French translation of 'neatly'
[labelled, arranged, stacked, clipped, pressed, typed] soigneusement
[fold, put away, hang up] soigneusement
a neatly trimmed beard une barbe soigneusement taillée
neatly folded soigneusement plié(e)
It comes neatly wrapped in a little cellophane bag. C’est vendu dans un petit sachet de cellophane très pratique.
2. [fit] facilement
neatly dressed à la mise soignée
to fit neatly into sth [object] rentrer facilement dans qch; [person] rentrer facilement dans qch
Real people do not fit neatly into categories. Des gens authentiques ne rentrent pas facilement dans une catégorie.
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Example Sentences Including 'neatly'
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She had her own well-thumbed copy snuggled up neatly inside her front coat pocket.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
Then Fran swerved neatly into a flagged parking space by an old, crumbling wall.READY? (2002)
Mrs Harvey's clothes lay neatly folded on a chair weighed down by a densely packed purse.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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'neatly' in Other Languages
British English: neatly /ˈniːtlɪ/ ADVERB
Neatly means in a tidy or smart manner.
He folded his paper neatly and sipped his coffee.
- American English: neatly
- Arabic: بِتَنْظِيمِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: caprichosamente
- Chinese: 整洁地
- Croatian: uredno
- Czech: úhledně
- Danish: nydeligt
- Dutch: netjes
- European Spanish: pulcramente
- Finnish: siististi
- French: soigneusement
- German: ordentlich
- Greek: προσεγμένα
- Italian: ordinatamente
- Japanese: きちんと
- Korean: 깔끔하게
- Norwegian: ordentlig
- Polish: schludnie
- European Portuguese: esmeradamente
- Romanian: ordonat
- Russian: опрятно
- Spanish: pulcramente
- Swedish: ordentligt
- Thai: อย่างเรียบร้อย
- Turkish: derli toplu düzenli
- Ukrainian: охайно
- Vietnamese: một cách gọn gàng
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