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high quality

This page is about the collocation high quality

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

very good quality

For example

  • Their jewellery is expensive, but it's all high quality.

  • It's a cheap restaurant, but the quality of the food is much higher than you'd expect.

Note:
Similar collocations include "good quality" and "top quality", and collocations with the opposite meaning include "low quality" and "poor quality"

Quick Quiz

If a product is of "high quality", it is

a. difficult to use

b. made very well

c. advertised a lot

Contributor: Matt Errey