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quality

noun   /ˈkwɒl·ə·ti/
B1 [no plural] how good or bad something is calidad good/high quality The air quality in this area is terrible.
B1 [no plural] the fact of being very good or well made calidad I was impressed by the quality of her work.
( plural qualities) part of the character of someone or something cualidad Anthony has leadership qualities.
adjective   /ˈkwɒl·ə·ti/
B1 very good de calidad The apartment is furnished with quality furniture.
(Definition of quality from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quality

noun /ˈkwoləti/ ( plural qualities)
the extent to which something has features which are good or bad etc, especially features which are good calidad We produce several different qualities of paper We’re looking for quality rather than quantity (also adjective) quality goods.
some (usually good) feature which makes a person or thing special or noticeable cualidad Kindness is a human quality which everyone admires.
qualitative analysis noun
(chemistry) the analysis of a substance in order to discover the kinds of chemical constituents that are present in it análisis cualitativo a qualitative analysis of the solution.
(Definition of quality from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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