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

The meaning of "Nicest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: “in the nicest possible way”

mean? And how can I use this phrase in a sentence? ne anlama geliyor?
A: That phrase usually accompanies a negative action that is done 'in the nicest possible way'. Examples:
James is such a gentleman and insists on breaking up with his girlfriends - of which he has had many - in the nicest possible way.
In the nicest possible way, he told her that the dress was frumpy and it did not suit her.
In 'Taming of the Shrew', Kate was conquered in the nicest possible way.
Q: for you're among the nicest people I have ever known, And you'll never forgotten for the thoughtfulness you've shown. ne anlama geliyor?
A: I can try to rephrase it:

because you are a nice person (I know many nice people and you are one of them). And I and many people cannot ever forget how thoughtful you are.


(also, the last sentence should be "And you'll never BE forgotten for the thoughtfulness you've shown.")
Q: the nicest person I've ever met ne anlama geliyor?
A: you can use both

Example sentences using "Nicest"

Q: this is the nicest restaurant I ( ever see) ....... ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: This is the nicest restaurant I have ever seen!

This is the nicest restaurant I have ever eaten at!

This is the nicest restaurant I have ever been to!
Q: nicest idioms and expressions said daily that are originally from sports like playbook

thanks in advance ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Our coach told us to bring home the bacon.

Synonyms of "Nicest" and their differences

Q: A: ‎You always have the nicest things to say to us. ve B: ‎You always say the nicest things to us. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: There is no difference between the two, just different ways of saying it.
Q: This is the nicest present [that] I have ever had.  ve This is the nicest present [that] I have ever taken.  ve This is the nicest present [that] I have ever been given..  arasındaki fark nedir?
A: This is the nicest present [that] I have ever had. - simple

This is the nicest present [that] I have ever taken. - you can't say this, maybe "received" instead of taken. Same as before, but less simple.

This is the nicest present [that] I have ever been given.. - more accent on the act of "giving".

Q: nicest ve best arasındaki fark nedir?
A: They can be synonymous but nicest has a nuance of as the most kind while best is used as all-around quality.
So,
He is the nicest athlete in the competition. would mean he is the most kind while
He is the best athlete in the competition. would mean he is the most skilled/strongest.
Q: What would you consider to be the nicest thing I could do for you? ve What do you consider to be the nicest thing I can do for you? arasındaki fark nedir?
A: “What would you consider to be the nicest thing I could do for you?”
This sentence is asked in a way that the speaker is just imagining if, or when.
“What do you consider to be the nicest thing I can do for you”
This sentence is asked in a way that the speaker is saying “what can I do for you right now”.
So, one is used for asking when you are just imagining what could be the nicest thing you could do for that person and one is used for as if you were going to do that nicest thing for them right then
Hope, this helped, I’m not good at explaining, but I try!
Q: This is one of the nicest rooms in the hotel. ve This is one of our nicest rooms in the hotel. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: " . . . one of our nicest rooms . . . " is usually only said by the people working at the hotel.

" . . . one of the nicest rooms in the hotel . . . " can be said by anyone (customers and hotel workers).

Translations of "Nicest"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? the nicest or the most nice?
A: The nicest
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? What is the nicest way to say I hate you in UK?
A: Between expressing hatred and trying to be nice, you have a couple of options:
-"I think we're not good together": starting with 'I think' always sounds like you're being nicer, because you've been thinking about it not just quickly reacting. Avoiding using 'you' can also be good, but this sounds like you're breaking up wth someone.
-"I really dislike you": a bit more firm, 'dislike' less intense than 'hate'.
-"You aren't my cup of tea": British expression, 'not my cup of tea' means that something doesn't suit you. You're being nice since you're saying there isn't anything wrong with them, you just don't like them.
-"I don't like you" simple, less hate implied than "I really dislike you"
-"I can't stand you" this would be as close as you can get to "I hate you" without sounding mean. It implied that you just can't tolerate being around them.

Other questions about "Nicest"

Q: Q. What is the nicest hotel you have ever stayed in?
That would be the Japanese-style hotel called “Hoshino resort” which is one of the high-class hotels in Japan.
I took my parents there and we stayed there for 3 days. The construction of the room and hot spring were so gorgeous, which is my mother’s favorite. Also, the location was useful to sightsee “Matsumoto Castle” which is one of the famous castles in Japan.
To be honest, I won’t probably afford to take them there again. But I was really happy to make them happy. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × That would be the Japanese-style hotel called “Hoshino resort” which is one of the high-class hotels in Japan.
✓ That would be the Japanese-style hotel called “Hoshino resort”, which is one of the high-class hotels in Japan.

× I took my parents there and we stayed there for 3 days.
✓ I took my parents there and we stayed for 3 days.

× The construction of the room and hot spring were so gorgeous, which is my mother’s favorite.
✓ The structure of the room and hot spring were so gorgeous, they were my mother’s favorite.

× Also, the location was useful to sightsee “Matsumoto Castle” which is one of the famous castles in Japan.
✓ Also, the location was useful to sightsee “Matsumoto Castle”, which is one of the famous castles in Japan.

× To be honest, I won’t probably afford to take them there again.
✓ To be honest, I probably can’t afford to take them there again.

Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret nicest.
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Q: I looked up the nicest wall paper on internet. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I looked up the nicest wallpaper on (the) internet.
Q: What is the nicest way to revenge a neighbor who makes noise loud? bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I like the irony of using ‘nicest’ with ‘revenge’ 👍🏻. However, a better way of saying “ to revenge a neighbor who makes noise loud?” Is: to revenge ON a neighbor who is noisy.
Q: I epitomize the nicest person in the world. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "Epitomize" is okay.

"I epitomize a nice guy/girl." is okay.


It is not common in conversation.


More natural:
"I am the epitome of a nice guy/girl."

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