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neat 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/nēt/,
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neater, comparative; neatest, superlative;
  1. (of a place or thing) Arranged in an orderly, tidy way
    • - the books had been stacked up in neat piles
  2. (of a person) Habitually tidy, well groomed, or well organized
    • - her daughter was always neat and clean
  3. Having a pleasing shape or appearance; well formed or regular
    • - Alan noted down the orders in his neat, precise script
  4. Very good or pleasant; excellent
    • - I've been taking lessons in tracking from this really neat Indian guide
  5. Done with or demonstrating skill or efficiency
    • - Howard's neat, precise tackling
  6. Tending to disregard specifics for the sake of convenience; slick or facile
    • - this neat division does not take into account a host of associated factors
  7. (of liquid, esp. liquor) Not diluted or mixed with anything else
    • - he drank neat Scotch
Noun
  1. A bovine animal

  2. Cattle


  1. clean or organized; "her neat dress"; "a neat room"
  2. showing care in execution; "neat homework"; "neat handwriting"
  3. free from what is tawdry or unbecoming; "a neat style"; "a neat set of rules"; "she hated to have her neat plans upset"
  4. clean: free from clumsiness; precisely or deftly executed; "he landed a clean left on his opponent's cheek"; "a clean throw"; "the neat exactness of the surgeon's knife"
  5. bang-up: very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"
  6. without water; "took his whiskey neat"
  7. In bartending, the term straight up (or up) refers to an alcoholic drink that is shaken or stirred with ice, strained, and served in a stemmed glass.
  8. Neat is a Canadian television series, which airs on HGTV in Canada and formerly on Discovery Home in the United States. ...
  9. (Neatly) Orderliness is associated with other qualities such as cleanliness and diligence - and the desire for order and symmetry, and is generally considered to be a desirable quality.
  10. (Neats) In artificial intelligence, the labels neats and scruffies are used to refer to one of the continuing philosophical disputes in artificial intelligence research. This conflict is over a serious concern: what is the best way to design an intelligent system? ...
  11. (The Neats) The Neats were a Boston rock band that existed from the late 1970s to early 1990s. They first recorded for the independent Propeller label, which in 1981 released the song, "Six", a swirling, Vox-washed slab of garage rock reminiscent of Question Mark & the Mysterians. ...
  12. A bull or cow (singular of cattle); Cattle; Clean, tidy; free from dirt or impurities; Free from contaminants; unadulterated, undiluted. ...
  13. (neaten) To make neat; arrange in an orderly, tidy way; to tidy
  14. (neatly) In a neat manner
  15. The consumption of a spirit as a straight, unaccompanied shot.
  16. A "neat" drop refers to a drop of liquid that is unmixed, or undiluted. When referencing an aromatherapy recipe for example, a neat drop of lavender essential oil is a drop of oil taken directly from the bottle, and added to the recipe.
  17. A straight shot of any spirit taken in a single gulp, usually without any accompaniment, also called a shooter.
  18. A term referring to liquor that is drunk undiluted by ice, water or mixers.
  19. Adj. A general term of approval, such as excellent, 'cool'. [Orig. U.S.]
  20. refers to serving an unmixed , non-iced distilled spirit in a shot glass.
  21. a term often used in IR spectroscopy, means that only the pure compound was place in the IR beam
  22. (adj.): unmixed with anything, such as water or soda; straight
  23. Neat is a word that implies orderly and organized. For instance, the custodial closet should be kept in a neat, orderly and organized condition at all times.
  24. An unmixed drink, like whiskey, in a glass with nothing else. You can also use the term plain, which means the same thing -- no additions, straight from the bottle.
  25. (1) Idiom for exact dimensions, i.e., excavation to the designed width of the footing. (2) A term referring to a process by which a material is prepared for use without addition of any other materials except water. Examples include neat cement or neat plaster.