neat and orderly in appearance or habits
(of amounts ) quite large; considerable
put in good order; make neat
"a tidy person"
"a tidy house"
"a tidy mind"
"a nicely kempt beard"
"it cost a considerable amount"
"a goodly amount"
"received a hefty bonus"
"a respectable sum"
"a tidy sum of money"
"a sizable fortune"
"Tidy up your room!"
He had a tidy sum in the bank.
出自： G. Santayana
I..hurriedly tidied my hair in the looking-glass.
出自： W. Plomer
She busied herself tidying up and completing..household chores.
出自： B. Head
How many times have I asked you children to tidy your toys away at the end of a day?
Do tidy your paper away; your desk looks in a terrible mess.
Plates, cups, knives and forks had been tidied away.
She tidied the room out while she was away .
It has taken the whole day to tidy out the garage and it still needs cleaning.
The boys spend part of the last day of term tidying out their desks.
I must just tidy up a bit.
She offered to tidy up after the party.
她主动提出在晚会后收拾会场。 tidy sb/oneself/sth ⇔ up
I have to tidy myself up a bit.
You'd better tidy up the room before the guests arrive.
Help me to tidy this room up before my parents arrive!
He began to tidy up his desk and finish off the week's work.
We need to tidy the place up a bit.