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quite a lot

This page is about the collocation quite a lot

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb

Meaning

quite often, or quite a large amount

For example

  • I play golf quite a lot now that I'm retired.

  • My wife's been spending quite a lot on clothes lately.

Note:
Also "quite a bit"

Quick Quiz

I've been working quite a lot this week because

a. there's lots to do

b. there's nothing to do

c. there's not a lot to do

Contributor: Matt Errey