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quite good

This page is about the collocation quite good

collocation pattern: adverb + adjective


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.

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