- adv.合适地; 体面地; 像样地; 有礼貌地;
- 形容词: decent;
The allies say they will treat their prisoners decently.
And can't you dress more decently—people will think you're a tramp.
The children do not know how to behave themselves decently.
The new servant was decently dressed.
He behaved himself decently.
There were at least four hours before he could decently go to the pub.
I explained that I had come to see everything carried on decently.
He dresses decently, yet he seldom has a guinea at command.
He couldn't do his job decently, so he was let go.
In Maxton , he said , the farmers always treated their pigs decently.
Let all things be done decently and in order.
The moth having righted himself now lay most decently and uncomplainingly composed.
They don't know how to dress decently.
But they were very decently kept.
He is doing decently.
1. in a decent manner;
"they don't know how to dress decently"
2. in the right manner;
"please do your job properly!"
"can't you carry me decent?"