Associations to the word «Neat»
NEAT, noun. (archaic) A bull or cow.
NEAT, noun. (archaic) Cattle collectively.
NEAT, adjective. Clean, tidy; free from dirt or impurities.
NEAT, adjective. Free from contaminants; unadulterated, undiluted. Particularly of liquor and cocktails; see usage below.
NEAT, adjective. (chemistry) Conditions with a liquid reagent or gas performed with no standard solvent or cosolvent.
NEAT, adjective. (archaic) With all deductions or allowances made; net.
NEAT, adjective. Having a simple elegance or style; clean, trim, tidy, tasteful.
NEAT, adjective. Well-executed or delivered; clever, skillful, precise.
NEAT, adjective. (colloquial) Good, excellent, desirable.
NEAT, noun. (informal) An artificial intelligence researcher who believes that solutions should be elegant, clear and provably correct. Compare scruffy.
NEAT LINE, noun. Alternative form of neatline
NEAT LINES, noun. Plural of neat line
NEAT, adjective. Clean or organized; "her neat dress"; "a neat room".
NEAT, adjective. Showing care in execution; "neat homework"; "neat handwriting".
NEAT, adjective. Free from what is tawdry or unbecoming; "a neat style"; "a neat set of rules"; "she hated to have her neat plans upset".
NEAT, adjective. 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".
NEAT, adjective. Very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing".
NEAT, adjective. Without water; "took his whiskey neat".
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