美國人見面時說Nice to meet you祝想別人時說Haveaniceday.夸贊別人時說Sheisverynice在美國參加朋友的宴會，主人接過客人贈送的禮物時會說howniceofyou.碰到好天氣時，你該說it'saniceday看到朋友垂釣時，你該問Haveyouhadanicecatch?坐朋友的車外出時，你常會說Driveniceandeasy總之，你得努力用好nice—同。
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比較級： nicer最高級： nicest
派生詞： niceness n.
~ (to do sth) | ~ (doing sth) | ~ (that…)
pleasant, enjoyable or attractive
a nice day/smile/place
Did you have a nice time ?
You look very nice.
‘Do you want to come, too?’ ‘Yes, that would be nice .’
The nicest thing about her is that she never criticizes us.
Nice to meet you! (= a friendly greeting when you meet sb for the first time)
It's been nice meeting you .
It's nice that you can come with us.
It would be nice if he moved to London.
It's nice to know that somebody appreciates what I do.
We all had the flu last week─it wasn't very nice.
used before adjectives or adverbs to emphasize how pleasant sth is
a nice hot bath
a nice long walk
It was nice and warm yesterday.
Everyone arrived nice and early.
【幫助說明】 Nice and with another adjective cannot be used before a noun:
a nice and quiet place
nice and加另一個形容詞不可用于名詞前。不作a nice and quiet place。
~ (to sb) | ~ of sb (to do sth) | ~ (about sth)
Our new neighbours are very nice.
He's a really nice guy.
Be nice to me. I'm not feeling well.
It was nice of them to invite us.
I complained to the manager and he was very nice about it.
I asked him in the nicest possible way to put his cigarette out.
不好 not nice
bad or unpleasant
That's a nice thing to say!
That's a nice way to speak to your mother!
細節 small details
involving a very small detail or difference
a nice point of law (= one that is difficult to decide)
[U]In some professions, niceness does not get you very far.
as nice as pie
very kind and friendly, especially when you are not expecting it
have a nice day!
a friendly way of saying goodbye, especially to customers
used to show you are pleased when sth good has happened or sb has said sth amusing
You got the job? Nice one!
used to show you are pleased when sb has done sth well
You did a good job today. Nice work, James!
nice work if you can get it
used when you wish that you had sb's success or good luck and think they have achieved it with little effort
Mr Nice Guy
a way of describing a man who is very honest and thinks about the wishes and feelings of other people
I was tired of helping other people. From now on it was no more Mr Nice Guy (= I would stop being pleasant and kind).
詞匯擴充 nice and very nice
Instead of saying that something is nice or very nice , try to use more precise and interesting adjectives to describe things. 指事物好或非常好，除了用nice或very nice外，盡量用更貼切更有意思的形容詞：
pleasant/perfect / beautiful weather 宜人的/理想的/風和日麗的天氣
a cosy /a comfortable /an attractive room 暖融融的/舒適的/招人喜愛的房間
a pleasant /an interesting /an enjoyable experience 令人愉快的/有趣的/愉快的經歷
expensive / fashionable / smart clothes 昂貴的/時髦的/漂亮的衣服
a kind /a charming /an interesting man 和藹的/有魅力的/有趣的男子
The party was fun . 這聚會真有意思。
In conversation you can also use great , wonderful , lovely and (in BrE ) brilliant . 口語中亦可用great、wonderful、lovely和(英國英語)brilliant：
The party was great.
We had a brilliant weekend.
柯林斯詞典 1 ADJ-GRADED吸引人的;美好的;令人愉快的
If you say that something isnice, you mean that you find it attractive, pleasant, or enjoyable.
I think silk ties can be quite nice...
He's just written a book, nicely illustrated and not too technical...
The horse jumps nicely.
If you say that it isnice ofsomeone 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's awfully nice of you to come all this way to see me...
If you say that someone isnice, you mean that you like them because they are friendly and pleasant.
I've met your father and he's rather nice...
Mr Pearce was rather bowled over by his niceness, his concern and his ordinariness.
If you arenice topeople, you are friendly, pleasant, or polite towards them.
She met Mr and Mrs Ricciardi, who were very nice to her.
He treated you very nicely and acted like a decent guy.
When the weather isnice, it is warm and pleasant.
He nodded to us and said, 'Nice weather we're having.'
You can useniceto emphasize a particular quality that you like.
With a nice dark colour, the wine is medium to full bodied...
Anicepoint or distinction is very clear, precise, and based on good reasoning.
Those are nice academic arguments, but what about the immediate future?
I think this puts the problem very nicely.
You can usenicewhen you are greeting people. For example, you can say 'Nice to meet you', 'Nice to have met you', or 'Nice to see you'.
Good morning. Nice to meet you and thanks for being with us this weekend...
If someone saysnice one, they are showing their approval of something clever or funny that they have just seen or heard.
Knowles became Torquay's manager. Nice one.