high quality

This page is about the collocation high quality

collocation pattern: adjective + noun


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.

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