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do nicely

1. To be progressing or advancing well. Our fundraiser is doing very nicely—we're already halfway to our goal.
2. To be adequate or sufficient. No, don't edit it again—this version will do nicely.
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do ˈnicely


1 (usually used in progressive tenses) be making good progress: Her business is doing very nicely.
2 be satisfactory: Tomorrow at ten will do nicely (= will be a good time).
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dee-lightful Cliffs Of Moher (left) got the job done nicely at Chester
The ovals have done nicely, and we will continue to identify emerging trends and keep the brand exciting with new designs and effects," DeVita-Goldstein promises.
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Trained by the ever-reliable Tim Easterby, the seven-year-old mare has done nicely since she went chasing, with an accomplished victory at this track in November the high-water mark.
Still, I think Blair has done nicely out of it all with his speaking engagements and consultancy work which earn him a fortune.
The kerbs are done nicely and the surroundings, being around the Olympic Park is quite an incredible place.
Youn claimed that the implants, if Kidman did get some, are done nicely relatively.
But it's the tango that takes the biscuit, here done nicely by Rory Mackay as the Dago and Celine Gittens as a rather worldly debutante.
30) hasn't looked the easiest of rides on occasions this season but he got the job done nicely at Kelso last weekend and will surely make a bold bid to follow up in the 2m handicap chase.
I still go out with my make-up on and my hair done nicely and if you don't look ill on the outside, people just assume there's nothing wrong with you.
A child plus a mentor plus patience plus practice will get the job done nicely in almost every case.
He added: "We've already done nicely from the cup run - we've won four rounds and received prize money, but this match is proving expensive to stage.