Definition of 'nicely'
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His club seem to be doing quite nicely without him. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That is a nicely neutral way of putting it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That side of things has filled in quite nicely. Christianity Today (2000)Dial back the electronic aids and the wheel will pop up nicely all the way through fourth. The Sun (2016)She's back over hurdles now and nicely weighted. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was finished last November and is running nicely now. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We're sitting quite nicely at the moment. The Sun (2015)It's a way of asking nicely for the weather to be favourable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So the numbers stack up quite nicely, which takes care of the head. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In fact, the weather settled down quite nicely. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He stormed home to win nicely on his debut before seeing off a pair of previous winners at Yarmouth. The Sun (2014)He returned from 20 months off to win nicely here in October. The Sun (2012)This is the painting's only bridge, something that nicely clears the view. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said: 'It is all coming together nicely now. The Sun (2014)If somebody doesn't lift a finger, ask them nicely to do something quite specific. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)He has been off since winning nicely at Cheltenham in October but fitness should not be an issue. The Sun (2013)There's something nicely democratic about the buildings, or at least the doorways which are all similarly humble. The Sun (2012)The former has been in decent nick this term over fences, including when winning nicely at Chepstow last time. The Sun (2007)He won nicely at Taunton in February and found the sharp track against him dropped in distance the following month. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'nicely'
British English: nicely ADVERB
If something is happening or working nicely, it is happening or working in a satisfactory way or in the way that you want it to.
She has a bit of private money, so they manage quite nicely.
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