נֶחְמָד, יָפֶה, נָאֶה, דַק
Noun(1) a city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean; the leading resort on the French Riviera
Adjective(1) pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance(2) socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous(3) done with delicacy and skill(4) excessively fastidious and easily disgusted(5) exhibiting courtesy and politeness
(1) He was especially nice to Mimi, whom he treated with a gentle solicitude both on and off camera, exactly how he must have been with Takako.(2) It would be nice to make the town more attractive to its residents.(3) While it would be nice to be able to cure everything with a nice , neat, simple solution, life is not like that.(4) what's nice about Spain is the heat(5) His writing is amazing and he is the first blogger I read - but not a nice guy on a personal level.(6) She's one of those fun, lovely, nice to know, but never-to-be-relied-upon types.(7) They're always nice to all of us and they try to understand our problems and help us deal with them.(8) The figure of Justice, you know, is represented with a balance to weigh out to every one his due, with nice and scrupulous exactness.(9) it'd be nice to see you again(10) I think you really made a nice point.(11) A nice attractive business district around the station was a far cry from Detroit.(12) If estate agents were in charge, there'd be none of this - it'd be something nice , pleasant and attractive.(13) Ray says he's a nice guy, but people are starting to get upset with him because he never turns off his cellphone.(14) they live in a nice area(15) everybody was so nice to me(16) People being nice to me, pretty girls trying to be my friend, it didn't happen every day.
2. pleasant ::
3. polite ::
4. subtle ::
5. fine ::
6. courteous ::
7. skillful ::
8. decent ::
9. squeamish ::
1. improper ::
2. inappropriate ::
3. incorrect ::
4. indecent ::
5. indecorous ::
6. indelicate ::
7. unbecoming ::
8. unseemly ::
Different Formsnice, nicely, niceness
Word Example from TV Shows
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The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 4
It would be NICE
if I didn't have to.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 15
- How do you do?
- Nice to meet you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 1
You know, they have a really NICE bar
over at the Olive Garden.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 7
Nice and slow, ya hear?
Westworld Season 2, Episode 4
English to Hebrew Dictionary: nice
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