Translation of nicely in Spanish:

nicely

amablemente, adv.

Pronunciation: /ˈnaɪsli//ˈnʌɪsli/

adverb

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    • 1.1(amiably)

      (treat/smile) amablemente
      • Sometimes, I just write to the person involved and ask them nicely to cease and desist.
      • We extend sincere thanks to everybody who met us so nicely and so friendly when we called to their houses.
      • Yes, it's true the football team is coming off what is, to put it as nicely as possible, a disastrous season.
      • So she said: oh, OK then Rupert, since you're a friend, and since you've asked so nicely.
      • I came here by Mr Romanov's choice and Mr Burley accepted me very nicely in the team.
      • Maddy nicely accepted the Barbie doll Quarter gave her but said nothing after that.

    • 1.2(politely, respectably)

      con buenos modales

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    • 2.1(attractively)

      (dressed/presented) bien
      she arranged the flowers very nicely arregló las flores muy bien / con mucho gusto
      • Out of the corner of my eye, I caught sight of Fiona in her violet dress, hair let down nicely.
      • Susie and I were all dressed up nicely and her friends were waiting for us outside her house.
      • Phoenix sat back and watched as they gorged themselves on all manner of foods the cooks had so nicely prepared for her.
      • She too was dressed in a gorgeous lacy yellow dress which contrasted nicely with her long, silky black hair.
      • It was a beautiful morning, and the sun came nicely into the room.
      • After that, most students have a reception at their houses, and are brought there in a nicely decorated car.
      • The sauce was pleasant and the garlic nicely roasted, but the flavours were sleepwalking.
      • If it is a habit for you to dress sharply, then suit up nicely even when going to the movies.
      • Van Sowerwine has a very nicely designed web site that's also up to date - a rarity among artist sites.
      • They appear to be nicely dressed college students with two girls for every boy.
      • The next singer is Ngaiire Joseph who was dressed much more nicely than last time when she appeared in a tablecloth.
      • It's kind of a browny-purple number which is set off nicely by a cashmere scarf that's dull purple on one side and beige on the other.
      • It looks wide and lumpy bumpy in the picture, but it actually drapes nicely when worn.
      • In fact, it was very nicely decorated with yellow - flowered walls and paintings of more flowers.
      • I sit in the shade mostly, looking out at the sun, but even so the effect of the open air and reflected sunshine is weathering my skin nicely.
      • Her light blue dress fitted her thin form nicely, but didn't reveal anything.
      • She was naturally attractive with her cute face and short but nicely curved body.
      • She was wearing a baby blue dress that enhanced her deep brown eyes and features nicely.
      • I think your hair would go nicely with that dress if you let some of it hang down.
      • It combines nicely with Glory-of-the-snow which flowers a bit earlier.

    • 2.2(well, satisfactorily)

      (get on/work) bien
      she's doing nicely on $60,000 a year no se puede quejar, con 60.000 dólares al año
      • smoked salmon will do nicely, thank you salmón ahumado no estaría nada mal
      • Just the thought of rearranging my nicely planned out routine is enough to make me break out in hives.
      • The camellia with its glossy green leaves and beautiful blooms should do very nicely.
      • She was so beautiful and was growing up so nicely, not to mention she was nice herself too.
      • Alert in the United box to accept a through-ball, the striker dinked it nicely over Barthez.
      • I think that would nicely satisfy all of the above criteria, stylistically.
      • The shirt was the only thing that was really dressed up for him, but he pulled it off nicely.
      • The scheme is a well considered design, which is nicely detailed and handles the corner plot in a satisfactory way.
      • This Corinthian helmet, currently on display at the Manchester Museum, would do nicely.
      • I'm a short-attention-span kind of girl, so it breaks up my day nicely.
      • AOL dialler and Firefox browser working very nicely so far, thank you.
      • His nicely designed and satisfyingly content-rich website should help me to educate myself.
      • It was wonderful to see finally that Zelda for DS is coming along nicely, and was a pleasant surprise.
      • With ingredients such as ginseng and tea these pleasantly scented products do the job very nicely.
      • Even by what is described as seasonally dull standards, British art is doing quite nicely.
      • All you want to do now, apart from sip wanly at the dregs of that satisfying Shiraz, is stump upstairs and crash into a nicely turned down bed.
      • Tomorrow a really good article is coming out that unpacks this aspect of the story quite nicely.
      • Almost all of the bureaucrats at the information ministry have done very nicely for themselves since the war.
      • I was doing quite nicely on my half a dozen beers and it's amazing how three small glasses of champagne have so much alcohol content in them.
      • We do have to put some screen over the heating vent, but for now the cage top of the aquarium set up blocks it nicely.
      • The line drifted down nicely but I wasn't sure if I should concentrate on the trout or the indicator.

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    (finely, precisely)
    (timed/judged) (muy) bien
    (timed/judged) con precisión