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quite British & World English

To the utmost or most absolute extent or degree; absolutely; completely

quite English Thesaurus

there are in fact two quite different types

on the contrary British & World English

Used to intensify a denial of what has just been implied or stated by suggesting that the opposite is the case

quite so in quite British & World English

Expressing agreement with or understanding of a remark or statement

not quite British & World English

Not completely or entirely

quite a —— British & World English

Used to indicate that the specified person or thing is perceived as particularly notable, remarkable, or impressive

quite some British & World English

A considerable amount of

quite a few British & World English

A fairly large number

quite a lot British & World English

A considerable number or amount of something

quite something British & World English

Something considered impressive or notable

quite a little British & World English

A fairly large amount of

quite the little —— British & World English

Used as a condescending or ironic recognition that someone has a particular quality or accomplishment

not quite the thing British & World English

Not well, healthy, or normal

a bit in bit1 British & World English

A fairly large amount

not quite in quite British & World English

Not completely or entirely

quite some in quite British & World English

A considerable amount of

quite a few in few British & World English

A fairly large number

quite a —— in quite British & World English

Used to indicate that the specified person or thing is perceived as particularly notable, remarkable, or impressive

quite a lot in quite British & World English

A considerable number or amount of something

quite a little in little British & World English

A fairly large amount of

quite something in something British & World English

Something considered impressive or notable

on the contrary in contrary British & World English

Used to intensify a denial of what has just been implied or stated by suggesting that the opposite is the case

quite a —— also often ironic quite the —— in quite British & World English

Used to indicate that the specified person or thing is perceived as particularly notable, remarkable, or impressive


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