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quite good

This page is about the collocation quite good

collocation pattern: adverb + adjective

Meaning

fairly good

For example

  • Sales have been quite good, but they could always be better.

  • Timmy's test scores were quite good, but his father still got mad and said he was stupid.

Note:
Other collocations in which quite means "fairly" include "quite well", "quite difficult", "quite expensive", "quite nice", etc.

Quick Quiz

If a song's "quite good", it's

a. almost good enough

b. reasonably good

c. really good

Contributor: Matt Errey