Kind of neat

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Context:"it's really kind of neat having Dad at home now".
I just wonder "kind of neat" is "very good" or "kinda good"?
Could someone tell me?
  • nzfauna

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    New Zealand, English
    To mean it's a positive statement, and "good" would be the basic sentiment. But to me, it also means that the person thinks its somewhat special to have dad home.


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    New Zealand English and Mandarin Chinese
    I have a feeling that this is used more often in AE. I have heard this used in New Zealand, but none of my friends ever uses it.
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