adj. 整洁的，有条理的; 爱整洁的; 一大笔（钱）的
Something that is tidy is neat and is arranged in an organized way.
Having a tidy desk can seem impossible if you have a busy, demanding job...
I'll do your garden, I'll keep that tidy for you.
Someone who is tidy likes everything to be neat and arranged in an organized way.
She's obsessively tidy, always hoovering and polishing.
When you tidy a place such as a room or cupboard, you make it neat by putting things in their proper places.
She made her bed, and tidied her room.
A tidy amount of money is a large amount.
The opportunities are there to make a tidy profit.
1. receptacle that holds odds and ends (as sewing materials)
1. put (things or places) in order;
1. marked by good order and cleanliness in appearance or habits;
2. (used of hair) neat and tidy;
3. large in amount or extent or degree;
neat, tidy, trim, orderly
The room is neat and tidy.
Your room is in a mess, please tidy it up.
The room is kept clean and tidy.
It was a neatly furnished and immaculately tidy room.
He made a tidy fortune in cigaretes.