Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Neat"

The meaning of "Neat" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does neat mean?
A: i don’t think you can use neat as a noun. It wouldn’t be natural.

i googled synonyms and it says accurate, elegant, immaculate, orderly, precise, sleek, slick, smart, spotless, tidy, well-kept.
Q: What does It's neat! mean?
A: @Ri-na そうですよね。「素敵」です。
Q: What does pretty neat mean?
A: It's like saying that it's cool.
Q: What does neat mean?
A: A neat drawing sería un dibujo limpio. Neat significa limpio/ordenado
Q: What does neat and profound mean?
A: @morningali: Neat could mean two things, depending on the context of the sentence.

Ex: That show was very neat!

In this sentence, the word neat is used to describe how good the show was. Neat, in this context, means the show was cool, good, or decent.

Ex: Your bed is very neatly made.

In this sentence, I added the suffix (ly) to neat. Still, the word is used to describe that the bed was made well or decent.

Profound means that something was great, amazing, or wonderful.

Ex: That show was very profound!

In this sentence, the word profound describes how wonderful, great, or amazing the show was.

I hope this was of help to you. If anything needs more clarifying, feel free to ask! :)

Example sentences using "Neat"

Q: Please show me example sentences with neat.
A: I wish I could keep my hair neat and tidy, but it's always in a mess.

That's a real neat guitar you've got there. Where did you buy it. (Here 'neat' means 'nice' or 'cool' or '格好良い’。

I drank a whole glass of neat alcohol, and now I'm regretting it. (Here 'neat' means 'pure').
Q: Please show me example sentences with neat .
A: her room was neat and tidy. (neat here means clean)
he showed us a neat trick (neat here means cool)
Q: Please show me example sentences with neat.
A: her room is so neat!
"look at this picture" "ooh neat"
it's a neat topic
Q: Please show me example sentences with neat.
A: That statue is pretty neat
Q: Please show me example sentences with That’s neat..
A: It's a positive reply. Someone does/says something you like, so you say, "that's neat!" Or "that's great/cool/fun/etc."

Synonyms of "Neat" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between neat and tidy ?
A: no big difference but we can use tidy as a verb
Q: What is the difference between neat and succinct ?
A: both mean clean, organized.

Neat can be used to describe many things. But succinct is more often only used to describe language. Succinct writing is short and to-the-point.
Q: What is the difference between neat and tidy ?
A: Neat is more broad and often used informally to mean excellent or great like "What a neat idea!" Or you can do something in a clean manner, like "He combed his hair neat."

Tidy just means free from dirt and mess, like "Her desk is a tidy place."
Q: What is the difference between neat and tidy ?
A: ‘Neat and Tidy’ both effectively mean the same thing. The two words are often used together when talking about cleaning up a messy room or just a mess in general; eg: you say “the room should be neat and tidy”.
Q: What is the difference between neat and tidy ?
A: Neat: In order, "Everything in its place".
If someone has their pens in a line, it is neat.
Neat can also mean "nice". You can say "neat shirt" if you like sombody's shirt.

Tidy: clean.
If somebody has a tidy room, it means they have a clean room.

Translations of "Neat"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? neat と tidy の違いはなんですか?
A: There is no difference~
違いはありません〜
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? neat. ??
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Q: That's neat does this sound natural?
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