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nice

  
  ( nicer    comparative)   ( nicest    superlative  )
1       adj   If you say that something is nice, you mean that you find it attractive, pleasant, or enjoyable.  
oft it v-link ADJ to-inf  
I think silk ties can be quite nice..., It's nice to be here together again..., We had a nice meal with a bottle of champagne.     
  nicely      adv   ADV after v, ADV -ed/adj  
He's just written a book, nicely illustrated and not too technical...     
2       adj   If you say that it is nice of someone to say or do something, you are saying that they are being kind and thoughtful. This is often used as a way of thanking someone.  
it v-link ADJ of n to-inf, v-link ADJ of n   (=kind)  
It's awfully nice of you to come all this way to see me..., `How are your boys?'—`How nice of you to ask.'...     
3       adj   If you say that someone is nice, you mean that you like them because they are friendly and pleasant.,   (Antonym: unpleasant)    He was a nice fellow, very quiet and courteous.     
  niceness      n-uncount  
Mr Pearce was rather bowled over by his niceness, his concern and his ordinariness.     
4       adj   If you are niceto people, you are friendly, pleasant, or polite towards them.  
v-link ADJ, oft ADJ to n  
She met Mr and Mrs Ricciardi, who were very nice to her.     
  nicely      adv   ADV after v  
He treated you very nicely and acted like a decent guy.     
5       adj   When the weather is nice, it is warm and pleasant.  
He nodded to us and said, `Nice weather we're having.'     
6       adj   You can use nice to emphasize a particular quality that you like.  
ADJ adj n, v-link ADJ and adj, ADJ and adv after v     (emphasis)    With a nice dark colour, the wine is medium to full bodied..., Add the oats to thicken the mixture and stir until it is nice and creamy...     
7       adj   A nice point or distinction is very clear, precise, and based on good reasoning.  
FORMAL   Those are nice academic arguments, but what about the immediate future?     
  nicely      adv   ADV after v  
I think this puts the problem very nicely.     
8       adj   You can use nice when you are greeting people. For example, you can say `Nice to meet you', `Nice to have met you', or `Nice to see you'.  
it v-link ADJ to-inf     (formulae)    Good morning. Nice to meet you and thanks for being with us this weekend..., `It's so nice to see you,' said Charles.     
9   
    nicely  


nice-looking     
Someone who is nice-looking is physically attractive.      adj   (=good-looking)  
I saw this nice-looking man in a gray suit..., We got on very well and she was very nice-looking.     
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niche, nicely, nicety, nickel

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exp.
Me lo he pasado muy bien esta noche.
v.
beguile somebody (into doing something) to trick somebody into doing something, especially by being nice to them She beguiled them into believing her version of events.
n.
an urban photography trend consisting in taking the pics from the top (and usually the edge) of high buildings
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