidado do up the buttons: it looks much neater abróchatelo: queda mucho mejor the bottles stand in neat rows las botellas están colocadas en filas muy ordenadas her hair is always very neat va siempre muy bien peinada or con el pelo muy arreglado his handwriting is very neat tiene muy buena letra he likes to have everything neat and tidy le gusta tenerlo todo muy arreglado or (RPl tb) prolijo y ordenado she likes to fit people into neat little categories le gusta encasillar a la gente de manera simplista 1.2 (trim, compact) a neat little car un cochecito compacto she has a neat figure tiene muy buena figura or (Esp) muy buen tipo 1.3 (deft) [catch] bueno, hábil; [somersault] bien hecho or ejecutado 1.4 (ingenious) [gadget/solution] ingenioso, bueno; [translation/excuse] bueno
  • 2 (good, nice) (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] neat hat, man! ¡que sombrero más fantástico or (Esp) chulo or (Col, Ven) más chévere or (Méx) más padre or (Chi) más encachado! [familiar/colloquial] he's a neat ballplayer es un jugador buenísimo or (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] de narices
  • 3 (BrE) solo I drink it neat lo bebo solo she drank half a bottle of neat vodka se bebió media botella de vodka puro

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