quite

[adv] - actually or truly or to an extreme 2. [adv] - of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative) 3. [adv] - to a degree (not used with a negative) 4. [adv] - to the greatest extent
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Quite

Quite (kwīt) transitive verb & i. See Quit . [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Quite

Quite (kwīt) adverb [ French quitte discharged, free, clear; confer Old French quitement freely, frankly, entirely. See Quit , adjective ] 1. Completely; wholly; entirely; totally; perfectly; as, the work is not quite done; the object...
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quite

adverb to a degree (not used with a negative); `quite tasty`; `quite soon`; `quite ill`; `quite rich`
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quite

quite an adverb of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative); `her victory was quite something`; `she`s quite a girl`; `quite a film`; `quite a walk`; `we`ve had quite an afternoon`
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Quite

• (a.) To a great extent or degree; very; very much; considerably. • (a.) Completely; wholly; entirely; totally; perfectly; as, the work is not quite done; the object is quite accomplished; to be quite mistaken. • (v. t. & i.) See Quit.
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quite

(from the article `bullfighting`) ...forceful charges of the horse, the matador assigned to this bull will rush into the ring, attracting the bull`s attention away from the picadors ...
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Quite

When used alone, this word means the same as absolutely!
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