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quote British & World English

Repeat or copy out (words from a text or speech written or spoken by another person)

pull-quote British & World English

A brief, attention-catching quotation taken from the main text of an article and used as a subheading or graphic feature

quote —— unquote in quote British & World English

Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating

quote —— unquote British & World English

Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating

quote someone/thing as in quote British & World English

Put forward or describe someone or something as being

the devil can quote scripture for his purpose in devil British & World English

People may conceal unworthy motives by reciting words that sound morally authoritative

the devil can quote scripture for his purpose British & World English

People may conceal unworthy motives by reciting words that sound morally authoritative

quote English Thesaurus

he quoted a sentence from a speech by Lord Denning

quote English-Spanish

citar

quote unquote English-Spanish

mal llamado

to ask for a quote in quote English-Spanish

pedir* un presupuesto

she said, and I quote … in quote English-Spanish

dijo, y lo repito textualmente …, sus palabras textuales fueron …

but don't quote me on that in quote English-Spanish

pero no estoy absolutamente seguro, pero no lo repitas

to quote Scott: 'are the rich different?' in quote English-Spanish

al decir de Scott: '¿los ricos son diferentes?'

she can quote from a wide range of writers in quote English-Spanish

se sabe (de memoria) citas de un gran número de escritores de todo tipo

I'll try to work that quote into the article in work English-Spanish

trataré de meter esa cita en el artículo