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Turkish translation of “quite”

quite

adverb
 
 
/kwaɪt/
NOT COMPLETELY UK A2 a little or a lot but not completely
bayağı, oldukça, epey
I'm quite tired, but I'm happy to walk a little further. He's quite attractive but not what I'd call gorgeous.Some and quite
VERY US very
çok, epeyce
My sister and I are quite different.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
COMPLETELY B1 completely
tam, tam olarak, tamamen
The two situations are quite different. Are you quite sure you want to go?Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressionsComplete and wholeVery and extreme
not quite B2 almost but not completely
tam değil, yeteri kadar olmayan; gerektiği gibi değil
I'm not quite sure that I understand this. He didn't get quite enough votes to win.AlmostMerely and barely
quite a bit/a few/a lot, etc A2 a large amount or number
oldukça, bir hayli, neredeyse tamamen
There are quite a few letters for you here. He's changed quite a bit.Large in number or quantity
(Definition of quite from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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