nicely

nicely
adverb
(coll.)
1) (well) nett; gut [arbeiten, sich benehmen, platziert sein]
2) (all right) gut

he's got a new job and is doing very nicely — er hat eine neue Arbeit und kommt prima (ugs.) damit zurecht

that will do nicely — das reicht völlig

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adverb fein
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nice·ly
[ˈnaɪsli]
adv
1. (well) gut, nett
the patient is coming along \nicely der Patient macht gute Fortschritte
that'll do \nicely das reicht völlig
to do very \nicely gut vorankommen
to be doing \nicely (be successful) erfolgreich sein; (health-wise) wohlauf sein
2. (pleasantly) nett, hübsch
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['naIslɪ]
adv
1) (= pleasantly) nett; (= well) go, speak, behave, placed gut

to go nicely — wie geschmiert laufen (inf)

to be coming along nicely — sich gut machen or entwickeln

she thanked me nicely — sie hat sich nett bei mir bedankt

to ask nicely — höflich fragen

eat up/say thank you nicely! — iss mal schön auf/sag mal schön danke!

that will do nicely — das reicht vollauf

how's it going? – nicely, thank you — wie geht es so? – danke, ganz gut

he's doing very nicely for himself — er ist sehr gut gestellt

a nicely situated home — ein hübsch gelegenes Haus

to be nicely spoken — sich gepflegt ausdrücken

he's such a nicely spoken young man — es ist eine Freude, diesem jungen Mann zuzuhören

nicely done — gut gemacht, prima

when the engine's nicely warmed up — wenn der Motor schön warm gelaufen ist

2) (= carefully) distinguish genau, fein
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nicely [ˈnaıslı] adv
1. fein, nett:
nicely written nett geschrieben
2. gut, fein, ausgezeichnet:
that will do nicely
a) das genügt vollauf,
b) das passt ausgezeichnet;
she is doing nicely es geht ihr gut oder besser, sie macht gute Fortschritte;
talk nicely to sb jemandem gute Worte geben
3. sorgfältig, genau
4. iron schön:
I was done nicely sl ich wurde ganz schön reingelegt
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adverb
(coll.)
1) (well) nett; gut [arbeiten, sich benehmen, platziert sein]
2) (all right) gut

he's got a new job and is doing very nicely — er hat eine neue Arbeit und kommt prima (ugs.) damit zurecht

that will do nicely — das reicht völlig

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adv.
nett adv.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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