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Translation of "quite" - English-Spanish dictionary

quite

adverb   /kwaɪt/
A2 UK a little or a lot but not completely bastante I’m quite tired, but I’m happy to walk a little further.
quite a bit, a few, a lot, etc.
A2 a large amount or number bastante(s) There are quite a few letters for you here.
B1 completely completamente The two situations are quite different.
not quite
almost but not completely no del todo The colours almost match but not quite.
(Definition of quite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quite

adverb /kwait/
completely; entirely totalmente This is quite impossible.
fairly; rather; to a certain extent bastante It’s quite warm today He’s quite a good artist I quite like the idea.
see also quiet.
(Definition of quite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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