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quote

noun [C]
 
 
/kwəʊt/ informal COMMERCE
a statement of how much a job, service, or product will cost: Most quotes are valid for a month. If you already have a UK medical policy, ask for a quote for offshore cover.a quote for (doing) sth The quotes for the building work varied from $15,000 to $70,000.
Translations of “quote”
in Korean 견적서…
in Arabic TRANS…
in Portuguese orçamento…
in Catalan pressupost…
in Japanese 見積もり, 見積価格…
in Italian preventivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) quotation 的非正式用法…
in Russian цитата…
in Turkish alıntı, aktarma, iktibas…
in Chinese (Simplified) quotation 的非正式用法…
in Polish cytat…
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