quiteadverb

  • jaかなり、なかなか
  • enonly to a fairly significant extent or degree

Examples

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Look, it's just a little more complicated.
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Well, what? What? What is it?
3.
That she left you, that she likes women,
4.
that she left you for another woman that likes women?
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A little louder, okay?
6.
I think there's a man on the 12th floor in a coma who didn't quite hear you.
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You are quite a small cat.
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What I lack in size, I make up for in charm.
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It was amazing.
2.
They had this whole empty hospital to play around in.
3.
It was quite eerie at times.

Other meanings for quite...

quiteadverb

  • ja完全に
  • ento the utmost extent or degree, meaning absolutely or completely
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For as long as I can remember, I just wanted to do what was right.
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I guess I'm not quite sure what that is anymore.
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Because he's gay, Raymond has been put through hell by his colleagues,
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many of whom, quite frankly, look exactly like you.
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Terry looked disgusted, which means he has Hitchcock.
2.
Rosa didn't draw a name, nor did she put one in.
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She doesn't wanna participate.
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Never do.
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Hitchcock moves his mouth when he reads, and he quite clearly said Charles.
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I did get Charles.
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Scully has Amy.
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He's holding his paper name-side out.
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- Oh, he's good. - And I have Scully, which means Captain Holt has me.
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I'll be taking that gift card.
11.
Daddy loves nachos.
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- Should we draw the names again and leave Jake out? - Yeah!
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This is great.
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Suddenly security's real tight around here.
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You are just gonna lose it when you see what's going on in your house!
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You are really gonna blow your stack!
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The worst part of it is the disrespect to you.
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They are castrating you, quite frankly.
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I'm sorry, but that's what they're doing.
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They are cutting off your nads.
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Period, end of story.
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Very nice, Miss Mosley.
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Just put it over there on the extra credit table and we'll see if it's worth that A plus.
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Actually, I'm not quite done with it yet.
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Have to make a couple more improvements.
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For the brilliant mind of Detective Jacob Sherlock Peralta, I legally changed my name.
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It's quite simply elementary.
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Or, how about 20 million and you kids give me Christmas every year?
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Oh, come on. Mom, don’t make it like —
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I would like to come for Christmas.
4.
Sure.
5.
No, you never invite us.
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Well, that’s because you've made it quite clear you wouldn’t come.
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That was one time.
8.
That was several times.