One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Expressing approval or commendation.
- ‘Heh - no sooner do I idly wish out loud for a potential hacker version of the Caesar blog then I get mailed this by the man himself - nice one, Caesar.’
- ‘That made me laugh Grant, nice one, I'm going to start using that like the ‘prison style’ phrase.’
- ‘Paul Royston recently supplied the lads with new track suits and training jackets, nice one Paul.’
- ‘But when you're walking down the street in Liverpool people you don't know shout out, ‘alright Liz, nice one girl’ and give you the thumbs up.’
- ‘I think this a really interesting topic - nice one!’
- ‘A top collection and very cool show, nice one Paul!’
- ‘But, y'know, nice one Jimbo and all that, but who cares?’
- ‘Looks like the site is hosted by Abe Abstract Dynamics Burmeister - nice one.’
- ‘Randy - so, software plus a region 1 dongle could be the answer… nice one!’
- ‘His wife looked exhausted apparently… nice one Michael!’
- 1.1 Used sarcastically to comment on an inept act.‘oh, nice one, she put her finger up to her eye and tugged at the skin’
- ‘A big thanks to whoever that was who woke me up at 4ish this afternoon: nice one.’
- ‘He had failed to remember that it was Mother's Day - nice one mate.’
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