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quite sure

This page is about the collocation quite sure

collocation pattern: adverb + adjective

Meaning

completely sure

For example

  • Are you quite sure you don't want to come?

  • I'm quite sure she'll be late. She's never on time.

Note:
Other collocations in which quite means "completely" include "quite certain", "quite right", "quite different", "quite amazing", etc.

Quick Quiz

I'm quite sure he's at the pub because

a. he's been there before

b. he's there quite often

c. he's always there

Contributor: Matt Errey