Adjective(1) socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous(2) in harmony with the spirit of particular persons or occasion(3) conforming to conventions of sexual behavior(4) sufficiently clothed to see visitors or appear in public(5) observing conventional sexual mores in speech or behavior or dress(6) meeting requirements
Adverb(1) in the right manner; correctly; suitably
(1) The eight English clubs with the most money should really compete for the European places if they have a half decent manager and appropriate board level backing.(2) I suppose it's harmless and they're all decent , nice people, but we don't have much in common.(3) We could help to maintain decent moral standards in advertising, by using our own purchasing power ethically.(4) ├ö├ç├┐They are playing really well and they have some decent young players, so they are a hard team to play against,├ö├ç├û conceded Paul.(5) Since then thousands of youngsters have learned good manners, decent behaviour and mutual respect, all through the seemingly anachronistic art of ballroom dancing.(6) The mildest critics argued that they were premature and that a decent interval should have been allowed before the struggle to analyse and understand began.(7) We should be here in the House to establish decent standards of behaviour in our society.(8) He also made the request that people who attended should attend in decent dress, as per a golf course.(9) Somehow, the York players transformed themselves into what we all know they have the potential to be - decent rugby players.(10) Try as I would, I couldn't seem to make a decent cup of tea, and it even looked odd - a dismal grey instead of a healthy brown.(11) Now go get yourself decent , I'll call a cab(12) As always I struck up a conversation with the barista, commenting it had been three days since I'd had a decent cup of coffee.(13) I am impressed with the other family though, who kept their cool in the face of such childish behaviour and showed what decent people they were.(14) After a decent interval he and Madeleine left Carew to his liqueurs and cynicism and headed back across the square to the Hotel Adernis.(15) After a decent interval, Prince George married his late brother's fiancÔö£┬«e, Princess May, and they were a far more suitable couple than she and Eddy would have been.(16) Without a decent road network and fitting sewerage system, Livingstone is bound to not only lose out on increased numbers of tourists but also job creation.
(1) decent man :: desan moun
1. proper ::
2. honorable ::
3. satisfactory ::
4. comme il faut ::
comme il faut
5. nice ::
6. enough ::
1. bad ::
2. black ::
3. dishonest ::
4. evil ::
sa ki mal
5. evil-minded ::
sa ki mal-èspri
6. immoral ::
7. indecent ::
8. wicked ::
9. wrong ::
Different Formsdecent, decently
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'm excited that you found this new job
where you're making DECENT money.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 20
How do you tell yourself that you're DECENT
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
I call that you getting off your ass,
and being a DECENT human being.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12
Let's share the road.
I could use some DECENT company.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
Do you imagine yourself a DECENT person?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
English to Haitian Dictionary: decent
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