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high-quality

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Definition of high-quality in English:

adjective

Of very good quality: a range of high-quality wines
More example sentences
  • We have always found them to be a consistent, high-quality supplier.
  • Senior staff set a good example by their own high-quality teaching.
  • Growing high-tech businesses must be supported by high-quality professional services.

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